Victorious Festival World Music Village line up

Victorious Festival has announced the World Music Village line up for this years event, including the legendary sound system Channel One, Swedish hip-hop pioneer Neneh Cherry, and the energetic International Sounds of The Turbans.

Also added to the bill are African, Latin and Reggae sounds from The Majestic, Fellowship of Groove and Africappella; contemporary hip-hop, reggae & bhangra from Danny Ladwa, local favourites Naan Breddaz & DR DJ with Bollywood Dancers, latin rhythms and salsa dance grooves from Los Hombres, Tosca Bonito and DJ Tuli; and upbeat funk and big brass from Beatroot Funk.

The World Music Village also hosts The People's Lounge Tent again this year, with its cultural collective of artists, musicians, poets and DJ's, which include

This alternative enclave will display and celebrate Portsmouth's diverse local talent. Live music, spoken word poetry, visual art, Tai Chi and workshops will run throughout the weekend.  Appearing on Saturday are Slick Minded Individuals, Omar Baba, The Naan Breddaz (acoustic set,) Hang Dai and Kingdome.  Artists on the Sunday bill include: The Rob Milner Quartet with their jazz fusion, plus Richard Muscat, Tash Alladin and The Southsea Groove Collective 

Victorious Festival the UK's largest metropolitan festival  takes place from Friday 24th - Sunday 26th August at Southsea Seafront, Portsmouth, Hampshire. The festival will have an eclectic mix of live music and DJ performances, from some of the biggest names in the music industry. It will also host locally sourced food markets and ale stalls, an arts and craft marketplace, a jam-packed kids arena hosting themed games, live performances and much, much more. 

This yaer's line up includes performances from The LibertinesPaul Weller, The Prodigy, Brian Wilson and many more.

Victorious Festival World Music Village line up

World Music Village line up

Ticket Information

Friday - £35.00 + BF
Saturday - £45.00 + BF
Sunday - £45.00 + BF

Tickets available from Victorious Festival website