Submotion Orchestra, Andy Stott, Koreless, and more for Latitude Festival

film and music arena acts, and more announced

published: Thu 26th May 2016

Submotion Orchestra

Thursday 14th to Sunday 17th July 2016
Henham Park Estate, Beccles, Suffolk, NR34 8AN, England MAP
£197.50 weekend adult ticket, plus booking fees
daily capacity: 35000
last updated: Thu 9th Jun 2016

The line-up of acts and films has been announced for the The Film and Music Arena at this summer's Latitude Festival 2016 happening from Thursday 14th to Sunday 17th July 2016 at Henham Park Estate, in Suffolk.

Submotion Orchestra, Andy Stott, Koreless, and DJs Femi & Ross Allen, Adam Green, Adam Buxton presents a special edition of his celebrated 'BUG' show, titled Bug: David Bowie in dedication to the life and career of the late musician, London Contemporary Orchestra presents works by Jonny Greenwood, Mica Levi, Michael Gordon, and Steve Reich, The Festival Choir, Cassetteboy & DJ Rubbish, Lau, Brian Lobel, Grace Petrie, and Parker.

White Mink return to Present Vintage Remix featuring Jenova Collective, Nick Hollywood, Scarecrow, dancer Lee Bruck and company, DJ Chris Tofu, Temple Funk Collective, and Daytoner

The Film and Music Arena will also host a screening of Adam Green's Aladdin plus a Q&A, Vincent Haycock's The Odyssey a short film featuring Florence And The Machine, Gary Numan : Android In La La Land the documentary directed by Steve Read, and poetry with Maya Angelou's And Still I Rise. Plus Sheffield Doc Fest Present The Meaning Of Live, and there's a Q&A with Holly Gilliam.

Acts added across the other stages include the Faraway Forest hosting violinist Laura Cannell, and composer and multi-instrumentalist Sarah Angliss, Guilty Pleasures at the Late Night at Sunrise Arena, Buttoned Down Disco, Rave Karaoke with host and DJ Anna Greenwood, and Pandora's Playground will host Disco Shed.

Keith Allen returns with his Establishment Club featuring his own band Grow Up, as well as Emily Capell, Kitty Finer, Jack Jones, The Haggis Horns, Cowtown, Big Intent, El Rewind, Brix & The Extricated, Dingus Khan, Purple Lights, and The Woodentops.

These new additions join a music line up fronted by The Maccabees, The National (UK festival exclusive), and New Order who top a bill that includes Soulwax, Beirut, Chvrches, M83, John Grant, The Lumineers, Courtney Barnett, Father John Misty (only UK festival performance), Daughter, Chet Faker, British Sea Power, Squeeze, Laura Mvula, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Michael Kiwanuka, Sturgill Simpson, Alif, Grimes, Of Monsters and Men, Frightened Rabbit, Slaves, Loyle Carner, Billie Marten, Kiran Leonard, Bear's Den, Miike Snow, Kurt Vile & the Violators, Half Moon Run, MØ, Christine and the Queens, Polica, Lapsley, Roots Manuva, Perfume Genius, Oh Wonder, Jamie Woon, Rat Boy, Aurora, Mura Masa, Lucius, Jungle (DJ set), David Rodigan, Mike Skinner & Murkage presents Tonga, Pantha Du Prince presents The Triad, Black Mountain, Anna Meredith, Blanck Mass, Bob Moses, Cloves, Drones Club, Hayden James, Augustines, Junun ft. Shye Ben Tzur and The Rajasthan Express, Gold Panda, Steve Mason, Foy Vance, Emmy the Great, Sidestepper, Lonely The Brave, Artful Dodger, The Anchoress, Sophie, Suggs (DJ Set), DMA's, Dungen, Methyl Ethel, The Invisible, Clean Cut Kid, The Very Best, The Menendez Brothers, Shock Machine, Odetta Hartman, Phoria, Ardyn, Barns Courtney, Danny L Harle, Frances, Hana, Joseph, Kagoule, Kero Kero Bonito, The Magic Gang, Otherkin, Palace Winter, Peluche, Petite Noir, Rationale, Rukhsana Merrise, Skinny Girl Diet, Tibet, Tired Lion, Three Trapped Tigers, White, Highasakite, Holly Macve, Kelly Lee Owens, Lambert, Little Green Cars, Marlon Williams, Money, Protomartyr, Suuns, and more.

Poets include Katie Bonna, Rob Auton, Jemima Foxtrot, Don Paterson, John Hegley, Hollie McNish, Elaine Feinstein, Henry Normal, Michael Pedersen, Buddy Wakefield, Luke Wright, Attila the Stockbroker, Mark Grist, Tim Clare, Tim Wells, Martin Newell & The Hosepipe Band, John Osborne, Benin City, Josh Idehen, Helen Mort, Frankie Vah, Talia Randall, Harry Baker, Derek McLuckie, and Rosy Carrick.

For the line-up details as available see the Latitude line-up page.

Latitude isn't just about music and colourful sheep, but has a full spectrum of art including film, comedy, theatre, cabaret, dance, poetry, literature and art. Each year, a theme or group of ideas underscores Latitude's arts programme. This year's theme is 'Love Thy Neighbour'.

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An adult weekend ticket is priced at £192.50 with a Family Camping option also available, a teen weekend ticket is priced at £132.50, with a weekend ticket for all children aged 5 -12 years priced at £8. Campervan permits are priced at £40, and mobilehome and caravan passes are priced at £60.



Thursday 14th to Sunday 17th July 2016
Henham Park Estate, Beccles, Suffolk, NR34 8AN, England MAP
£197.50 weekend adult ticket, plus booking fees
daily capacity: 35000
last updated: Thu 9th Jun 2016


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