Ending the summer in true festival style, organisers of The Isle of Wight Festival teamed up with Variety to host a reunion gig at Koko London in Camden.

Filled with die hard fans including Abbey Clancy, Peter Crouch and Jessie Wallace, the successful gig which housed up to 1000 guests showcased the likes of festival headliners The Struts, James Walsh, The Carnabys, Little Eye, The Soho Hobo, King Eider and Skinny Living. Soaking up the festival vibes, hosts BBC London’s Gaby Roslin and Capital FM’s Greg Burns were able to get the crowds rocking out to the fantastic music festival.

Isle of Wight Festival organiser John Giddings said:

“Being able to re-unite with the bands and hosting it all over again has been brilliant. We’re all here together to support this amazing children’s charity who work with thousands of sick, disabled or disadvantaged children and young people every day. Let’s hope the Isle of Wight Festival Reunion 2015 in aid of Variety is going to be even bigger!”

In addition to the event, Variety launched its brand new t-shirt campaign ‘I love a bit of Variety’ which will be available soon on the website.

A big thanks to everyone who donated their time especially all the Bands, crew, Dominos Pizza’s, Asahi Beer, JJ Food Service Ltd and everyone else who was able to make the event such a great night!