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Victorious Festival | More Acts Announced

Victorious Festival | More Acts Announced

Our friends over at Victorious Festival have this morning added a whole host of artist to the line up for the festival this August. The majority are from the local area, and I’ve got to say it’s pretty awesome to see that we have so much musical talent from our small city.

My personal highlights in there are Kassassin Street, Matt Jarvis, The Day Of The Rabblement, Felt Tip, Blackfoot Circle and the awesome Southsea Alternative Choir. There are lots of others who I’ve still not managed to catch live before so fingers crossed there aren’t too many clashes when the timings are announced.

Victorious Festival 2014

You can follow Victorious Festival on Facebook and Twitter @VictoriousFest, or by signing up to the mailing list HERE.

The event is more than just a music festival, there will be lots going on in the Kids Arena as well a Real Ale Festival featuring many local breweries. For the weekend local seafront attractions will be FREE, these include Southsea Castle, Blue Reef Aquarium, D-Day Museum and Southsea Skate Park.

Adult Day tickets are currently available for an amazing price of £20 per day. You can pick one up via the website HERE, or directly at Little Johnny Russells or either of the Belle Isle restaurants. Kids tickets will cost £6 but those under the age of five can enter the festival for free.

To see who is playing what day visit www.victoriousfestival.co.uk/line-up/

Victorious Festival


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  1. Ken Devine

    3 June

    Interesting to see that Art writer & curator, Laura McLean-Ferris, has been looking through the Aspex gallery archive for information related to the establishment of ASP. As it happens I was one of the original members of the group that was responsible for the founding of the organisation that involved liaising with the then College of Art who were vacating the building to move to the John Pounds Centre in Portsea, negotiating with Hampshire County Council (who actually owned the building at the time as part of their educational estate, and co-wrote the first arts council application along with Steve Chettle that secured funding for the basic work that needed to be carried out to make the Brougham Rd building fit for purpose. Steve Chettle was secretary and I was treasurer. ASP as it became known was actually the second name to be used. If Laura McLean-Ferris would like to get in contact I’d be more than happy to speak with her. Ken Devine.

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