#Win a Family Ticket to Victorious Festival

Last year was our first time at Victorious Festival and we loved the laid back vibe and fabulous music.

Held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, it’s not the largest festival we have been to, but it certainly the most reasonably priced and we love that you can sit on a hill, overlooking the sea whilst listening to fantastic music.

Last year we saw bands such as Franz Ferdinand, Olly Murs, Elbow and Stereophonics and this year is promising to be even better with The Libertines, Kaiser Chiefs, Shed Seven, Lightening Seeds, Paul Weller, Paloma Faith, The Prodigy and Years and Years all headlining throughout the weekend.

Franz Ferdinand

Victorious truly is a family festival and has a huge kids area is in the opposite corner to the main stage. It’s filled with community stalls filled with free activities, bouncy castles to let kids blow off steam and fun acts for them to see.

This year the Kids Arena stage will boast headline performances from Andy and the Oddsocks, who will take to the stage on the Saturday and family favourites, Cook and Line, who will headline Sundays family programme.

Andy and the Odd Socks

Families can look forward to a special performance from the Odd Sock Friends…. Rio on guitar, Blu on bass, Moxy hitting the drums and Random Keith on keys. They are all bonkers! They love telling stories and sing about all sorts of things from aliens and dinosaurs to rapping robots and even a groovy hoover.

Andy and the Odd Socks Band

Cook and Line, from CBeebies’ Swashbuckle, will be performing a rip-roaring pirate adventure. Full of lively songs, crowd-pleasing games and laugh-out loud comedy, their energetic and interactive performance is sure to be a big hit on this years Kids Stage.

For those looking to get up close to the action, there will be meet and greet sessions with some of the world’s biggest names in childrens entertainment, including Victorious debut appearances from, Paddington™ and Adventure Time’s, Finn and Jake, who will be at the festival on both Saturday and Sunday.

Victorious Festival

Everyone’s favourite marmalade eating bear, Paddington will be making personal appearances. Don’t forget to bring your camera as Paddington will be happy to pose for pictures! TV favourites, Jake and Finn are taking time out from battling the Ice King in the land of Ooo to visit us at Victorious Festival. Characters will be appearing at intervals on both days.

In addition to all of the big-name performances and meet and greet sessions, there will be loads of other activities taking place across the huge Kid’s Arena.

Face Painting

The fantastic Southampton Scrap Store gang will be teaching us how to turn all scrap and waste in to fun with arts and crafts. This years ‘Out of This World’ craft project will be building space rockets!

The award winning pre – school football academy, Little Kickers, will be back giving children a positive introduction to sports and playing as a team, with games and football fun.

Children’s Parties Portsmouth will be hosting a party and everyone’s invited! So get ready to throw some shapes with a disco, dance competitions and fun games for all the family.


In the Portsmouth College Action Area (10+) you will find Game Over, Portsmouth’s only gaming console café, will be bringing their retro gaming to Victorious Kids arena. Expect something for all your retro gaming needs from Playstation 1 to Pong on the Binatone TV Master IV.

Here you’ll also discover Action Stations Nerf Area, Canoe Lake Leisure Tennis workshops, plus the brilliant Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and Mary Rose Zones!

Held in the picturesque seaside location of Southsea overlooking the Solent, Victorious Festival is the ultimate family friendly experience.

Wishing Tree

Revellers can expect an eclectic mix of live music and DJ performances, from some of the biggest names in the music industry, as well as a medley of locally sourced food markets and ale stalls, arts and crafts, and much, much more.

Arts and Crafts

With standard tickets priced between £30 and £45 a day and children’s tickets starting from £1 a day, Victorious Festival remains one of the most affordable festivals in the UK! All activities and attractions in the Kids Arena are included in the ticket price.


Victorious Festival is held between 24th-26th August 2018 – the UK’s biggest metropolitan festival – continues to be one of the best value, family friendly music festivals in the UK with particularly low ticket prices for children. 5-12 year old tickets cost just £8 a day and under 5 years are able to join in the fun for just £1 with all activities in the Kids Arena absolutely FREE!


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77 thoughts on “#Win a Family Ticket to Victorious Festival

  1. Gemma Holland says:

    Years and Years

  2. Kerry Webber says:

    I would love to see Paloma Faith!

  3. Matthew Bolt says:

    Would love to see Friendly Fires!

  4. Heather Hawley says:

    Paul Weller

  5. Adrian Bold says:

    The Kaiser Chiefs

  6. sue mcdermott says:

    the Kaiser Chiefs

  7. Helen Robertson says:

    The Kaiser Chiefs

  8. Adrian Crook says:

    The Kaiser Chiefs

  9. Cathryn Crawshaw says:

    Kaiser Chiefs

  10. carol boffey says:

    kaiser chiefs

  11. Diane Brook says:

    Kaiser Cheifs and Paloma Faith for me but what a line up – most impressive!

