V Festival 2014 line-up announced today

05:09 03 March 2014

V Festival 2013 in Hylands Park, Chelmsford.

V Festival 2013 in Hylands Park, Chelmsford.

© James McCauley

The V Festival 2014 line-up and headliners will be announced today (Monday).

V Festival 2014 important dates

* Monday, March 3 – 8pm

V Festival line-up announcement.

* Tuesday, March 4

Virgin Media pre-sale opens.

* Thursday, March 6 – 10am

Essex residents’ pre-sale opens for 24 hours.

* Thursday, March 6

Virgin Media pre-sale ends midnight.

* Friday, March 7 – 9am

General tickets on sale.

This year’s V Festival will take place over the weekend of Saturday, August 16 and Sunday, August 17 at Hylands Park across the county border in Chelmsford, Essex, and at twin site Weston Park, in Staffordshire.

The line-up for this summer’s rock and pop event will be announced today (Monday, March 3) at 8pm.

General tickets will go on sale again on Friday, March 7 at 9am.

A pre-sale for Virgin Media customers will open tomorrow (Tuesday, March 4).

An Essex residents’ pre-sale will open for 24 hours from 10am on Thursday, March 6.

No acts have been confirmed yet by organisers.

Visit the home page of the Virgin Media sponsored festival’s website – www.vfestival.com – for full details.

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