The Scissor Sisters are headlining the last major music festival of the summer, Bestival, on the Isle of Wight this weekend.
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The New York disco group are joined on the bill by the Pet Shop Boys and singer Lily Allen.
Guillemots and Hot Chip - who were both nominated for the Mercury Prize - are also playing.
More than 15,000 people are at the event on the island's Robin Hill Country Park.
The line-up for Bestival was chosen by BBC Radio 1 DJ Rob Da Bank, who will himself perform at the event.
Other DJs joining him include Sasha and Carl Cox.
In addition to the music, Bestival features an inflatable church - in which mock weddings can be staged - and a solar-powered cinema. There will also be a cabaret in a Big Top.
But the festival's original circus theme was dropped after there were complaints from people suffering from a fear of clowns.
"No clowns please," said a spokesman.
"All other silly attire positively encouraged though and you can still come in a non-clown circus costume if you want to."
The festival runs from Friday to Sunday.