Paolo Nutini has been announced as a special guest to Fleetwood Mac at Isle of Wight Festival in 2015, joining previously announced acts such as Pharrell and The Black Keys.
Paolo Nutini will be a special guest to Fleetwood Mac at the Isle of Wight Festival in 2015.
The 27-year-old musician is the latest act to join the line-up of the famous festival which will take place over the weekend of June 11-14 at Seaclose Park, and will join the iconic 'Dreams' singers to close the event on the Sunday evening.
The chart-topping singersongwriter released his third studio album, 'Caustic Love' in April, which spawned the single 'Scream (Funk My Life Up)', and is the fifth artist to be announced, following the revelation the recently reformed band - featuring Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Christine McVie and Lindsey Buckingham - would be performing.
Paolo also follows previously announced stars including 41-year-old 'Happy' hitmaker Pharrell who will appear at the festival.
While the headline performances for the event's Saturday evening are yet to be announced, The Prodigy and The Black Keys have been confirmed to perform on the Friday night.
In 2014, headline performances came from Kings of Leon, Biffy Clyro and Red Hot Chili Peppers, with Rudimental, Calvin Harris and The 1975 also featuring on the line-up.
Tickets to the event are now on sale, and available from www.isleofwightfestival.com.
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