V Festival 2014 MTV highlights on tonight

16:54 30 August 2014

V Festival

V Festival


Highlights from V Festival 2014 will be screened on music channel MTV tonight (Saturday).

V Festival took place earlier this month at Hylands Park in Essex and Weston Park, Staffordshire, with The Killers and Justin Timberlake headlining the main stage.

Live footage from the rock and pop music festival will be shown on Sky channel 350 and Virgin 310 from 7pm this evening (August 30).

MTV Music’s coverage from the Hylands Park leg in Chelmsford starts with local lass and Strictly Come Dancing 2014 contestant Pixie Lott treating the V Festival crowd to performances of hits such as Nasty, Break Up Song and her party anthem All About Tonight.

Fans of John Newman should tune in from 7.30pm to 8pm to hear hits from his debut album Tribute.

From 8pm, there’s a chance to see some of Tom Odell’s V Festival set, and this will be followed by George Ezra’s bluesy tones from the MTV Stage at 8.30pm.

Highlights from I Predict A Riot festival favourites Kaiser Chiefs will be screened from 9pm for half an hour, and at 9.30pm it is time for some Bastille, the Brit winners rolling out hits such as Flaws, Of The Night and crowd fave, Pompeii.

MTV’s coverage continues at 10pm with chart-topping rapper/singer Example, whose explosive performance featured hits such as Kickstarts and Changed The Way You Kissed Me.

At 10.30pm, festival-goers can relive some of Elbow’s epic headline performance from the MTV Stage.

Ed Sheeran’s set will feature from 11pm, with the singer-songwriter’s crowd-pleasing performance including hits Lego House, Sing and Don’t.

MTV’s V Festival programme continues from 11.30pm with Laura Whitmore presenting Saturday’s best bits, featuring Ed Sheeran, Bastille, Example and main stage headliner Justin Timberlake.

This hour programme is followed at 12.30am on Sunday with another 60 minutes of best bits until 1.30am.

A second series of highlights from V Festival 2014 is due to be screened on MTV Music on Saturday, September 6, starting from 7pm.

Among the acts featured are Sam Smith, Aloe Blacc, Katy B, Rizzle Kicks, Lily Allen, Rudimental, Tinie Tempah, Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, Paolo Nutini and headliners The Killers.

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