The Police rounded off this year's Isle of Wight festival with Kaiser Chiefs and the Sex Pistols topping the bill on the Friday and Saturday nights.
By Sarah Jane Griffiths
Newsbeat entertainment reporter
The Kooks frontman Luke Pritchard sports a new butterfly tattoo
The Kooks, The Wombats and The Enemy played too.
N.E.R.D almost didn't make it.
Apparently they thought the Isle of Wight was somewhere near Scotland.
The Wombats were up later and the conducted a mass sing-along to their own tracks, performed an acoustic set and DJ'd too.
Headlining on Saturday night were the Sex Pistols.
It was touch and go for Ian Brown, who needed stitches in his head after falling off stage at a gig the night before.
Joining him on Saturday were Kate Nash, the Sugababes, and the Zutons who weren't all that impressed with headliners Sex Pistols.
They said: "We're not down with Johnny going on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
"He's meant to be Mr Rebellious but he's as bad a Cannon & Ball and Jordon now but at least Jordan's honest about it."
The rain held off all weekend and there was scorching hot sunshine on Saturday afternoon for The Cribs.
But Gary from the band said there were some downsides to that.
The Cribs were seventh on Saturday on the festival's main stage
He said: "It's the photos of me with my eyes screwed up.
"They'll be like the photos of me in the future when I'm a washed up 50-year-old with crows feet."
The Cribs were on stage just before frontman Ryan Jarman's girlfriend Kate Nash.
But Ryan's twin Gary and brother Ross were keen to point out they weren't supporting her.
They said: "There's a very fine line in the relationship of a brother and his girlfriend and that would upset the apple cart a little bit."