When is Victorious Festival?
The 10th anniversary of Victorious Fest will be taking place from 26 to 28 August 2022.
What to expect from Victorious Festival
From contemporary dance music to alternative rock bands, there’s something for everyone at Victorious Festival. The 3-day event will see artists perform across several stages, set against a stunning seaside backdrop. Stereophonics, Paolo Nutini, Sam Fender, Bastille and Primal Scream are just some of the household names performing this year.
As well as live music, arts and crafts markets, workshops and circus shows will also be on offer. There will also be food stalls, beer tents and a champagne bar.
The Victorious Kids Arena is a mini-festival in itself and what’s more, all the activities in the area are totally free.
Victorious Festival takes place at the Common and Castle Field on Southsea seafront. The festival is open from 10:00 to 23:00.
Things to see and do in Portsmouth
As well as Victorious Festival, Portsmouth has a range of local attractions and activities on offer. The port city is famous for its maritime history and the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, where you can see iconic warships such as HMS Victory and HMS Warrior. Other places of interest include Southsea Castle and the picturesque harbour.
You can also make the most of your trip by booking an overnight stay. You’ll find a variety of accommodation options both on the seafront and in the city centre.
How to get to Victorious Festival
Portsmouth has three train stations, all within walking distance to the festival. There are also bus and taxi services from the stations that will take you to the seafront.
The main train stations are:
Last trains home
Please note the following last GWR train services back towards Bath and Westbury:
- Friday 26 August: 21:27 Portsmouth Harbour to Bristol Temple Meads
- Saturday 27 August: 21:27 Portsmouth Harbour to Westbury
- Sunday 28 August: 22:12 Portsmouth Harbour to Westbury
So why not book a ticket on one of our trains to Portsmouth and take in one of the south coast’s best festivals.