Latitude FestivalLatitude Festival, which is set to take place from Thursday 25th to Sunday 28th July, promises a weekend of immersive cultural experiences at Henham Park in Suffolk. The line-up boasts an eclectic mix of headliners, including previously announced headliners Duran Duran, plus Kasabian, Keane, London Grammar, and Sara Pascoe, creating an exciting fusion of music and arts.

Duran Duran, the iconic British band, will deliver a UK festival exclusive performance, showcasing their ground breaking sound and style. With over 100 million album sales worldwide and numerous awards, they are set to captivate the Latitude audience. Kasabian, the Leicester rock superstars, will also headline with an exclusive festival performance, bringing their infectious energy and chart-topping hits to the stage.

London Grammar, known for their ethereal pop prowess, will make a triumphant return to the stage, offering a showcase of their billion-streamed catalogue. British megastars Keane will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their landmark debut album, "Hopes and Fears," in a headline performance, promising a set spanning their acclaimed discography.

The festival's director, Melvin Benn, expresses excitement about

The diverse and dynamic line-up, with each headliner bringing a unique energy and style to the event.

The inclusion of globe-trotting trio Khruangbin, legendary Nile Rodgers & CHIC, influential dance duo Orbital, and acclaimed singer Rag’n’Bone Man adds to the festival's musical richness.

The comedy line-up is equally impressive, featuring renowned comedian Sara Pascoe as the first comedy headliner. The comedy arena will showcase a mix of seasoned veterans and rising stars, providing a golden opportunity for festival-goers to witness top-notch comedic performances.

Latitude aims to cater to a wide range of tastes, offering an extensive line-up that includes Irish folk rabble-rousers The Mary Wallopers, indie-legends Reverend and the Makers, breakout band Picture Parlour, rockers Mary In The Junkyard, and punk's promising up-and-comers University.

The festival's commitment to supporting new talent is evident in the inclusion of Samira Banks, winner of the Edinburgh Fringe-based comedy competition "So You Think You're Funny?" Latitude will also host the Chortle Student Comedy Award finalists, showcasing emerging comedic talent.

In 2024, Latitude continues to transcend cultural boundaries with a diverse roster of comedy, theatre, and arts performances. The festival promises a stunning bill featuring world-class dance, cultural visionaries, poets, podcasters, and performance artists, creating an extraordinary weekend of entertainment and exploration.

With more acts yet to be announced, Latitude Festival 2024 is shaping up to be a celebration of creativity and artistic expression, inviting attendees to immerse themselves in a joyous weekend of discovery.

Latitude Festival Line Up

Latitude Festival 24 Line Up PosterTicket Information

Adults (16+): £308.00
Teen (13 - 15): £190.00
Child (5 - 12): £28.00

Prices include booking fees, payment plans available.

Tickets go on general sale at 11:00am Tuesday 12th December from the festival website