Victorious Festival is delighted to announce another wave of acts ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend. Appearing on Castle Stage is Radio 1’s prime time broadcaster, champion of new music and international DJ Annie Mac. As one of the UK’s most famous DJ’s, she has played everywhere from your own home to stadiums and super clubs across the world and now she will add Victorious Festival to the list.
[photoshelter-gallery g_id=”G0000lRmSBc2YhpI” g_name=”Victorious-2105″ width=”800″ f_fullscreen=”t” bgtrans=”t” pho_credit=”iptc” twoup=”f” f_bbar=”t” f_bbarbig=”f” fsvis=”f” f_show_caption=”t” crop=”f” f_enable_embed_btn=”t” f_htmllinks=”t” f_l=”t” f_send_to_friend_btn=”f” f_show_slidenum=”t” f_topbar=”f” f_show_watermark=”t” img_title=”casc” linkdest=”c” trans=”xfade” target=”_self” tbs=”5000″ f_link=”t” f_smooth=”f” f_mtrx=”t” f_ap=”t” f_up=”f” height=”400″ btype=”old” bcolor=”#CCCCCC” ] We can’t wait to welcome back Victorious Festival favourites, Public Service Broadcasting, the corduroy-clad brainchild of band member J. Willgoose Esq. Their debut album Inform-Educate-Entertain received widespread critical acclaim from The Guardian, The Independent and many more reviewers for their spell-binding blend of old public information film samples mixed with live new beats from drums, guitar, banjo and electronics. Soak up their unique sounds on Sunday at Victorious Festival.
Wretch 32 will delight crowds at Victorious Festival with his clever combination of Hip Hop and Grime making him difficult not to dance too. Wretch 32 rose to the height of success in 2011 with his album Black and White featuring collaborations with Ed Sheeran, Etta Bond and Example. Lead single Traktor was selected by Reggie Yates as weekend Anthem before going on to debut at number five on the UK Singles Chart and Don’t Go reaching number one. Since then he has been championed by Adidas and Coca Cola as one of the main faces of the London Olympics.
Other exciting additions to the lineup include newcomers DMA’s, Eliza & The Bear and Luke Sital-Singh. All the way from Australia, three-piece band DMA’s will be bringing Britpop back through their effervescent charm with their echoing of bands like Stone Roses. Ones to watch are London Indie Rocker’s Eliza & The Bear who will be delivering their guitar-driven indie-folk hooks and uplifting vocals at Victorious Festival and Singer-songwriter Luke Sital-Singh who was picked up by The Guardian and featured as their ‘New Band of The Day’ for his crooning melodies.