Victorious Festival 2022: Portsmouth event lineup with Paulo Nutini and Sam Fender - and how to get tickets

The festival will run over three days later in the year (Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images)The festival will run over three days later in the year (Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images)
The festival will run over three days later in the year (Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images) | Getty Images

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The three day long festival will enjoy performances from the likes of Paolo Nutini, Sam Fender, Stereophonics and more

Calling all festival lovers - the Victorious Festival 2022 has released its full lineup playing across three days, featuring performances from the likes of headliners Paolo Nutini, Sam Fender and Stereophonics.

This is everything you need to know about the festival, and how to get tickets.

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Who is in the lineup?

The festival will run over three days, with the acts performing as follows.

Friday 26 August:

  • Stereophonics
  • James
  • Self Esteem
  • Soak
  • Primal Scream (Afternoon special guest)

One slot on Friday is yet to be announced.

Paolo Nutini performing on The Other Stage during Day 1 of the Glastonbury Festival, 2014 (Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images)Paolo Nutini performing on The Other Stage during Day 1 of the Glastonbury Festival, 2014 (Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images)
Paolo Nutini performing on The Other Stage during Day 1 of the Glastonbury Festival, 2014 (Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images) | Getty Images

Saturday 27 August:

  • Paolo Nutini
  • Bastille
  • The Wombats
  • Declan McKenna
  • Ocean Colour Scene
  • Kula Shaker
  • White Lies
  • Andy C
  • Inhaler
  • Sports Team
  • The Subways
  • Remi Wolf
  • We Are Scientists
  • Baby Queen
  • The K’s
  • Couch Party Aziya
  • Tamzene
  • Worry Worry
  • Sugababes (Afternoon special guest)

Saturday afternoon comedy will be hosted by Suzi Ruffell, with performances from Joel Dommett and Milton Jones.

Sunday 28 August:

  • Sam Fender
  • Anne-Marie
  • Nothing But Thieves 
  • Suede
  • Becky Hill
  • Amy MacDonald 
  • Editors
  • Example
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor
  • Hop Chip Megamix
  • Sam Ryder
  • Little Man Tate
  • Turin Brakes
  • Alfie Templeman
  • Little Boots
  • Dylan John Thomas
  • The Libertines (Afternoon special guest)

Sunday afternoon comedy hosted by Rosie Jones, with performances by Katherine Ryan and Russell Kane.

Can I buy tickets?

Tickets are available to buy now via the Victorious Festival website.

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There are a range of tickets available for prospective festival goers to choose from.

Before looking at all the different ticket types, first you need to choose if you’ll be paying for your tickets in full or as part of a payment plan.

The payment plan tickets will see the cost of your purchase spread out in £9 monthly payments, whereas the pay in full tickets will have you pay them all off in one go, starting from £45.

The festival has also opted for a tiered early bird system, meaning the sooner you buy your tickets, the cheaper they will be.

Sam Fender has also been announced as a headline act following his win at the Brit Awards (Photo: Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)Sam Fender has also been announced as a headline act following his win at the Brit Awards (Photo: Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
Sam Fender has also been announced as a headline act following his win at the Brit Awards (Photo: Ian Forsyth/Getty Images) | Getty Images

The tickets available are:

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  • Day and weekend tickets, which permit you entry to the festival without camping
  • Weekend tent camping tickets (Farlington fields) which permits you entry to all three days of the festival, plus tent camping 
  • Weekend campervan camping tickets (Farlington fields), which permit you entry to all three days of the festival plus campervan parking

Extras and upgrades are also available, such as a dedicated site entrance, access to an undercover viewing platform for the common stage (subject to capacity), access to the premium enclosure situated adjacent to the Common Stage, access to exclusive bars, toilets and food traders.

The e-tickets will be released approximately two weeks prior to the Victorious Festival, and will be sent to the email address you used when making your booking.

It is recommended that you print out your e-ticket, however you don’t have to and can always show it on your phone instead. If you intend to use your phone, you should take a screenshot of your ticket.

Where and when is it on?

The festival will run over three days - Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 August 2022.

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On the Friday, the gates will open at 1pm and close at 11pm, with no entry or re-entry permitted after 8pm.

On the Saturday and the Sunday the event will open at 10am and will close at 11pm, with no entry or re-entry permitted after 8pm.

If you leave the festival and then try to re-enter, you will have to queue up and be searched again.

Stereophonics are the third headliners of the festival (Photo: BERTRAND GUAY/AFP via Getty Images)Stereophonics are the third headliners of the festival (Photo: BERTRAND GUAY/AFP via Getty Images)
Stereophonics are the third headliners of the festival (Photo: BERTRAND GUAY/AFP via Getty Images) | AFP via Getty Images

It is being held on The Common and Castle Field in Southsea, Portsmouth. You can find out how to get to the venue on foot, by bike, coach, bus, car, train and ferry on the Victorious Festival website. 

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If you are travelling by car, you can pre-book into the car park which is located right next to the festival site. You cannot show up on the day and use this car park without having already booked.

The car park opening hours are:

  • Friday, 12pm to 1am
  • Saturday, 8am to 1am
  • Sunday, 8am to 1am
  • Monday (after the event has ended), 8am to 12pm 

You can pre-book the car park on the Victorious Festival website. 

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