Victorious Festival (23-25 August ’19) – the UK’s biggest metropolitan festival –today announced an incredible host of additional artist to an already stellar line-up, further cementing its status as one of the biggest genre-spanning festivals the UK has to offer.
Plan B has just been added to the Sunday bill and nineties pop sensations, All Saints, have just been named as additions to the Saturday line-up. Their five Number One singles and wealth of material from an amazing back catalogue means their set is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
Fantastic Indie-rockers Idlewild are also a welcome addition to the Victorious line-up. H
Other confirmed additions across the weekend include exciting up and coming, unsigned and self-releasing artists and include singer-songwriter Miles Hunt and Erica from The
Wonder Stuff, famously unsigned Jerry Williams, The Snuts, Laurel, Alice Jemima, Plastic Mermaids, Alex Francis, Kawala, AK Patterson, and Bessie Turner.
Festival director, Andy Marsh has said, “We’ve worked tirelessly this year to ensure our line- up caters for all tastes and we truly believe we’ve hit all the key points from the musical spectrum.
“Adding these amazing artists to the line-up we’ve already announced with bands like The Specials, New Order, Bloc Party, Clean Bandit and The Vaccines not to mention unbelievable pop acts like Rudimental and Two Door Cinema Club, it’s safe to say Victorious has got to be the most exciting, most diverse festival programme anywhere this summer.”
Held in the picturesque seaside location of Southsea overlooking the Solent, Victorious Festival is the ultimate family friendly experience.
Revellers can expect an eclectic mix of live music and DJ performances, from some of the biggest names in the music industry, as well as a medley of locally sourced food markets and ale stalls, an arts and craft marketplace, a jam-packed kids arena hosting themed games, live performances and much, much more.
With Friday tickets available from £30* and Saturday and Sunday at £35* a day Victorious Festival continues to be one of the best value festivals in the UK.