Victorious Festival has been ranked the third best festival in the UK after data analysis conducted across the country’s festival landscape, with results showing Victorious as one of the best value-for-money festivals in the UK
Multi-award-winning Victorious Festival (which this year will be held on 25/26/27 August) has been rated as the third best festival in the UK.
Training and jobs marketplace Get Licenced compiled a top 10 list of UK music festivals in which Victorious – the UK’s biggest metropolitan festival – ranked third in the UK, with a score of 7.21 out of 10.
The leader board was created after analysing data from across 132 UK music festivals including line-up size, 2023 ticket price, festival capacity, critical acclaim, publicity, weather conditions and ticket price split per performer in each location.
As the festival report highlights, at the time of compiling an Early Bird Weekend ticket for Victorious Festival costed as little as £145, which breaks down to £0.66 per act*. The festival is seconded only by Glastonbury in terms of price per act, with a bill of world-class performers including headliners Mumford & Sons, Kasabian and Jamiroquai. Victorious is also on target to have the best weather of any festival this summer – the festival’s location in Southsea has the highest average temperature of festivals in the top 10 list and one of the lowest rainfall levels.
This year’s Victorious line-up includes the likes of Alt-J, Ben Howard, DJ legend Pete Tong, Sigrid, Ellie Goulding, Natalie Imbruglia, Friendly Fires, Annie Mac, Blossoms, The Charlatans, Belle & Sebastian, Jake Bugg, Kaiser Chiefs, Hard-Fi, The Vaccines, The Divine Comedy, The Coral, The Enemy, Katy B and many more.
To read more about this year’s Victorious Festival, click on the links below:
To read more about 2022 Victorious Festival, click below:
To read an interview with Bastille backstage at Victorious Festival 2022, click the link:
- Main image: Victorious Festival by Tom Langford.
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