Legendary rock band Queen have been announced as the headliners of next year's Isle of Wight Festival.
The band, who are currently celebrating their 40th anniversary of making music together, will be joined onstage by American singer Adam Lambert who has recently been touring with them.
Guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor said they were thrilled to be asked to take to the stage on Sunday night of the festival and paid homage to former frontman Freddie Mercury would have loved to have been a part of the experience if he were still alive.
Queen's headline performance, which is the first the Isle of Wight has revealed as part of it's 2016 lineup, will be the first time the band has performed at a UK music festival.
Previous headliners at the festival include The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Foo Fighters and Fleetwood Mac.