By Chief Reporter
See all photos images
SEACLOSE Park shimmered with gold yesterday (Saturday) as Isle of Wight Festival revellers embraced the event's 50th anniversary spirit.
From gold beards and body paint to fancy dress, there were some incredible outfits on show for the festival's golden anniversary celebrations, marking fifty years since the first Isle of Wight Festival at Ford Farm, Whitwell, in 1968.
A huge crowd flocked to watch Depeche Mode, who headlined the Main Stage. The electro pioneers gave a masterful performance, with highlights including the spine-tingling Personal Jesus.
Liam Gallagher treated fans to a set packed with Oasis favourites, playing Supersonic, (What's the Story) Morning Glory, Wonderwall and Live Forever alongside solo tracks including Wall of Glass and Greedy Soul.
Earlier in the day Jessie J, Kodaline, Blossoms and James Bay played the Main Stage, where footballer Peter Crouch also made an appearance, kicking footballs into the crowd.
Jessie J closed her set with Price Tag, declaring: "I dream I'll be singing this song in Vegas when I'm 90, still wearing a catsuit, living my best life."
Pop star Louise and soul ledgends Soul II Soul were among the acts to play the Big Top.
The party continues today (Sunday) with The Killers, Manic Street Preachers and Van Morrison on the Main Stage, Travis headlining the Big Top, and top Isle of Wight talent in the Kashmir Cafe. Don't forget to check out the Electro Love and Cirque de la Quirk stages too.
Follow the County Press on Twitter and Facebook for news, photos and interviews throughout the day, and make sure you send in your own festival photos for our special souvenir supplement.
Get involved with the news in your community
Tory burch resort 2018 collection
Newshautelinks 9 5 13
Nice picture bed room 2018
Friendship bracelets hearts 2018
Inner beauty quotes tattoos 2018
Dark blue and black hairstyles 2018
Brown hair with green underneath 2018