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Latitude Release Full Line-Up for 2018 Festival

Latitude Festival, which takes place at Henham Park in Suffolk between July 12th-15th, have just released their full line-up and stage splits for this year’s skirmish – and what a bill they have presented us with!

Their headliners are breathtaking as is, with The KillersSolange, and Alt-J topping the list of impressive acts making their way to England’s south-east this summer.

Not simply content with getting this little lot out there, the organisers have dropped the remaining acts confirmed to wow ticket-holders this summer. All stages have been released, meaning that we have the scoop on exactly where your favourite acts will be appearing over the course of the four days.

Latitude‘s main venue, the Obelisk Stage, will be hosting The VaccinesWolf Alice, and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man. They will be joined by other luminaries such as Jessie WareThe Charlatans, and 90’s indie-poppers, Sleeper.

BBC Music Stage will be featuring performances from Mancunian sofa invitationalists, James, post-rockers, Mogwai, Tune Yards, and the amazing Hannah Peel, who will be joined by Tubular Brass, presumably for a rendition of her wonderful Mary Casio album. We recommend catching this as it is quite simply one of the most breathtaking collections of compositions you’ll ever bear witness to.

The Sunrise Arena covers the electronic side of proceedings, with Warp Records favourite, Clark, heading the stage. DJ BoringOr:la, and Japandroids will also be out in force.

The Lake Stage will include sets from Confidence Man and Sam Fender, amongst others.

On a non-musical note (pun intended) there will be a huge comedy programme featuring the likes of Harry Hill, while talk workshops will be hosted by the interpid journo, Stacey Dooley, who will be discussing ‘women who fight back’ as part of her presentation.

Tickets for Latitude Festival are still available to purchase – you can grab yours, here.


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