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The Streets and Royal Blood are headlining Victorious festival

Bombay Bicycle Club and Blossoms are also on the bill.
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Published: 12:15 pm, February 03, 2020
The Streets and Royal Blood are headlining Victorious festival

The Streets and Royal Blood are headlining Victorious festival.

Also playing this year's event, are Nile Rodgers and Chic, Bombay Bicycle Club, Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, Craig David’s TS5, Blossoms, The Fratellis, Feeder, La Roux, Jonny Marr, Miles Kane, DJ Fresh and Mystery Jets.

Festival director, Andy Marsh says: “We couldn’t be more excited about this year’s festival. Our first wave of artists were extremely well received and we’re delighted to bring a second wave that is equally as strong.

"Going into our ninth year, we really tried to raise the bar and with more artists still to be announced, plus a whole host of family content and world music still to come, we’re convinced this is going to be our best year yet!”

Victorious Festival will take place from 28th–30th August in Southsea; visit victoriousfestival.co.uk for more information.

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