The musical extravaganza returned to Southsea Common last night and is now in full swing.
After Madness kicked off the fun on Friday, it was another bumper day of music at Victorious on Day 2 on Saturday.
The Streets, Manic Street Preachers, Rag’N’Bone Man, Craig David and more performed yesterday.
And now the final day is set to continue with a bang with Royal Blood, Nile Rodgers and Chic, Supergrass and more set to perform.
Gates will open at 10am again today.
Guests will need to provide proof of they are fully vaccinated, have natural immunity or a negative lateral flow test.
We will be bringing you updates from throughout the festival over the weekend, with reaction, pictures and videos from the event itself.
The News will have photographers and reporters down at Victorious from Friday through Sunday.
Make sure to check back throughout the weekend for all the best photos and latest news about Victorious.
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Live updates from Day 2 of Victorious Festival
Last updated: Sunday, 29 August, 2021, 19:45
- Victorious Festival has returned
- Madness headlined Day 1
- The Streets and more to perform today
Revellers on Castle Field listening to Glasvegas
There is a roller disco at Southsea skatepark
Our best pictures from Day 3 so far
See our first look gallery from Day 3 of Victorious Festival.
The acoustic stage was packed earlier for Southsea Alternative Choir
Picture: Vernon Nash
This was the scene at the World Music Stage earlier
Picture: Vernon Nash
Here is what time Victorious ends
All good things must come to an end.
Happy festival-goers on Southsea Common
These friends are travelling from Worthing each day for the festival
Sophie Wayman, Ella Ridley, and Millie Whiting have been travelling from Worthing to Portsmouth every day of Victorious.
They say they're really enjoying it, and most excited to see Royal Blood.
‘We’ve travelled over from the Channel Islands, but it’s so worth it'
Stacey Edwards, Leah Boschat, Jackie Cowan.
Stacey said: 'We've travelled over from the Channel Islands for the festival, but it's so worth it, we're having such a good time. It's so much fun and the weather's been great.'
‘It’s really exciting'
George Bunting and Amberley Shears, who have travelled down from Barnham. Amberley said: 'We really want to see Nile Rodgers - it's really exciting.'