Bruce Springsteen closed the main stage at the festival, with a mammoth 2 hours and 45 minute set, that had the arena packed full.
‘The Boss’ came on stage 10 minutes late, but with all the pomp and bluster that you’d hope for.
He winced, strode, swayed and shook his hips all the way through an extraordinary set that included everything from ‘Shackled and Drawn’ to ‘Born In The USA’.
Springsteen swept everyone away with his performance, and captured the crowds attention as he swaggered off stage and along the barriers.
Following a rainy Friday (June 22), this year's Isle Of Wight fearured headline performances from Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers and rockers Pearl Jam.
The Darkness closed the festival playing at the ‘Big Top’ till midnight, and as to be expected Justin Hawkins and co. were nothing but extravagant, and entertaining.
Playing classic songs including ‘Growing on me’, ‘Black Shuck’ and ‘Get Your Hands Off My Woman’.
EntertainmentWise, had a great time at Isle of Wight 2012...here's till next year!
Bruce Springsteen Rocks Manchester