Latitude Festival is the latest of this summer’s music festivals to release details surrounding this year’s line-up.

We found out everything you need to know.

When is it?

This year, Latitude will take place from Thursday July 13 to Sunday July 16.

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Where is it?

The festival’s home is Henham Park in Henham, Suffolk.

The nearest train stations to the site are Diss and Halesworth, though there are currently no official shuttle buses  planned to the festival site.

Big Green Coach will be running coaches directly to the festival from 19 locations. Visit Latitude’s website for more information.

Who is headlining?

Friday’s headline slot is taken by The 1975, with Mumford & Sons performing on Saturday, and Fleet Foxes closing the festival on Sunday.


Top left: The 1975; top right: Fleet Fooxes; bottom: Mumford & Sons

Both The 1975 and Mumford & Sons have previously performed at the festival in 2013 and 2010 respectively, while this will be Fleet Foxes first time at Latitude.

Other acts to look out for over the weekend include Jack Garratt, Fatboy Slim and Placebo.

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What else can I expect?

Other than music, Latitude will also have a number of other elements including theatre, dance,  art, comedy, cabaret, literature, poetry and politics.

One such act worth watching is world renowned ballet company, Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures.

Can I still get tickets?

Currently there are still tickets available via Ticketmaster.

An adult ticket for the whole weekend will set you back £205.

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