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Mutiny Festival 2016

  • King George V Fields, Portsmouth, United Kingdom
  • 28-29 May 2016
Mutiny Festival 2016
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Dancing on the south coast

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Mutiny Festival is a weekend dance music festival in Portsmouth. Combining four stages, carnival performers, secret discos, international street food, cocktails and more, Mutiny is as much a summer carnival as it is a music festival.

With the main party running from midday until late evening, ravers will also have the chance to take their insanity into Portsmouth city centre, hitting up the variety of afterparties to keep the mayhem going till sunrise. 

For a festival that'll be celebrating just its third birthday in 2016, Mutiny has already made its mark on the south coast with hip-hop royalty Snoop Dogg headlining in 2015. And with the likes of Steve Angello, CeeLo Green and Sub Focus turning out this year, we've no doubt that the best is still yet to come from this dance weekender.

Headliners

Lineup


Main Stage


Warehouse Big Top



Main Stage


Warehouse Big Top

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King George V Fields is a large park just to the north of Portsmouth, 2 minutes from Cosham Train Station on foot. 


Address

King George V Fields, Portsmouth, United Kingdom

FAQs

BY PLANE: Portsmouth is just a 45 minute train journey from Southampton Airport.

BY TRAIN: Portsmouth is around a 3 hour train journey from London, and is also easily accessible by rail from the rest of the UK.

The festival site is just a 2 minute walk from Cosham Train Station, which is either a 7 minute train ride from Fratton Station, or a 15 minute bus journey from the city centre (bus numbers 23, 18, 3, 7).

There is a minimum age of entry of 16, however, those aged 16 or 17 must be accompanied by an adult. 

All ticketing updates can be found here.

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