Date: 16 Aug 2003 - 17 Aug 2003
Venue: Weston Park, UK
Behold the fruits of our labour, as the crews we despatched to Chelmsford and Staffordshire are now regaining consciousness. The galleries are starting to take shape and our full coverage of both sites will be available very soon indeed!
Kelly Osbourne has pulled her forthcoming UK tour, which included dates at the V Festival in Chelmsford and Staffordshire this weekend, due to unspecified health reasons...
Killing Joke are set to make a triumphant return to the live scene, riding on the back of their terrifying new godsmacking album offering, 'The Death & Resurection Show.' - And Dave Grohl is in on the Joke!
Reel Big Fish, The Bees, I Am Kloot, Gus Gus and Mint Royale all added to V line up! And tickets are almost sold out...
Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess is to play an exclusive solo show at V Festival in Chelmsford and Staffordshire this year. He has been added to the line up along with Kosheen and Killing Joke.
Last call for tickets as Athlete, Goldfrapp, Skin, Appleton, Basement, The Distillers, David Holmes, Paulo Alto and others have joined the V Festival Line-up.
Athlete, David Holmes, Futurehead, Damien Rice and Michael Franti & Spearhead are the latest additions to the V-Festival line-up. The tickets are set to completely sell-out by the end of the week.
Inspiral Carpets, Turin Brakes, The Zutons and Ashley Hamilton have all been confirmed to play V Festival in CHelmsford and Staffordshire this August.
The Super Furry Animals, Mis-teeq, Big Brovaz, Dirty Vegas, Slovo are the latest to be added to the line up for this years V festival.
All camping tickets for tickets for the Chelmsford site have now sold out. Day passes and weekend passes without camping are still available. All tickets for the Weston Park site are still available but are expected to be snapped up very quickly.
The Hives and Echo & the Bunnymen are the latest additions to the V Festival, which takes place at Hylands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, Staffs on August 16th and 17th. The organisers expect the events to sell out imminently.
Another rumour has proved to be true, as Feeder will headline the NME Stage of the V Festival in Chelmsford and Staffordshire. Morcheeba and The Roots have also been confirmed.
Tickets for the 2003 V Festival have been breaking all previous records for first week, since they went on sale at 9am last Saturday. Don't worry - they're still available from the Virtual Festivals ticket shop.
V2003 tickets are now available to buy online, right here, priced £90.00 (Weekend with camping); £75.00 (Weekend no camping) and £42.50 (day tickets no camping) - plus booking fee. They always sell out fast!
We are proud to be the first to tell you that Coldplay will be headlining the opening night of V2003 in Chelmsford on August 16, and closing the festival in Staffordshire on August 17, with the Red Hot Chili Peppers headlining the alternating nights.
Supervamp PJ Harvey has become the first name to be confirmed for a stage and a day at V2003. She will play on the Main Stage at Weston Park, Staffordshire (August 16) and Chelmsford (August 17). QOTSA are also strongly rumoured to appear.
Virtual Festivals wish to apologise for spoiling the surprise when we predicted this a couple of weeks ago, but yes, it's true. V2003 will take place at Hylands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, Staffordshire on 16th and 17th August 2003.
Prince at Glastonbury? The Chili Peppers at V2003? Linkin Park and Jay-Z for Reading and Leeds? Travis for T in the Park? Yep, the rumour mill is in overdrive this year, but if speculation proves correct (and we usually are!) then the outlook rocks!