A spokesperson for the Isle Of Wight festival has confirmed that this weekend's festival will go ahead - despite the weather conditions which have threatened to ruin the event for thousands.
A spokesperson confirmed there were no planned changes to the event after early arrivers at this weekend's event being forced to sleep in their cars after torrential rain left the site car parks water logged.
Ferry services were forced to cancel journeys and 600 people were left stranded on ferries due to the build-up of traffic to the island. Traffic tailbacks stretched from the festival site to Fishbourne port and many waiting in queues were given shelter overnight in Newport football club.
In an interview with BBC Radio 4's Today programme, attendee Fiona Gregory spoke of the lack of information from festival organisers.
"I'm so upset. It's a complete disaster," she told the news programme. "On the island it has been a nightmare. There is no police, no diversion signs, nothing.
"Now we're about two miles away on a country lane and we have moved one mile in the last four hours."
A festival spokesperson advised festival goers not to travel to the festival by car and concerns have already been raised over festival-goers departing the event on Sunday.
"Believe you me, I am doing everything in my power and the police are telling me to do everything in my power, because they want an emergency plan from me by Sunday about how we are going to get people out," said promoter John Giddings.
Rock and roll legends such as Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty and Pearl Jam are among the big name bands set to perform at this weekends festival - if they can avoid the queues.
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