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Win a set of family tickets to Victorious Festival 23rd and 24th August

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LocalEditorPortsmouth Tue 15-Jul-14 10:49:40

Portsmouth's hugely popular Victorious Festival is back, bigger and better in a new location on Southsea Seafront, with a great line up.

Suitable for all the family there is a kids arena where you can meet Ben and Holly, and the Moshi Monsters. There will be circus skills, facepainting, the jungle bus, street performer Will Gibson wil be balloon modelling, knife juggling and more. There is also a family chill out zone, with toilets and baby changing facilities.

Let's not forget the fantastic line up with Dizzee Rascal, Shed Seven, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Scouting for Girls, Ocean Colour Scene and Will Odell! New acts are being added so keep checking the website for the latest line up details.

With a boutique market, a real ale festival and the kids arena what more could you ask for? Well how about free entry to the D Day museum, Southsea Castle, the Blue Reef aquarium, Southsea Skate Park and Pyramids fun pool with a valid ticket.

We've got a set of family tickets for both days to give away. All you need to do is answer the following question:

Where was the first Victorious Festival held?

Answers to be emailed to portsmouth@mumsnetlocal.com along with your name and telephone number. If the editor cannot contact the winner by the 20th August then we reserve the right to re-draw.

The competition will close at 11.55 pm on 15th August 2014.

A winner will be selected at random from the correct answers; the editor's decision is final.

No cash alternative is available.

The prize tickets include 2 adult tickets, 2 child tickets and 2 under five tickets for both Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August.

LocalEditorPortsmouth Thu 14-Aug-14 18:27:41

Just a little note to say that the Pyramids centre is still closed for repairs so that won't now be included in your ticket. But with so much else going on, you really won't miss it.

LocalEditorPortsmouth Thu 21-Aug-14 16:34:41

The correct answer was Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and the winner was Margaret Hughes.

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