In less than a month Victorious Festival returns to Southsea Common bringing some of the best live music to Portsmouth! But it’s not just about the well-known names on the lineup, so here are some of the best in new and upcoming artists you should definitely not miss at Victorious Festival 2022.
Lineup subject to change and full set times for Victorious Festival 2022 can now be found here.
In brief: Long-time favourites of ours, Portsmouth/Brighton based FLOWVERS return to Victorious Festival this year bringing with them fun, energetic indie-rock tunes.
When and where? Saturday 21:20 – 21:50 – Casemates Stage
In brief: Hutch are a Brighton based band who create dreamy, psych-tinged music combined with a fun edge.
When and where? Friday 18:15 – 18:45 – World Music Stage
In brief: Honeyglaze are a South London based trio who released their debut album this year. Their music is almost impossible to pigeonhole genre-wise, but baroque, storytelling indie-pop with jazzier moments probably sums them up best.
When and where? Sunday 12:00 – 12:30 – Common Stage
In brief: Welly are the only band on this list I’m yet to see live but from what I’ve heard, their upbeat, danceable music sounds like a lot of fun.
When and where? Friday 19:45 – 20:15 – World Music Stage
Harvey Jay Dodgson
In brief: Harvey Jay Dodgson is a Portsmouth based artist who’s released some of the best local indie-pop music over the past few years and continues to go from strength to strength with each single release.
When and where? Sunday 12:00 – 12:30 – Castle Stage
In brief: Percival Elliot create piano-lead, pop rock music and have an engaging live performance.
When and where? Saturday 13:00 – 13:30 – Casemates Stage
In brief: Megan Linford is a solo-artist who creates soulful folk music with a heartfelt side to it.
When and where? Friday 15:20 – 15:50 – The People’s Lounge Stage
In brief: Barbudo create a refreshing blend of vibrant, danceable pop-funk music.
When and where? Sunday 20:00 – 21:00 – World Music Stage
Shoot The Duke
In brief: Shoot The Duke return to Victorious Festival for their last ever performance as a band. The band play energetic indie-blues rock with a folk-y edge.
When and where? Saturday 15:30 – 16:10 – Beats and Swing Stage