Isle of Wight Festival has announced its four headliners for 2023 at Seaclose Park in June.
Tickets for the festival, which is due to take place between 15 and 18 June 2023 can be purchased here.
Pulp, who announced their comeback last week, will perform on the Friday night as part of their first live performances in a decade.
The Jarvis Cocker fronted band will also be headlining Latitude Festival and are rumoured for a slot at Glastonbury.
Ezra is set to top the Saturday night before The Chemical Brothers take over to deliver some dance tunes to close the evening.
Williams, who is making his Isle of Wight debut, will headline the third and final night on the Sunday.
Commenting on headlining the festival, Williams said: “There is something magic about a British festival … us Brits know how to bring the energy. I am thrilled to be headlining the iconic Isle of Wight Festival, it’s a real honour. I can’t wait."
A number of other artists have also been confirmed for the festival including the reunited Sugababes, Eurovision star Sam Ryder and the legendary Blondie.
Pop group One Republic, The Human League and James Bay are also billed to appear as is One Direction's Niall Horan, Anne-Marie and Ella Henderson.
This year's event, which was only the second since 2019 after the Covid-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the 2020 edition, was headlined by Kasabian, Muse and Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi.
The cancelled 2020 festival was originally supposed to feature Duran Duran, Lionel Richie and Snow Patrol. Richie and Snow Patrol later performed at the festival in 2021.
Other noteworthy headliners since the festival's inception in 1968 include Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and The Who.
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