The ageing rocker – who recently apologised for mimicking an ISIS beheading in Abu Dhabi – will perform at the annual music festival along with Arcade Fire, Run DMC and David Guetta.
Kaiser Chiefs, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Bastille and Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, George Ezra, The Pretenders, Zara Larsson, Clean Bandit, The Kooks, The Vamps and The Amazons are also some the top names on the line-up.
Razorlight, Melanie C, Imelda May and Scouting For Girls will also perform.
Isle Of Wight is the first major UK festival the year and the revamped version the music event has been running since 2002.
Here’s everything you need to know…
Where and when is Isle Wight Festival?
It takes place at Seaclose Park on the Isle Wight from Thursday June 8 to Sunday June 11.
How much are tickets?
Day tickets start from £60 and full weekend tickets start from £145. Find out more ticket details here.
Where do I sleep?
There’s a wide range camping options available on site, from bringing your own tent to Yurts, tipis, podpads and snooze boxes.
Where can I find out more details?
Go to the Isle Wight Festival website for more information