The opening day of the four-day event was yesterday hampered by heavy rain and storms.
It rendered the venue a mud bath, with revellers seen swarming the venue in with their wellies planted deep into mud.
But today, the sun finally came out to the joy of festival-goers at Seaclose Park, Newport.
In one snap, one attendee was seen wearing a sparkly bikini top and shorts with knee-high brown boots.
In another, a fellow party-goer is seen with a leopard-print onesie as she swigs booze with pals.
Today, the festival has Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Lily Allen and The Courteeners on its line-up.
Then on Sunday, the festival’s final day, Biffy Clyro, Madness and Richard Ashcroft are among acts playing.
Friendly Fires will also be at the Big Top.
According to BBC weather, tomorrow will be clear apart from rain forecast between 3pm and 5pm.
But on the final day, the sun will be out as the island reaches temperatures of around 16C.
Other acts over the next two days include Anne-Marie, Electric Enemy and Garbage.
There will also be performances from Tom Walker, Keane and The Coral.