BLACK Eyed Peas, Razorlight, You Me at Six and Sam Feldt are among the latest names revealed for the Isle of Wight Festival today.

A raft of artists have joined the line-up for the 2020 event, with something for everyone when it comes to genre.

On the main stage on Sunday will be Black Eyed Peas, James Vincent McMorrow, Seasick Steve and Megan McKenna, while in the Big Top there is Razorlight, New Rules and Balcony.

Gracing the main stage on Saturday will be All Saints, Lightning Seeds, Roachford, Rothwell and Asylums.

Saturday's Big Top will feature Sam Feldt, Maxïmo Park, Ella Henderson, Lyra and Dylan John Thomas.

Friday's line-up now includes You Me At Six, LONA, Joy Crookes, The Lathums, Donna Missal and Rebecca Hurn.

Thursday's opening night has seen FooR, Natasha Bedingfield and Are You Experienced? (Jimi Hendrix tribute) added to the bill.

These acts join previously announced 2020 headliners Lionel Richie, Lewis Capaldi, Snow Patrol, Chemical Brothers and Duran Duran with Big Top headliners Happy Mondays,

Primal Scream and Kaiser Chiefs.

Other acts already announced across the weekend include special guest Pete Tong (presents Ibiza Classics), Becky Hill, Sam Fender, James Arthur, Supergrass, Dido, Sigma (DJ set), Shed Seven, Example, Maisie Peters, The Manor and JC Stewart.

The UK’s oldest festival, first held in 1968, celebrates the 50th anniversary of the iconic 1970 festival this year .

Tickets are on sale now.

Girl band royalty All Saints join the line-up, bringing with them era-defining classics such as Never Ever, I Know Where It’s At and Pure Shores. One of the most successful pop groups of the 90s, they sold over 12 million records worldwide, had two multi-platinum albums, won BRIT Awards and multiple Number 1 singles. The four-piece are sure to deliver a set that celebrates their 20+ years of pop stardom.

Black Eyed Peas were blurring genre lines long before it became commonplace, pioneering an unprecedented global hybrid of hip-hop, pop, electro, and world as early as 1995. The Los Angeles trio of, and Taboo maximise the momentum of a legendary career earmarked by making history, breaking records, and raising the bar yet again in 2020 and beyond.

Singer-songwriter Ella Henderson has had an incredible career thus far, turning sixth place on The X Factor into worldwide smash Ghost and collaborations with Sigala (We Got Love) and Jax Jones (This Is Real) - her career has gone from strength to strength. With a new album currently in the works, she joins the line-up and aims to deliver the ultimate summer vibe.

FooR took the UK bass scene by storm in 2018 with their album Friends Of FooR smashing into the Top 10 of the Official UK Dance Charts. The album featured 18 of their productions with a raft of UK vocal and production talent including Jaguar Skills, Lisa Maffia, Majestic, Bassboy and more contributing. The album gained critical acclaim and led to their UK and European tour selling out.

Lightning Seeds’ Ian Broudie originally emerged onto the music scene in the late seventies to enjoy a career which has seen everything from post-punk tendencies to the roaring football anthem Three Lions, which has reached Number 1 on three separate occasions since its original release in 1996. Currently on tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of their seminal album Jollification, the band will bring their outstanding catalogue to the festival this June.

Winner of The X Factor: Celebrity, Megan McKenna brings her beautiful, self-penned songs to the festival stage for the first time. Megan was one of two contestants in X Factor history to perform original songs and week-by-week she took the nation by storm and was eventually crowned winner. Her wiry vocals, soft yet powerful sound and alluring stage presence did not go amiss, seeing her sail through each week of the competition with ease.

British pop star Natasha Bedingfield’s blend of early noughties pop R’n’B earned her a GRAMMY nomination, mega TV syncs and fans on both sides of the pond. Having spent some time writing for other artists she returned in 2019 with new music and she’ll bring her modern pop classics to the Island this summer.

Formed initially amidst the aftermath of the Britpop era during the early 2000s, indie rock icons Razorlight have seemed to be ever present in public consciousness. Debut album Up All Night perfectly encapsulated the East London sweatbox venue scene that the band were so familiar with, whilst the follow-up, which featured lead singles In The Morning and America, catapulted them to international stardom.

Producer Sam Feldt (live) began his career at a very young age, aided by being born into a musical household. Following a six month internship on the Caribbean island of Curacao, he was introduced to the tropical house sound he is now famous for perfecting. Characterised by the heavy use of vocals and live instruments, Sam’s music is warm and intimate, and lends itself especially well to true live performances.

Over a decade since their inception, You Me At Six continue to assert themselves as one of the most relevant rock bands the UK has to offer. With four Gold records and five Top Ten albums in the UK, an unparalleled 15 consecutive A-List singles on BBC Radio 1, and multiple sold-out UK and US headline tours, the band are assured heavyweights in the live arena consistently met with phenomenal demand.