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We may have the Monday morning blues but it is one Monday closer to the festival, only 18 days to go!

To beat the Monday blues we have teamed up with Mi-Pac to offer you a chance to win this must have backpack and a pair of tickets to the Sunday at Victorious!

In order to win this awesome prize comment below your top festival tip and tag who you would take with you below!

The winner will be selected at random on Friday 11th August and contacted directly!

#festivalfashion #mipac #competition #festivaltips



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Well done to the talented Ricky Wilson from Kaiser Chiefs for beating the Hoff round the track on the first celebrity face off on the new season of The Grand Tour!

We can't wait to have the legendary Kaiser Chiefs join us as part of our Friday night line up this August!

Make sure you don't miss it!

Friday Early Bird Tier 1- Β£25- tickets are running low so snap yours up fast!

Get yours here- bit.ly/2hzHQWj
(fees apply)

#grandtour #rickywilson #kaiserchiefs #victoriousfestival
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Well done to the talented Ricky Wilson from Kaiser Chiefs for beating the Hoff round the track on the first celebrity face off on the new season of The Grand Tour!  

We cant wait to have the legendary Kaiser Chiefs join us as part of our Friday night line up this August!

Make sure you dont miss it!

Friday Early Bird Tier 1- Β£25- tickets are running low so snap yours up fast! 

Get yours here- http://bit.ly/2hzHQWj 
(fees apply)

#grandtour #rickywilson #kaiserchiefs #victoriousfestival

 

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Him and his fiat panda πŸ˜€

Andrew Dobson let's go again G

It was a lovely surprise to see our four legged friend Charlie-
a Victorious festival team favourite, working at Hamilton West End this weekend!

We hope to see you back in 2018 Charlie!

#victoriousfestival #hamiltonlondon #charlie
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It was a lovely surprise to see our four legged friend Charlie-
 a Victorious festival team favourite, working at Hamilton West End this weekend! 

We hope to see you back in 2018 Charlie!

#victoriousfestival #hamiltonlondon #charlie

 

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Aw LOVE Springers <3

<3 Charlie!

Jessica Brown!

Stuart Heasman

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25 COMMENTS

  1. Take an empty bottle into the festival with you. Perfect for decanting drinks into to save on multiple trips to the bar. Plus the the lid prevents spillages.

    It can also be used to fill with water when rehidrating. Or should the need arise when down the front and caught short. A useful receptical for errrm……waste products.

    Tracey Barber

  2. Wear comfy and non expensive shoes. Put decent sun cream on before you get there and wear cheap sunglasses so if you lose/break them you don’t regret it. Sian Walsh

  3. women’s wet wipes for the lovely toilets 😳 and don’t start drinking to early if you want to remember you actually attended the night πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Julia Rocks

  4. Layer up. Then you’re comfortable all day. Backpack full of snacks, water, odds and sods to keep the little ones happy so you can listen to the music. I want to take my not so little little one.

  5. Take a good attitude, a good daypack full of emergency snacks, cigarette papers and lighters, water bottles (empty so you can refill inside) and your favourite husband 😍😍 Daz Walsh

    ETA: The husband doesn’t have to go in the daypack! πŸ˜‚

  6. Top festival tip, plan to have no plans to get to any stage on time to see whoever you’d have planned to see… Just go with the flow of the festival vibe.. I’d take my daughter, and plan not to be anywhere near the stage when Olly M is on… πŸ˜œπŸ˜‚

  7. Take a lovely and comfy Mi-pac backpack with you full of everything you may need but keep it light so you can jump with your favourites songs!! Alberto Preciados would be happy to carry it for you!! 😊

  8. Take a black bin liner – use as an emergency raincoat, sit on it on wet/damp grass and use it to put your rubbish in at the end of the day! I would take Andy Muscat’s Dad (my hubby).

  9. Take a clear plastic umbrella and some battery fairy lights. Great for rain in the day and can still see the acts. Thread the lights through at night. Looks cute and you can be found by friends and family in the dark. Paul Rogers

  10. I’d take my emergency loo roll and also my inflatable microphone/stand so that we can pretend to be rock n roll and it’s also useful to hold up in the air when one of you needs the loo, so you can locate your tribe on the way back πŸ˜€ #propsatfestivalsarefun My friend isn’t on FB, but I’d take her as we take daft props wherever we go!

  11. I would get your ticket for this fabulous event, on the day they are released – If you wait, you may be disappointed as this is becoming THE place to be in the Summer. Tagging Alice Griffiths

  12. Take a gazillion pics making memories (so u can remember which band you’ve actually seen because u may have accidentally started drinking before the yard arm struck 12 ) good times! Toni Lockwood

  13. I would take this lovely lady Janet. Here we are at Rhythm of the 90s this year in Southsea. My tip….enjoy every minute of it…enjoy the Festival vibe…and take your own bog roll!!

  14. I recommend taking “The Rum Rack”……. oh and toilet roll, cause you’ll be pissing for days. I’d take Nicola Fitzpatrick she’s got bigger knockers – means more Rum carrying !

  15. Don’t tell your wife you’re going to the toilet and end up sleeping in the car on the common with no mobile phone battery so she can’t contact you then wake up at 6.30am and go for a wee by the car and think I’m still a bit tipsy I can’t drive, get back into the car and go back to sleep until 10am! ESSENTIALS! 1. Leave the car at home 2. Battery pack for your mobile 3. Stay together 4. Have fun 5. Leave said husband at home to look after the kids and go with your mates!!!

  16. Unzip your mi PAC and start to stack in your festival things:
    Your phone to record your memories for many years to come and some sun tan lotion for optimistic hopes of the sun.
    Load in that bright coloured mac and those comfy shoes because even the rain won’t give you the blues.
    Staying happy and safe is the key to a good time so follow those tips to avoid being a victim of crime.
    Leave early or leave late but dont forget your tickets when you get to the gate.
    for we are victorious we all come as one to enjoy the best festival of the year and all of its fun.

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