Victorious Festival is held on The Common and Castle Field in the beautiful seaside location of Southsea, Portsmouth.
See our Getting Here page for information on traveling to the event.
Opening Times & Re-Entry Rules
WHEN IS VICTORIOUS?
August Bank Holiday Weekend 2021
- Friday 27th August 2021
- Saturday 28th August 2021
- Sunday 29th August 2021
Friday opens at 1pm and closes at 11pm.
No entry or re-entry after 8pm.
- Saturday & Sunday
- On Saturday and Sunday the event opens at 10am and closes at 11pm both days.
No entry or re-entry after 8pm.
Please note if you leave and re-enter, you will need to queue up and be searched again.
I.D. Requirements can be found here.
AT THE EVENT
Lost property is located at the welfare tent by the Kids Arena. Please take any lost property you find to them or visit them if you’ve lost something.
Please click here to find out more about our disabled access facilities.
Seafront Attractions Opening & Closing Times
Please check with individual seafront attractions for participation, opening & closing times of these attractions.
There will be cash points located around the festival site and our main bars will be accepting contactless and card payments. Please note, some of our bars are card only.
Food and Drink Rules
Food and drink is prohibited except for baby food and an empty water vessel.
You may use the empty water vessel or a factory-sealed water bottle to fill up at the free drinking water points located across the site.
Please note, glass is not permitted.
There will be a huge variety of food and drink outlets available at the event. If you have any dietary/medical requirements please click here and scroll down to ‘Extenuating Circumstances’ for more information.
Baby changing facilities, Buggies and Carts
Victorious prides itself in being a family-friendly festival and our huge free kids arena also includes a fantastic baby change area.
Buggies are absolutely welcome on-site as are pull-along kids carts.
Guide Dogs and other animals
Guide/Assistance dogs are permitted, but no other animals are allowed on site.
Premium Tickets & VIP
For information on our Premium Upgrade Bolt on tickets click here.
Camping chairs, similar seating and inflatables will not be permitted on site. There will be plenty of seating areas at the event. If it is medical necessity for you to bring a seat please click here and scroll down to ‘Extenuating Circumstances’ for more information.
Group & staff discounts
Standard ticket pricing terms and conditions apply to everyone. The earlier you buy, the cheaper the ticket price.
To help everybody stay well hydrated, we have multiple free drinking points around the Victorious Festival site and free water will be available at all main bars.
You can bring an empty water vessel/flask in with you to fill up at the event.
Please note glass is not permitted.
Media, Cameras & Recordings
We allow amateur cameras to be brought onto the site for taking film recordings and photos for personal use but we do ask no tri-pods or large filming accessories are brought in. You risk having the item confiscated at the gate. For further information regarding media and recording please see our terms and conditions, number 34 to fully inform yourself of our rules.
If you are a photographer looking to apply for photography/media access at the festival please email your request to email@example.com
Each ticket holder attending the event acknowledges that he/she is likely to be filmed, recorded and/or photographed and the resulting content publicly disseminated across a range of media (including social media) for promotional purposes. Please read our terms and conditions, number 34 for more information.
Applying to perform at Victorious Festival
As well as looking at the information below, we recommend visiting festivalsafe.com
Festival Safe is a cross-industry initiative designed by festival organisers and industry professions. It’s a great resource where you can access useful information in an easy to follow, fun and engaging way before you head to a festival.
Crime Prevention and Personal Safety
Festivals are peaceful and safe events, but due to the large numbers of people in one place, some crime can unfortunately occur. The most common crime is theft, and this can be from about your person or from tents if you are camping with us. Security staff and stewards patrol the site and CCTV cameras are employed – both on and off site – for crime prevention purposes.
You can help yourself by following the advice below. Don’t let criminals spoil your enjoyment by committing crime against you or your friends.
Lock and empty your vehicles. Leave the glove compartment open and conspicuously empty.
Only bring what you can afford to lose.
Mark your property: clearly label your gear with your postcode. Obvious indelible markings will significantly reduce the risk of things being stolen and will increase the chance of their return if found. Tag your keys with a phone number and a friend’s address.
Register your property before you go on a national and free database called www.immobilise.com
Pickpockets do work some festivals, so be alert when walking around, wear rucksacks in front of you, and women should have crossover handbags with the flap against your body.
Keep with friends or people you trust: unfortunately at any large gathering a small number of people attend so they can prey on others. You present a far less vulnerable target as a group than you would on your own. Do not go off with people you don’t know – speak to a steward, police officer or head to the welfare tent if you split up from friends.
Make sure your mobile phone is fully charged for the day.
Avoid dark areas and take advantage of the extra lighting along main thoroughfares and in the car parks.
We know you want to have a drink or two, but do consider that drinking to excess can leave you vulnerable, so as friends DO look out for each other. Arrange a meeting point with your friends if you get split up from each other, so you know where to head to.
Report to stewards anyone you think is acting aggressively.
Drugs. Quite simply – don’t bring them. Legal Highs DO NOT mean they are safe.
We look forward to seeing you and making sure you have a safe but brilliant festival!
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