That's Latitude festival done then, another one and the second of the year.
Musically I watched Silversun Pickups, Albert Hammond Jr, Charlotte Hatherly, Elvis Perkins, The Magic Numbers, CSS, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Bat For Lashes, Camera Obscura, Arcade Fire, Jarvis Cocker, Angus and Julia Stone and of all of those I enjoyed Camera Obscura, Silversun Pickups, Elvis Perkins, Angus and Julia Stone, Albert Hammond and Jarvis the most. I was a little disappointed by Arcade Fire to be honest, a lot of stuff from the second album.
That all said musically it wasnt diverse either, it was indie in all its varients, and it pretty much didnt waver off that all weekend.
The festival site was pretty nice, flat and not massively huge like Glastonbury and parking was quite close to the camping area, for a fat chuffer like me, this was important.
The facilities were a little sparse, one block of toilets for the whole campsite, and no bins at all in the campsite, none.
The bars thankfully werent Carling, it was tuborg, not that it made a real difference as I was drinking wine all weekend but still.
Not much more to add to be honest, wouldnt go back there, it left me hankering for a little punk and that was not going to happen. It was expensive and in all honesty, not worth the money. And Bat for lashes are absolutely shockingly bad.