|Friday - 5 to 12 yrs||£8.00 per person per day|
|Friday - Adult||£30.00 per person per day|
|Friday - Under 5's||£1.00 per person per day|
|Saturday - 5 to 12 yrs||£8.00 per person per day|
|Saturday - Adult||£40.00 per person per day|
|Saturday - Under 5's||£1.00 per person per day|
|Sunday - 5 to 12 yrs||£8.00 per person per day|
|Sunday - Adult||£40.00 per person per day|
|Sunday - Under 5's||£1.00 per person per day|
|Weekend - 5 to 12 yrs||£24.00 per ticket|
|Weekend - Standard Early Bird||£105.00 per ticket|
|Weekend - Under 5s||£3.00 per ticket|
Prices correct at the time of writing. See website for latest information and availability. Ticket upgrades for VIP and car parking available during booking - additional costs apply.
Victorious Festival 2020 has been cancelled in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. Keep hold of your tickets for entry into the 2021 festival, or head to the Victorious Festival website for details on refunds.
Your Common Stage headliners are here, with Ian Brown kicking things off on Friday, ahead of UK rap royalty The Streets, before Royal Blood bring matters to a close on the Sunday. Elsewhere there'll be sets from Chic and Nile Rodgers, Blossoms, Ran'n'Bone Man, The Kooks and Bombay Bicycle Club, as well as a festival return for Welsh legends Manic Street Preachers.
2019 saw some of the biggest names in music delight fans over the bank holiday weekend. Two Door Cinema Club got the Common Stage audience dancing with a host of indie disco hits new and old. They were joined on the opening night by 2-Tone legends The Specials - who brought out all the hits and polemic - as well as much-loved indie rockers Doves, making their comeback.
Rudimental topped the bill on Saturday, drawing a huge crowd to the Common Stage for their feel-good bangers. Over at the Castle Stage, meanwhile, Bloc Party rounded off a series of gigs commemorating their iconic debut Silent Alarm. They followed The Hives - as fun as ever - and Lewis Capaldi, who packed Castle Fields with about as many people as it could withstand.
The shebang was brought to a close on Sunday night with a headline performance from the truly legendary New Order. They treated the Common Stage audience to a host of their biggest hits, before dipping into some Joy Division classics for the encore. It was a poppier affair over at the Castle Stage, where Clean Bandit and their host of special guests played their chart-topping hits. Elsewhere throughout the day a sun-drenched crowd enjoyed sets from Plan B, The Vaccines and Ziggy Marley, among many others.
2020 will see the return of off-site camping at Farlington Fields, where campers can avail themselves of free and regular shuttle buses heading out and back to the main festival site quickly and efficiently.
If you're travelling into Portsmouth for Victorious Festival, why not stay a little longer, explore the area and see the other great things to do along the seafront?
- Victorious Festival 2018 highlights
Map & Directions
Victorious Festival offers on-site car parking right next to the entry point. This must be booked in advance via the ticketing website.
The campsite will also have sufficient parking, as well as the regular shuttle bus so festivalgoers needn't drive anywhere across the whole weekend.
As the festival aims to be as green as possible, it recommends travelling by other means where possible, as there are good public transport links, as well as secure bicycle storage.
Public Transport Directions
Festivalgoers are encouraged to be as green as possible, by walking, cycling or using public transport where possible to get to and from the festival. There will be secure bicycle storage at the site's entry points.
The nearest railway stations are Portsmouth and Southsea (1 mile), Portsmouth Harbour (1.2 miles). and Fratton (1.4 miles).
The hovercraft to and from Ryde on the Isle of Wight lands just outside of the festival site. The fastcat and some ferry services arrive at or near Portsmouth Harbour train station.
|Victorious Festival 2021 (27 Aug 2021 - 29 Aug 2021)|