Isle of Wight, September 8th 2012. New Order brought day two of Bestival to a close with a headline set dedicated to former Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis.
The Manchester band, led by Bernard Sumner, treated festival goers to a hit-laden set including the classic 'Blue Monday'. Ending the set by declaring his love for Bestival, Sumner dedicated the set to, "Ian [Curtis] and all festivals everywhere"
Elsewhere on the bill there were performances from Two Door Cinema Club, Earth Wind & Fire, Sister Sledge and many more.
Bestival concludes today with Stevie Wonder closing the three day festival with a headline set.
Check out photos of Bestival, day two right now with our gallery.
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