Latitude is confirmed to happen from Thursday 22nd until Sunday 25th July 2021 - now in the school holidays - at Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk.
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 together for a fun-filled, cultural adventure by the sea.
Latitude has confirmed it will welcome a full capacity audience onsite this year. The festival will go ahead as it will feature in the latest phase of the UK Government's Event Research Programme (ERP).
Ticket holders will be asked for either proof of a negative lateral flow test taken within 48 hours of arrival at the festival, or proof of full vaccination, the second dose having been received at least 14 days prior to the first day of attending the festival.
The festival will be headlined by Wolf Alice (Friday), The Chemical Brothers (Saturday), and co-headlined by Bastille and Bombay Bicycle Club (Sunday).
Other acts include: Supergrass, Alfie Templeman, Sons of Kemet, Villagers, and Black Honey, Kaiser Chiefs, Mabel, Rick Astley, Hot Chip, Fontaines DC, Alfie Templeman, Nadia Rose, Sea Girls, James Vincent McMorrow, Declan McKenna, Maisie Peters, Greentea Peng, Nubya Garcia, Bad Sounds, Griff, and many more.
For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as follows:-
Adult weekend including camping: £210
Accompanied Teen Weekend tickets (13-15 years) including camping: £145
Child Weekend tickets - £15
Latitude provide a 2-for-1 scheme, for disabled ticket holders who require a full time assistant with a free ticket for their PA. They give priority to customers in receipt of Higher Rate assistance for Personal Care and Mobility although each application is considered individually. The 2 for 1 scheme will open in April 2013. Applications cannot be submitted before this date. To be eligible for the scheme the booking reference number will be needed in order to apply for a free ticket for a carer or PA.
Latitude has an exclusive cultural programme housed across ten separate arts arenas, as well as making use of the woods and lake, the festival will showcase comics, filmmakers, visual artists, poets, authors, actors, directors and dancers in the Arts Arenas - The Comedy, Poetry, Literacy, Theatre, Music & Film, Dance and Cabaret Arena.
There is a dedicated family campsite, for families with children under 13 (who can attend for FREE) within the public camping area and also a family campervan area within family camping.
Latitude has a huge array of family-friendly activities available for children and parents alike that will create happy memories to last all year. Activities include creative crafting, live music, wildlife & adventure, fun with food, theatre & outdoor performance, late night programme, screen printing, comedy4kids, bouncing shoes & baffling bikes, weaving & carving, archaeology, jam hubs, face painting, and DJing.
Arranged around the banks of the central Latitude lake is the incredible Kids Area, where children are entertained all day and into the night with everything from pond dipping and star gazing, to fire shows, pizza making, traditional woodland crafts and a host of exciting science experiments.
The Inbetweeners' Teen Area is perfect for teenagers to enjoy taking part in music, media, fashion and technology workshops, or tackle wildlife survival skills and assault courses suspended from the trees.
More information will be here when available.
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welcoming a full capacity audience onsite with conditions on entry for all ticketholders