Victorious Festival 2018: Are tickets still available and how much do they cost?

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Victorious Festival is only a couple of days away now. 

With The Libertines and Kaiser Chiefs kicking things off on Friday, before Paul Weller and The Prodigy continue the party on Saturday and Sunday. 

You can still get tickets to Victorious Festival. Picture: Habibur Rahman.

You can still get tickets to Victorious Festival. Picture: Habibur Rahman.

But if you have forgotten to order your tickets or just haven’t gotten round to ordering one yet, you maybe worried about missing out. 

We have rounded up all the information you need to know about getting your hands on tickets for Victorious Festival 2018. 

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Are tickets still available? 

Yes you can still purchase tickets for the Friday, Saturday and Sunday for this year’s Victorious Festival - they are still being advertised on the festival’s website. 

Where can I buy tickets from? 

The best place to get your hands on tickets for the festival is from Victorious’s website. 

If you click the link here you can purchase tickets for Friday, Saturday or Sunday. 

How much are tickets? 

The tickets range in price over the weekend, with the Friday costing less than Saturday or Sunday - do to having less acts perform. 

How much do Friday tickets cost? 

Standard Friday night ticket will set you back £44 for a standard adult one. 

While it is £8.80 for children aged five to 12, and £1.10 for under fives. 

Premium upgrades are also available – and will cost an extra £55 for adults, £33 for children aged five to 12 and £1.10 for under fives. 

Car parking costs £11. 

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How much do Saturday tickets cost? 

Standard Saturday tickets for Victorious Festival 2018 cost £49.50 for a standard adult one. 

While it is £8.80 for children aged five to 12, and £1.10 for under fives. 

Premium upgrades are also available – and will cost an extra £55 for adults, £33 for children aged five to 12 and £1.10 for under fives. 

Car parking costs £11. 

How much do Sunday tickets cost?

Standard Sunday tickets will set you back £49.50 for a standard adult one. 

While it is £8.80 for children aged five to 12, and £1.10 for under fives. 

Premium upgrades are also available – and will cost an extra £55 for adults, £33 for children aged five to 12 and £1.10 for under fives. 

Car parking costs £11.