V Festival

The Virgin Media 'V' Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this year!

The V Festival returns to Hylands Park, chelmsford and Weston Park, staffordshire on Saturday August 22nd and Sunday August 23rd.

The first line up announcement is scheduled for 6pm on Monday March 2nd. Tickets are on sale shortly afterward on March 6th.

The Killers and Justin Timberlake headlined last year's V Festival, but there is no solid news for this years' Festival just yet.

V Festival Rumours so far include Kasabian, Calvin Harris, Noel Gallagher and the Prodigy.

With a capacity of 90,000 the site is open (for weekend campers) from 10am Friday until midday Monday. On Saturday and Sunday the arena will open at 12 noon and close at 11pm when the bands finish.

There is ample parking at the locations with camper van areas too.

You can experience V Festival as a VIP! This brings the following benefits:

• A relaxed and spacious environment
• Comfortable indoor and outdoor seating
• A good choice of exclusive food and drink
• Cash bars
• Late bar with DJ's on Saturday and Sunday night
• VIP loos (this sounds like heaven to us!)

There is also a LockerHouse where you can lock up your valuables to keep them safe.

Hylands park also have "FestiBarrows" ™ available for hire!

The V Festival on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vfestival

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The V Festival website: http://www.vfestival.com/

Hylands House, Chelmsford

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