Neil Young will headline the U.K.'s Isle Of Wight Festival, closing the event on Sunday, June 14.

Young is also strongly rumored to be the final headline act to be confirmed for Glastonbury Festival, held June 24 to 28, alongside U.K. rock act Blur and Bruce Springsteen.

Dance act the Prodigy headline the Isle of Wight Festival on the opening Friday night, while British indie-rock bands Stereophonics and Razorlight are co-headliners on the Saturday.

John Giddings, founder of the Solo Agency and organizer of the Isle Of Wight Festival, said in a statement: "I have tried every year since we restarted the event to book Neil Young. His music is part of my life and has inspired generations ever since. I'm sure that his performance will be talked about for years to come".

The festival originally ran from 1968 to 1970 and was revived by Giddings in 2002.

Other acts confirmed for the event include the Ting Tings, Pendulum and the Charlatans.