The Black Keys, Prodigy and Pharrell added to Isle Of Wight Festival line-up

After the shock announcement earlier this week that Fleetwood Mac would be headlining the Isle Of Wight Festival 2015, another three huge names have now been added to next year's event.

The Black Keys (pictured) and The Prodigy have been announced as co-headliners for the Friday night slot, with Pharrell Williams confirmed but with no set placing on the bill yet.

Speaking about the new bookings, festival organiser John Giddings explained, "With a brand new album coming out next year it’s great to welcome The Prodigy back to The Isle of Wight Festival – they never fail to deliver and are one of the best live acts around. We’re all big fans of The Black Keys and their live show is phenomenal, I know they’re going to go down well with the crowds. And of course man of the moment Pharrell Williams, this just continues to reaffirm him as one of music’s most exciting and crowd-pleasing artists around.”

Tickets for the festival go on sale from the 5th December at 9am. The Isle Of Wight Festival 2015 will take place at Seaclose Park, Newport from the 11th-14th June.

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