bestival2016saturday_016IN PICTURES: Even The Future cannot escape the wet weather as today (Saturday) proved when the rain clouds opened up on Robin Hill for Day 3 of Bestival 2016, although the rain didn’t dampen spirits for long.

The Main Stage was opened by festival staple Mr Motivator and soon after the legendary Chuckle Brothers, who certainly put a smile on the faces of the gathered crowds despite the driving rain and forming puddles.

bestival2016saturday_006Multi-platinum selling superstar Craig David (pictured right) welcomed sunshine to Bestival with an impressive DJ set on the Main Stage before revellers enjoyed performances from the likes of Ride and Wolf Alice.

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Over in the Amphitheatre, the Huffington Post presented a talk on Anxiety In Your 20s: How It’s Affecting More Women Than Ever. Chaired by Poorna Bell, Executive Editor for The Huffington Post UK and Global Lifestyle Head, the session addressed why an increasing number of young women are encountering anxiety in their twenties.

bestival2016saturday_047Poorna was joined by Jo Duncombe, co-founder of The Quarter Club and Persia Lawson, co-founder of Addictive Daughter, as they delved into topics such as perfectionism, drinking habits, peer pressure, the paradox of too much choice and the impact of social media, striving to come up with solutions to these very real issues.

Headliners The Cure (pictured left) returned to Bestival for the first time in 5 years with a 3-hour set. A fairly large audience gathered in the main arena to witness Robert Smith and co take to the Main Stage once more.

Island Echo are reporting live from Downend this weekend and our photographers are capturing each and every day through the lens…


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