Popular Isle of Wight 'locals' tent, Kashmir Cafe, has unveiled its Isle of Wight Festival acts and Swedish folk is on the bill, while a member of Blur has been added to the Big Top line-up.

The Kashmir Cafe is a fan-favourite stage which promotes music from around the Island and beyond, serves cherry beer and supports Quay Arts.

This year, the volunteer-run stage will be headlined by high-energy Swedish folk trio, Baskery, who you may have previously seen at Quay Arts and Rhythmtree. If you missed them, we urge you to seek them out, this time around.

Also headlining are one-man-band Funke and the Two Tone Baby, as well as reggae groups Captain Accident and the Disasters, and The Ohmz.

Mr. B The Gentleman Rhymer, best known for his ‘chap hop’ genre and banjolele will be a special guest.

Mouth, featuring members of Plastic Mermaids, and Ugly Ozo, who supported fellow Isle of Wight singer Lauran Hibberd around the UK, will also appear in the Kashmir Cafe.

Alongside them, there will be a host of Island musicians.

Meanwhile, the Isle of Wight Festival has announced former footballer Peter Crouch will be recording his podcast live in the Big Top, after the England vs Denmark game, on Thursday, June 20.

Also appearing in the Big Top will be The Waeve, with Graham Coxon from Blur and YouTuber Noahfinnce. 

Taking place from June 20 to 23, at Seaclose Park in Newport, the Isle of Wight Festival will be headlined by The Prodigy, Pet Shop Boys and Green Day.