Stereophonics and Faithless will share the top spot on 10th June.
The pair join the recently announced Sunday headliners, making their UK festival debut, Queen and Adam Lambert.
Stereophonics frontman, Kelly Jones who has scored another number one album this year with ‘Keep The Village Alive’ talked about his excitement; “I love playing the Isle Of Wight Festival. I got to steer the boat over last time. Captain of the ship and honked the horn! Only the captain gets to honk the horn”.
Faithless backed up the excitement. “We cant wait to return to play such an iconic festival for the second time. We were proud to be part of its relaunch in 2005 and it’s an absolute pleasure to be invited back.”
2016 will mark the 15th anniversary of The Isle of Wight Festival since it was successfully relaunched in 2002.
Check out Sterephonics’ video for their recently released ‘I Wanna Get Lost With You’