Madness, The Streets, and Royal Blood Set To Headline Victorious Festival


Victorious Festival has just announced its lineup for 2021 with Madness, The Streets, and Royal Blood all set to headline. Richard Ashcroft, Supergrass, Blossoms, The Kooks, Peter Hook and The Light are also set to perform at the event.

The festival is taking place during this August Bank Holiday Weekend in Portsmouth and looks set to be a cracker. The popular music event was due to take place last year but was cancelled due to the current coronavirus pandemic. However, the festival will be returning to the seafront this year and looks set to come back with a bang.

Providing the UK government’s vaccine rollout goes accordingly, all COVID restrictions are set to be lifted by June 21st. This has prompted Victorious organisers to announce more details about the 2021 edition of the festival, including their stellar lineup.

Its here! Our Victorious 2021 lineup 🎉🤩💙🎉 Tickets on sale from £30 a day now – (fees apply)@MadnessNews @mikeskinnerltd The Streets, @royalblooduk @thekooksmusic @richardashcroft @SupergrassHQ @CraigDavid @MelanieCmusic & More!

— Victorious Festival (@VictoriousFest) March 25, 2021

Rag’n’Bone Man, Craig David, The Fratellis, Stereo MC’s, Wild Front, Feeder, and Fontaines D.C. are just some of the names announced to play at Victorious Festival. Royal Blood and The Streets were slated to play last year, however, the COVID-19 pandemic caused organisers to cancel the event. The announcement comes in good timing for Royal Blood fans as they prepare to release their new album, Typhoons on April 30th.

Victorious Festival takes place on the Southsea Seafront in Portsmouth and previously had 65,000 attendees in 2019. The festival’s record currently stands at well over 100,000, however numbers may be a bit lower this year.

Tickets are available through their website as prices begin at £30, and weekend adult tickets starting from £105 – with premium options from just a fiver extra. You can also camp at the festival, with prices from £125 for all three days and access to the site facilities. Keep up to date with all announcements on the festival here, on their homepage.

As well as Victorious Festival going ahead, Glastonbury organiser, Emily Eavis has said that she hopes to stage a concert at the venue in September. The organisers have already confirmed that the festival was postponed for the second year running due to the pandemic.