Where is Victorious Festival
Victorious Festival is held at The portsmouth historic dockyard, Hampshire.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
Victory Gate, HM Naval Base,
Portsmouth PO1 3LJ.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is located within Portsmouth Naval Base with entry through Victory Gate at the corner of Queen Street and the Hard.
When is the Festival?
Saturday the 24th and Sunday the 25th of August 2013
The event opens at 10 am and closes at 12 midnight on both days.
Music will start on the main stages at 10:30am on both days.
Is the event family friendly?
Yes, there is plenty for everyone to enjoy, please explore the website to discover all the great entertainments on offer throughout the day for the whole family.
What can I expect to experience at this event?
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard attractions, loads of free kids attractions, live music, boutique market, bars, catering, Real Ale Festival and entertainment.
Can I visit attractions at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard whilst I am here?
Yes entry to; HMS Victory, HMS Warrior 1860, The Mary Rose, National Museum of the Royal Navy, Actions Stations and Harbour Tours are included in your ticket. Entry to all of our attractions are subject to availability and queuing may be likely.
The ATTRACTIONS ARE OPEN FROM 10am – 5:30pm (last entry, 5:00pm)
How do I get to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard?
The festival will be fully signposted over the event weekend but here is a little more information on traveling to and fom the event.
The Historic Dockyard is less than 5 miles from Junction 12 of the M27. Follow the brown Historic Waterfront signs from the M275 into Portsmouth. There are a number of local car parks all within 5 minutes walk.
Great Value Park and Ride on Saturdays!
A Park and Ride service operates every Saturday between Lakeside North Harbour (signposted from Junction 12 of the M27), the City Centre and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard/Gunwharf Quays. Park all day for just £2.50 per car and up to 7 passengers and jump on the park and ride bus to The Hard – a 2 minute walk from our entrance! The first bus departs Lakeside at 9am and the last bus leaves The Hard at 6pm.
If you are heading here by train, the nearest station is Portsmouth Harbour. The station is right next to the event site.
Buses and Coaches also operate from Portsmouth Harbour – making these great travel options too! Sometimes this area is also called The Hard or The Hard Interchange.
The Festival is in a Dockyard after all!
Ferry services operate from France, Spain, the Isle of Wight and Gosport on a regular basis.
- WIGHTlink ferries are now offering a late night service with sailings at 11pm, 1am, and 3am on the saturday and sunday!
Where should I stay?
There is no camping at the festival this year but there are loads of great hotels in and around Portsmouth for all budgets.
There are also a few local campsites for those of you who prefer the great outdoors
Harbour Side Caravan and Camping Site
Eastern Road, Portsmouth, PO3 6QD
For further event information including health and safety please refer to our faq’s link below: