over 170 more names for Portsmouth's Victorious Festival

Bemis, Marley Blandford, Great Scott, Richard Morris, Me And The Moon, & many more

published: Wed 13th Jul 2016

Bemis

Saturday 27th to Sunday 28th August 2016
Southsea Seafront, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO5 3PA, England MAP
£30 per day, £7 kids, under 5s £1
daily capacity: 60000
last updated: Wed 13th Jul 2016

With the announcement of the stage splits for Victorious Festival over 170 more acts have been added to the line-up appearing on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August (bank holiday weekend) at Portsmouth's Southsea Common.

The latest names include Bemis, Marley BlandfordGreat Scott, Richard Morris, Me And The Moon, Bear & the Woods, The Turner Brothers, Offbeat Offensive, The Silhouettes, Southsea Alternative Choir, Mayfield, Kojak's Revenge, Urban Vocal Group, Funky Little Choir, Lee Rogers, LST, Rony Trio, Jimmi And The Jaffa cakes, John Adams, Paddy Taylor, Sam McCarthy, Brothers And Sisters, Lily Garland, It Must Be Madness, Winachi Tribe, Fleetingwood Mac, The Fliks, Emptifish, Four Folds Law, Murdoc, Novellas, Crown Of Thieves, Veludo Planes, The Diamond Age, Iolar, Jazz Wrann & The Ruby Welts, The Bootlegs, Just Millie, Brooklyn Lammiman, The Mantic Muddlers, Andy Muscat, Jack Francis, Beth Blue, The Explorers, Djembe Explosion, DJ Dilshad, Rock A Toons, Black Kat Boppers, Back Water Roll Blues Band, Steel Strum, Big Love Soul, Live Lounge Project, Hometown Show, Josh Savage, Smiley Campbell Band, Heir Of The Dog, Calaveras, Southerlies, Aubrey Small, Trouble County, and Hollowed Hour.

Also confirmed are Steve Young Duo, Amy, The Vinalls, Daniel Kemish, Mike Keating, Tom Bertram, Frankie & Glo, Carlton James, Mark Handley, Emma Lawrence & Sam Gould, Alfie Horne, The Cold Heart Revue, Paul Dillon, Kyran Smith, Chinese Traditional Dance Troupe, Djanan Turan, Emiliyah and The Mightyz All Stars's Big Noize & Street Force Academy Of Future Stars, Latin Dance Explosion, Los Hombres Inglese, Southsea Skiffle Orchestra, Melt Dunes, Clayton Strange, Mr Big Stuff, Strumpet Town, Skadogs, The Rising, The Devotions, Blackfoot Circle, The Tribe, Paves, Rock Choir, Underground Pilots, and Kingz Of Leon.

The line-up also features Mirage, Mary Jane, The Folsom, Dicey Riley, Jay J Music, Nathalie Gunn, Devin-Jade, Sophie Darling, Parv, Matt McGowan, Electric Eden, The Wild Claims, Derdiedas, Ade Cull, Jonny Bell, Kelly Woods, David Coslett & Sionj Music, Andy Foster, Billy Gregory, Och, Archie Langley & Aaron McMullen, Lennon Taylor, Josh And Daisy, The High Wire Act, Isa Bell, Phil Cooper, Kelly Kemp, Zina Jaza, Lewis Brown, Lucky 13, Sigma Falls, Jack Evans, Alice Milburn, Daniel Kemish, Katy Grace, Alistair Goodwin, Maddy Gardiner, Ben Brookes, Andy Comley, Southern Train, Jamian Who, Lewis Smith, Nomura, Beth Oliver Band, Daniel Kemish, Kayleigh Middleton, Number 9, Brandon Lebbie, Alfie Horne, Cali Curlz, Alan Reid, Waif & Stray, Katie Louise Ball, Sam Sweetman, Stefano Nicolello, Friends Of Friends, Ayse Nichelle, Lewis Bennett, Alex Higgins, Foxer, Skin For A Canvas, Tom Martin, The Machete, Polly Money, Phil Cooper, Winters Hill, Scott Freeman, Livvy, Harry Jordan, Josh Tremain, Ben Harvey, Crxsses, Hanna Doswell, Sean Parker, Jamin, and Devin-Jade.

They join Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Manic Street Preachers, Mark Ronson, Levellers, Ash, The Coral, Travis, Editors, Boomtown Rats, The Horrors, Will Young, Wolfmother, Milky Chance, Pretty Vicious, Rat Boy, Raleigh Ritchie, Izzy Bizu, Sound of the Sirens, Rocky Nti, Lauren Aquilina, JP Cooper, Dagny, Samm Henshaw, Jack Savoretti, Space, Echo and the Bunnymen, Will Young, The Selecter, and Emmy the Great. There are many more acts to be announced with more than 100 local acts expected to perform once again on the festival’s seaside stage with views of the Solent.

For the line-up details, stage and day splits, as available see the Victorious Festival line-up page.

The World Music Village will also host the People's Lounge, a space for collaboration, imagination and the open exchange of ideas to flourish. This creative and alternative enclave will display and celebrate Portsmouth's diverse local talent. For those who want to chill, hang out and experience something new, this is the perfect spot.again on the festival’s seaside stage with views of the Solent

There will also be the World Music Village flea market where there will be an array of goods to purchase. Plus Henna, hair braiding and accessories, cuisine from around the world including Brazilian crepes, Jamaican jerk chicken, pure coconut juice, patties and much more.

As ever, all the activities in the Kid’s Arena are totally free and Victorious tickets will also allow you access to Southsea Castle, The Blue Reef Aquarium, The D Day Museum and Southsea Skate Park.

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Tickets are priced at £30 per day for adults, £7 kids aged 5-15 years, and £1 for children aged under 5 years.



Saturday 27th to Sunday 28th August 2016
Southsea Seafront, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO5 3PA, England MAP
£30 per day, £7 kids, under 5s £1
daily capacity: 60000
last updated: Wed 13th Jul 2016


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