Victorious Festival is held on and around Castle Field in the beautiful seaside location of Southsea.
Southsea Seafront, Clarence Esplanade, Portsmouth, PO5 3PA
Saturday the 23th and Sunday the 24th of August 2014 – that’s the August Bank holiday weekend!
The event opens and 10am and closes a midnight on both days. Music will begin on the main stages at 10:30am.
Yes! There is plenty for everyone to enjoy, young and old. Please explore the website by clicking on the drawings at the top of the page to discover all of the great entertainment on offer at the festival.
We are committed to ensuring that disabled festival-goers can enjoy their time at Victorious Festival. We hope that the following information is helpful.
Disabled ticket holders are entitled to bring their carer to the event for free. All we ask is that on the day you have your blue badge or recent DLA letter and your ticket. Your carer will not need a separate ticket. Remember both guests will need photographic I.D – photo drivers license or passport – as per our standard terms and conditions (points 8. & 9.).
There will be designated viewing areas for you at the Main Stage, Second Stage and Acoustic Stage. Please note that these areas have limited capacity and will be subject to availability.
There will be at least one Disabled Toilet at each Toilet Block.
A dedicated disabled parking area will be available at the Clarence Esplanade Entrance – a pre-order form for this service will become available at a later date so please keep checking back for updates.
More information will become available closer to the event date.
Beware of unauthorised ticket agencies and touts (including EBay, Gumtree & Craigslist, Viagogo, Seatwave and Stubhub). They have not been supplied with tickets by the promoter and therefor there is a possibility you are may end up paying over the odds for a ticket that may not exist or might never materialise. Even the reputable auction sites have been known to let down customers at the last minute. All of our tickets have unique barcodes, and once used – cannot be used again.