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Win a pair of tickets for Victorious Festival 2018

Feat. The Libertines, Kaiser Chiefs, Shed Seven, Paloma Faith, Paul Weller, Brian Wilson, Lightning Seeds, Happy Mondays and more.
Published: 9:10 pm, April 12, 2018
Win a pair of tickets for Victorious Festival 2018
Who doesn't like a weekend at the seaside? This year's Victorious Festival is bringing all kinds of big names to windy Portsmouth, including bill-toppers The Prodigy and Paul Weller.

They’re joined by Paloma Faith, Brian Wilson, The Cribs, Fenne Lily, Friendly Fires, Years & Years, Happy Mondays, Everything Everything, The Libertines, Shed Seven, Kaiser Chiefs, the Lightning Seeds and loads more.

Want to pop along to join in the fun? Enter our competition below to win a pair of tix, or head to victoriousfestival.co.uk to buy them. Victorious takes place from 24th-26th August in Portsmouth.

You can also find out more about this summer's festival fun in Dork's Festival Guide 2018 - order your copy below.

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