Disco legend Chaka Kahn opened up Secret Solstice 2017 on the Thursday. We went to Secret Solstice thinking that it would be three nights, and 72-hours of endless daylight but it was actually four nights and 96-hours of endless daylight. [Credit: Ben Orrell-Jones]
Grime is a sub-genre of hip-hop, and it is often said that it hasn't made it off the shores of the UK. But when Dave dropped his hit 100M's you'd be forgiven for thinking you were at a festival in London. [Credit: Ben Orrell-Jones]
Famously, Richard Ashcroft has a troubled relationship with The Verve's 1997 hit Bitter Sweet Symphony. But Ashcroft played his hit during a special moment as the Mancunian celebrated the 20th anniversary of the song with the crowd.
The Next Generation
Dave Grohl provided a special moment to the festival as he invited his daughter onto the stage to play the drums to the 20,000 strong crowd. Harper Grohl, aged 8, played Queen's We Will Rock You flawlessly with the rest of the band - a moment to remember. [Credit: Ben Orrell-Jones]
Back To Work
When Harper left the stage, her dad instantly reminded us where she got her talent from. Foo Fighters told stories and rocked the crowd like it was the last show they'd ever perform - but then again, they're famous for doing that. [Credit: Ben Orrell-Jones]
Calm Before The Storm
The atmosphere as seemingly the whole of Secret Solstice 2017 was waiting for The Prodigy was in stark contrast to what was about to happen. The only rain on the weekend set the scene, and the silence sounded like anticipation.
If you've seen The Prodigy before you'll know exactly why we refer to them as 'the storm'. Two hours of pure intensity, a performance Thor himself would have been proud of.
Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals started off one of the hottest hip-hop line-ups anywhere in Europe this summer. If you think Pacman looks happy here, that is probably because has just seen Sunday's line-up.
Secret Solstice showed just how much power it had to pull some of the biggest names in hip-hop to the island of Iceland.
Rick Ross reminded Iceland why he is 'da boss' as he closed the festival.