The Sugarhill Gang, MK, Moxie Raia, Bebe Rexha, The Main Level, Jodie Abacus, KStewart, and Ady Suleiman have been announced for both of the twin V Festivals taking place at Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex and Weston Park, Staffordshire over the weekend of Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st August 2016.
They join headliners Justin Bieber, and Rihanna. Also confirmed to appear are Sia, David Guetta, Faithless, Kaiser Chiefs, Bastille, Little Mix, Jess Glynne, Jake Bugg, Lukas Graham, Years And Years, Rita Ora, Halsey, Tinie Tempah, Example, Craig David, Katy B, Travis, DJ Ez, Sigma (DJ Set), James Morrison, John Newman, Troye Sivan, All Saints, Fleur East, Big Sean, Soul II Soul, Flight Facilities, Foxes, Lethal Bizzle, DNCE, Walking On Cars, Gorgon City, Wilkinson (DJ-set), Kurupt FM, MistaJam, Monki, My Nu Leng, Jonas Blue, Lightning Seeds, JoJo, Bibi Bourelly, Angel, Rick Astley, Mike Posner, Zara Larsson, Tchami, Blonde, Philip George, Low Steppa, Icarus, and Tom Zanetti & K.O. Kane. Plus more to be announced across 4 stages.
Many more acts will be announced in the coming weeks across 4 stages, plus the line-up for the Glee Club Comedy Tent.
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.
Registered disabled customers are permitted to one helper free of charge, if you need more than one helper please purchase a second ticket for that person. (The second helper may not gain access to the viewing platforms)
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