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First Look At 5 All-Star Acts Victorious Festival 2017

  • 10 Feb 2017

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First Look At 5 All-Star Acts Victorious Festival 2017

Following on from a triumphant festival in 2016 - READ OUR REVIEW OF VICTORIOUS FESTIVAL 2016 - Victorious is back for 2017 from Friday 25th - Sunday 27th August 2017. With the addition of the Friday night and the addition of off-site camping at Portsdown Hill, Victorious is showing healthy growth and promise, particularly with the first line-up announcement unveiling a few diamonds already. Here are some of our picks from the names released so far!

Elbow (Sun headliner)

Lead singer Guy Garvey's voice is like a big warm hug and a shot of whisky on a cold winter's day. The band recently released their latest album, Little Fictions, led by their new single 'Magnificent' - and magnificent it will be to see them performing at Victorious.


KT Tunstall (Sun)

Fresh from her UK tour at the end of 2016, KT Tunstall will be showcasing the fruits of her recent labours, the album KIN, alongside old classics such as 'Otherside of the World', 'Suddenly I See' and 'Black Horse and the Cherry Tree'.

Read more about KT TUNSTALL'S WINTER 2016 TOUR

Feeder (Sat)

Known for their anthemic albums, classic tracks and mellow melancholy, Feeder always put on a great show. These guys are sure to get the crowd singing along to 'Buck Rogers', 'Feeling A Moment' and 'Just A Day' to name just three. Come along to relive the magic and see one of the defining pop-rock outfits of the noughties!

Stereophonics (Sat headliner)

There to make sure that whatever the weather you will 'Have A Nice Day', The Stereophonics are another seminal rock act from Wales who have taken a hold on the masses as well as the indie music lovers with their mix of catchy pop and thoughful tracks like 'Maybe Tomorrow', 'Dakota' and the classic 'Handbags and Gladrags'.

Madness (Fri headliner)

Closing the opening night with 'Baggy Trousers', 'Our House', 'It Must Be Love' and 'House of Fun', Madness are sure to bring the house down with their nearly 40-year back catalog.

Tickets are available from and are currently in the EARLY BIRD TIER 2, meaning that until 29th March 2017, tickets for Friday night are just £25 and day tickets for Saturday and Sunday are just £32 each. 


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