PICTURE GALLERY: The power of love kept the wet weather at bay as the sun shone down on Robin Hill today (Saturday) for Day Three of Bestival 2015, with the Summer of Love theme really shining through with the annual fancy dress party.
The highlight of the day for many was television legends the Chuckle Brothers who entertained the crowds in the packed-out Big Top earlier this afternoon. There was plenty of me-to-you action and Paul grabbed a selfie with the audience during their 20-minute set.
Over on the Main Stage the Isle of Wight’s very own Mark King dropped those iconic bass lines as Level 42 took to the stage with classic hits such as Running in the Family, Lessons in Love and The Sun Goes Down.
The sun hasn’t quite gone down just yet though… the fun continues throughout this evening with the likes of Annie Mac, The Chemical Brothers and Duke Dumont and into tomorrow when Missy Elliot brings the Main Stage to a close at 21:00 after The Jacksons take to the stage at 18:45.
Island Echo are reporting live from Downend this weekend and our photographers are capturing each and every day through the lens…