  12. Allan Fullarton says:

    Would love to see Shed Seven.

  13. Christine Hobbs says:

    Have always wanted to see Paloma Faith

  14. Nancy Bradford says:

    Has to be Ollie. He is such a positive role model and my daughter loves him.

  15. Rebecca Powell says:

    Kaiser Chiefs and Shed Seven

  16. Theresa says:

    Got to be the Mod Father … Paul Weller :0)

  17. Sarah Mccaffery says:

    I’d love to see Shed Seven.

  18. Mel Brolly says:

    I would most like to see The Libertines, sounds an amazing festival!

  19. Margaret Mccaffery says:

    I’d be looking forward to seeing Paul Weller.

  20. Mark Mccaffery says:

    Would love to watch the Prodigy.

  21. Deborah Preston says:

    Paloma Faith

  22. Claire Reavy says:

    Love the Lightning Seeds!

  23. donna l jones says:

    paul weller

  24. Matt Whittle says:

    Friendly Fires, never seen them live before.

  25. Keeley says:

    Definitely The Prodigy. Takes me right back!

  26. Keeley Chantler says:

    Definitely The Prodigy. Takes me right back!

  27. jo shrew says:

    paul weller for me

  28. Kate Fox-Pope says:

    paul weller!

  29. Kate Green says:

    Amazing lineup but Paul Weller would be the ultimate for me

  30. Claire Nutman says:

    My childhood hero, Paul Weller x

  31. leanne weir says:

    The Kaiser Chiefs

  32. katrina walsh says:

    The Kaiser Chiefs

  33. Chanette Kennedy says:

    The Libertines! They’re one of my favourite bands and I’ve never seen them before!

  34. Suzanne Gaulton says:

    Saw the Kaiser Chiefs earlier this year – they were awesome! Think I’ll go Paloma Faith for my next wish to see

  35. Definitely the Kaiser Chiefs! 🙂
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  36. charlie kushla says:

    The Kaiser Chiefs

  37. Laura Turner says:

    The Libertines

  38. Natalie Crossan says:

    The Kaiser Chiefs 🙂

  39. Natalie White says:

    The Kaiser Chiefs!! 🙂

  40. Charlotte Hoskins says:

    Paloma Faith, love her unique voice

  41. Sharon Williams says:

    Years and years

  42. sarah rees says:

    kaiser chiefs

  43. Zoe Graham says:

    Dub pistols I have seen them before and they are amazing

  44. Declan Fogiel says:

    The Prodigy for me!

  45. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    The Kaiser Chiefs

  46. This looks like a brilliant festival, perfect for families. Good luck to everyone in the competition (I can’t enter because we are already away that weekend 🙁 )
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  47. Sarah Morris says:

    Years and Years

  48. helen carew says:

    Brian Wilson

  49. viva pope says:

    The Prodigy

  50. helen otter says:

    the Kaiser chiefs. I fancy ricky!

  51. Sarah Phillips says:

    Gomez for sure! Remind me of good young times with the husband!

  52. Harry Andrews says:

    The Prodigy!

  53. Jo Carroll says:

    The Kaiser Chiefs …but The Prodigy sounds exciting too 🙂

  54. Swazi says:

    We’d love to see the Libertines – not sure the boys will though
    Great giveaway

  55. Rich Tyler says:

    The Prodigy!!!

  56. The festival sounds like lots of fun. I haven’t taken my kids to any festival yet but I know they’d love this one.

  57. R Reeves says:

    The Prodigy

  58. Simon Tutthill says:

    The Kaiser chiefs

  59. Margaret Dunlop says:

    Paloma Faith

  60. Bridget Willard says:

    Yellow Bellies

  61. Rachel says:

    Oooh I’d love to see YEars and Years – they are great fun. This looks like such a good festival – love the face paints and range of kiddie activities.
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  62. Caz says:

    Kaiser chiefs

  63. I like the sound of this Victorious Festival. I can see it’s a lot of fun.

  64. Margaret GALLAGHER says:

    Kaiser Chiefs

  65. Rachel McMillan says:

    The Kaiser chiefs

  66. Bethany Molyneux says:

    Kaiser Chiefs!

  67. john prendergast says:

    The cribs

  68. Wow this looks great fun and not too far from us. I need to take a look, my girls would love it!

  69. Kim Neville says:

    Years and Years is a favourite of ours. My daughter is starting Portsmouth Uni in september 🙂

  70. amanda w says:

    the Lightening seeds would be fab!!!

  71. I’d love to see Paloma Faith

  72. helen Legrys says:

    Paul Weller. Always been a fan of The Jam

  73. charlie says:

    Paul Weller for me

  74. kat p says:

    The Kaiser Chiefs

  75. georgie pope says:

    the prodigy cos i’m a firestarter!

  76. Ellie says:

    Victorious is always such a great festival, would love to see the Kaiser Chiefs!

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