Mark Ronson (DJ set) + A-Trak, and Jungle (DJ set) top the line-up's for Our House at both V Festivals which take place at Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex and Weston Park, Staffordshire over the weekend of Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd August 2015.
Our House is the sponsor Virgin Media's own area which this year offers mobile recharge points and free wifi for festival-goers.
They will be joining headliners Kasabian, and Calvin Harris. Also confirmed to appear are Sam Smith, Mark Ronson (DJ set), Example & DJ Wire (DJ set), Tove Lo, Maverick Sabre, Bleachers, Aston Merrygold, Scouting For Girls, Ellie Goulding, The Script, Hozier, George Ezra, Stereophonics, Paloma Faith, James Bay, Olly Murs, Chvrches, Imelda May, Kodaline, Ella Henderson, Nero, Reverend And The Makers, Courteeners, Marina and the Diamonds, The Proclaimers, Tom Jones, Labrinth, Jess Glynne, Andy C, The Kooks, Gregory Porter, Fuse ODG, Clean Bandit, Duke Dumont, Jessie Ware, Ella Eyre, Hannah Wants, Grandmaster Flash, and Annie Mac, plus many more to be announced.
Oliver Heldens, and Hannah Wants will take the headlining spots in the new Dance Tent over the weekend, accompanied by DJ Ez, MistaJam, Monki, My Nu Leng, Alex Adair, Sam Feldt, Philip George, Toddla T, Goldie, Moxie, and Marvin Humes presents Luvbug.
Many more acts will be announced in the coming weeks across 4 stages.
Tickets are priced at £189 for a weekend with camping, or £165 without camping, and £99 for a campervan pass. VIP options are also be available.
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