The Slow Readers Club lead the latest acts confirmed on the line-up at Victorious Festival which takes place on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August (bank holiday weekend) at Portsmouth's Southsea Common.
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, 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.
Tickets are priced at £30 per day for adults, £7 kids aged 5-15 years, and £1 for children aged under 5 years.
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