V Festival - Justin Timberlake, The Killers and more
Set to take place on August 16th and 17th at two sites, Staffordshire
and Essex, this annual party is rightly considered one of the greatest festivals in the world. This year the line-up is arguably
the strongest it has ever been with Justin Timberlake and The Killers playing headline slots, with other acts set to appear
including Ed Sheeran, Paolo Nutini, Bastille, Lily Allen, Rudimental and Kaiser Chiefs.
With the likes of Elbow, Manic
Street Preachers and Tinie Tempah also on the bill, it's a must-visit for any music fan. So don't miss out on getting V Festival
tickets on StubHub UK, the world's largest ticket marketplace.
More About V Festival - The Greatest Festival
in the World?
Spurred by the whims of indie icon Jarvis Cocker, V Festival was created in 1996 so that his band Pulp
could play two outdoor venues in two days, performing for fans both in the north and south. The event has gone on to be a
one of the most prominent fixtures of the British festival season, attracting huge pop acts such as Girls Aloud and Lady Gaga
alongside rock headliners such as Muse, The Killers, Radiohead and Oasis. It has seen some special moments in recent music
history, such as when Amy Winehouse, who was not on the bill, joined Pete Doherty live as he headlined one of the smaller
stages, to help him with his set.
The event caters to festival-goers of various persuasions, whether hardcore campers
or those who prefer to attend for the music alone. Although accommodating thousands of campers on its enormous sites, the
accessibility of Hylands Park in Essex and Weston Park in Staffordshire mean the shows are perfect for those hoping to enjoy
a day trip too. Both events are always hugely popular so it's best to sort your trip as soon as possible - don't delay in
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After sorting your V Festival tickets on StubHub UK, why not consider heading
to Reading Festival or Leeds Festival for another weekend of musical action?