Latitude FestivalLatitude Festival, set to take place from Thursday 22nd - Sunday August, has unveiled an impressive comedy line up and expanded its music roster, offering a diverse and unforgettable experience. The comedy bill includes headliners Jo Brand, Judi Love, and Joanne McNally, alongside Sara Pascoe, Lucy Beamont, Grace Campbell, Laura Smyth, Mark Simmons, Sarah Keyworth, Sophie Duker, The Comedy Store, and The Horne Section.

In addition to the stellar comedy line up, Latitude Festival introduces over 25 new music additions, featuring acclaimed acts such as The Vaccines, Future Islands, Lankum, Jockstrap, Ash, Caity Baser, CMAT, The Darkness, Waxahatchee, Corinne Bailey Rae, David Duchovony, BC Camplight, Marika Hackman, and Baby Queen. The festival, renowned for its eclectic music talent curation, promises an unparalleled musical odyssey on the Obelisk Stage, ensuring an unforgettable sonic experience.

The Vaccines, torchbearers for British guitar music, make a significant return with their sixth studio album, "Pick-Up Full of Pink Carnations," and express their excitement about performing at Latitude. Pop provocateur Caity Baser, a rising star with Brits Rising Star nomination, is set to showcase her catchy melodies and relatable lyrics. Dublin singer-songwriter CMAT, hailed as "the greatest popstar on the planet," brings a mature sound blending indie, country, and pop hits with a camp twist.

The homegrown Suffolk band, The Darkness, celebrates the 20th anniversary of their debut album, "Permission To Land," with a special Latitude slot. Waxahatchee, Baby Queen, and Zamrock pioneers WITCH add further diversity to the lineup, offering folk, indie rock, and a fusion of African music and rock, respectively.

Future Islands, the synth-pop ensemble from Baltimore, headlines the second stage, presenting their seventh album, "People Who Aren’t There." Dublin quartet Lankum, renowned for their blend of traditional folk and experimental soundscapes, tops the bill, following the release of their Mercury-nominated album, ‘False Lankum.’ Jockstrap, the electronic pop duo with a Mercury-shortlisted debut, and alternative rock mainstay Ash, celebrating three decades and a new album, "Race the Night," contribute to the festival's dynamic musical landscape.

Grammy Award-winner Corinne Bailey Rae, BC Camplight, Golden Globe winner David Duchovny, Marika Hackman, and other noteworthy acts enrich the line up, spanning genres from rock and indie to folk and country. The Sunrise stage, headlined by Armand Hammer, features a diverse range of artists, including Evian Christ, English Teacher, Julie Byrne, Nieve Ella, and Alessi Rose.

These artists join the likes of Duran Duran, Kasabian London Grammar and Keane.

Latitude Festival promises an immersive experience with a carefully curated blend of comedy and music, ensuring festivalgoers an unforgettable journey through an array of genres and artistic expressions.

Line Up

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Ticket Information

Weekend Camping

Adult (16+): £308.00
Teen (13 - 15): £190.00
Child (5 - 12): £28.00
Under 5s: Free