Victorious Festival takes place from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th August (bank holiday weekend) once again on Southsea Seafront this year.
Friday is headlined by Madness, Stereophonics on Saturday, and Elbow on Sunday. Many more acts are also confirmed, including Jake Bugg, Franz Ferdinand, Feeder, Slaves, and many many more.
For the details so far please see the line-up page.
There's also a Kids Arena, with Mr Bloom, Peppa Pig and George, and more, including a range of activities for kids of all ages.
Multi-day tickets are sold out. Friday tickets are priced at £30. Saturday and Sunday tickets are priced at for £37 for either day. Car Parking tickets and children's tickets are also available.
Friday’s opening party will start at 6pm and close at 11pm. The event will include the Castle Stage, Real Ale Village, Southsea Castle and the Champagne Bar. There will be no kids area until Saturday.
Attendees of the event now in it's 6th year can expect a greater family emphasis with a circus tent up in the kids’ arena, and a big programme of children’s entertainment on offer.
Expect also a world music village with a full programme of activities and a street food market. There are also plans being worked up to widen the festival arena and bring in more walkways.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area. Alternatively...
New for 2017, there's an offsite camping facility at Portsdown Hill Campsite with free shuttle bus service. The campsite has port-a-loos, port-a-showers, campsite food stalls & traders. Prices for camping are:-
Adult 18+ Weekend Regular Camping (per person)- £49.50 (inc.booking fee)
Adult 18+ Weekend Family Camping (Per Person)- £49.50
5-17 Weekend Family Camping (Per Person)- £22.00
Under 5 Weekend Family Camping (per Person)- £1.00
Campsite Car Parking- £11.00
More information will be here when available.
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