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  1. I quite like it, which is a bit of a shame as I can’t really afford it this year. Groove armada aside, I could probably just go and see gigs for the main acts I’m interested in

  2. 11 minutes ago, Gilgamesh69 said:

    Caribou was 11:15pm -12:45am

    Mogwai was 11pm - 12:30am

    Fontaines was 10:40pm - 11:45pm.


    So actually quite late for a UK fest tbh

    Thanks! I didn’t have the specific times to hand, I knew that Caribou and Mogwai finished after midnight

  3. Last year was my first GM, but I feel like the mountain stage already went refreshingly late compared to lots of festivals. It’s one festival where you could feasibly have a “double headliner” and both are in the dark?

    It doesn’t feel unimaginable that they could do that and have Bicep on after Kraftwerk/Metronomy (those being the two more likely imo)

  4. Just now, lessthanwill1 said:

    “Bit by a dead bee” next clue 

    Foxing have a couple of songs, "Bit by a dead bee" parts 1 & 2, but that's not so much a clue?

    'Bit by a dead bee' is the title of Season 2 Episode 3 of Breaking Bad, so maybe Glass Animals 

  5. 25 minutes ago, phildotbott said:

    New clue alert. They've just tweeted 50.83304,-0.1814. Which seems to be the longitude and latitude of the Hove area...

    More specifically to a co-op…someone on Twitter says Bess Atwell - she has a single called co-op and is from Brighton apparently

  6. 10 minutes ago, benali said:

    Can confirm one correct guess on this list.

    I had a conversation with a band after their gig this evening. When I said "I hope they've booked you for Green Man" they went "well, err, um, err" and changed the subject.

    That’ll be deathcrash then, happy days

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  7. 11 hours ago, lessthanwill1 said:

    Got all my fingers crossed for Les Savy Fav as well.  They’re at Primavera so there’s a slim chance.  One of the best bands I’ve ever seen live!

    Surely they’ll be in Europe for more than just one festival! I’m just glad that they’re active again, I missed the boat on them the first time round

  8. 1. deathcrash

    2. Beach House

    3. Elkka (after dark)

    4. For Those I Love

    5. Jenny Hval

    6. Let’s Eat Grandma

    7. Porij

    8. DITZ

    9. Orlando Weeks

    10. The Reytons


    Acts I’d love to see but am not expecting: How to Dress Well, Les Savy Fav, Emperor X

  9. 1 hour ago, Supernintendo Chalmers said:

    Does anyone know of anyone who got COVID during or after the festival? I've got zero symptoms and taken three LFTs in three days, just to see and absolutely nothing. Which is obviously great. And I made sure that I mixed it up whilst there, just like a normal pre-pandemic event. Hugs with strangers, no social distancing, moshing with the kids in the weird DnB caravan, the lot. With the way transmission was in the UK this time last week, I was prepared for the elevated risk of contracting it but I figured I'd let the double-jab reduce the effects, if so. The only ill-effects that have been felt from the festival are to my bank account! 

    I really hope that this is a good sign for festivals and other events going forward.


    A friend of mine had a (faint line) positive LFT yesterday morning, awaiting PCR results. A few others of our group, myself and partner included, have been pinged but LFTs all negative thus far

  10. 13 minutes ago, chrisplowman said:

    Massive gap on the BBC Sounds stage on Sunday afternoon. Imagine the secret guest goes in there?

    Have Mr Jukes & Barney Artist been added to the schedule? Can't find them on the app, but as Mr Jukes is Jack Steadman from Bombay Bicycle Club, I would expect them to be playing on Sunday

  11. 5 minutes ago, Callum_96 said:

    Over the moon with that line up! Anyone else noticed the actor Iwan Rehon is on second on Sunday on the Rising Stage?

    Yeah haha! I remember listening to a few of his songs a few years ago (around when he was in misfits). Simple acoustic singer-songwriter stuff iirc

  12. 5 minutes ago, mpdow2 said:

    Agree the clashfinders are not correct. But do we know whether the Sunrise stage normally has a band after the main stage finishes? I think that is unlikely but the clashfinder I shared has assumed that so wondering if there was a reason why

    The headliners for Sunrise start & end slightly earlier than the BBC & Obelisk stages - you can watch all of the set at the Sunrise and head over to catch the last few songs on the others if that's your bag.


    Then as soon as the main stages finish at 11pm, the sunrise has late night acts - maybe a live act or two (usually electronic/hip-hop) followed by DJs until 3am

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  13. 12 minutes ago, Diamond24 said:

    Anyone know if they will have a camping shop/stall on site which sells air beds etc? I've messaged them but no reply as of yet.

    There always has been in the past - in the "Village" in the campsite

  14. 23 minutes ago, gfa said:

    They will be about right unless new acts get added. Chems is definitely going to be longer, probably swap their timings with rudimental's honestly - no idea why they made rudimental so long

    This is probably just using the timings from the 2019 festival where Stereophonics headlined before a ‘closing’ set from underworld. 

    Latitude headliners get 90 minutes, subs typically get around an hour but this is more flexible. (I don’t know what the timings will be like for the Sunday joint headliners)

  15. 45 minutes ago, Jacksamthompson said:

    Maybe some sort of last min special guest?


    Damon Albarn added to saturday - on 6music now talking about it

    Edit: Sunset set on the Waterfront Stage

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  16. 1 hour ago, Brave Sir Robin said:


    It's not new today, Dave Seaman first posted it a couple of days ago. But yeah we must be due another announcement soon - not long left! I'm not expecting any more big names, but some more little ones would be great.

    Ah, good to know cheers.


    1 minute ago, Havors said:

    Does anyone have any idea how late the after hours stuff goes on? My first time at latitude and i hate other festivals that literally shut everything at 12am. 

    It's either 2am or 3am (I think 3am, but can't remember for sure) - so not glastonbury, but there's usually a couple of live (mostly electronic) acts in the sunrise arena & solas, as well as a bunch of DJ sets scattered around

  17. 43 minutes ago, Supernintendo Chalmers said:

    The 3D boys (Darren Emerson, Dave Seaman and Danny Howells) are playing.



    This looks like a "proper" (in the fest's branding) graphic, I wonder if there's going to be an announcement at 10am and these jumped the gun a bit?

  18. On 7/2/2021 at 6:29 PM, Copperface said:

    Why is there no Lake Stage listed on the website?

    Just to add to others’ explanations, it is usually announced later than the initial line-up; I think because it’s been hosted/curated by Huw Stephens & tends to be entirely up-and-comers so I suppose bookings can be slightly closer to the fest

  19. Lauren Laverne just played a track by Roscoe Roscoe on 6Music and mentioned that they’re playing at Green Man. They weren’t on last year’s poster; to me that’s a promising sign if some media folk are itk about line-ups etc.

  20. 21 hours ago, Supernintendo Chalmers said:

    There'd be no way of preventing you from moving around the whole site. The only area you won't have access to is the camp site, I'd expect

    They do sometimes let day ticket folks into the campsite - a few friends of mine have done that in the past to come back for a can. It’s probably down to the discretion of the wristband team on the day though, so worth checking. 

    But yeah, everything bar some food trucks/market stalls is in the main arena

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