Rod Stewart is set to play a headline set at next summer's Isle Of Wight festival.
The legendary singer will help close the event, with Rod set to headline the festival's coveted Sunday night slot - following in the footsteps of Queen + Adam Lambert and Fleetwood Mac.
The rock icon is currently steering his From Gasoline Alley to Another Country Hits arena tour across the land, playing packed out shows the length and breadth of the country.
Set to play the Isle of Wight festival next summer, the singer joins Arcade Fire on the always eclectic bill.
Rod Stewart said: "I have been very lucky to have played many of the world's finest venues and festivals - but never played the legendary IOW Festival. I am so excited to put that right. June can't come round soon enough."
Isle of Wight Festival Promoter, John Giddings said: "I’ve wanted Rod Stewart to play at the festival for a number of years - he’s an incredible icon with a career that’s spanned over five decades so it’s impossible to not be a fan. On Sunday night he’ll bring an incredible energy to create an unforgettable moment."
Tickets are on sale now.
Isle Of Wight festival runs between June 8th - 11th.