Latitude adds Patrick Wolf, Casiokids, Chew Lips and more

news acts include Lisa Hannigan, Chas & Dave, and Little Comets

published: Tue 12th May 2009

Wild Beasts

Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th July 2009
Henham Park Estate, Beccles, Suffolk, NR34 8AN, England MAP
weekend ticket £150 - SOLD OUT, day tickets are priced at £60
last updated: Mon 13th Jul 2009

There's a host of new musical additions added to the line-up at this summer's Latitude Festival held in July at Henham Park Estate, Suffolk.

Patrick Wolf


Wild Beasts
Added to the line-up for the Obelisk Arena are Patrick Wolf, The Airborne Toxic Event, Lisa Hannigan, Amazing Baby, and Wild Beasts.

Newly announced for The Uncut Arena are Chairlift, The Mummers, White Belt Yellow Tag, and The Invisible.

The Sunrise Arena adds !!!, Skint & Demoralised, 1990's, Animal Kingdom, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, Fight Like Apes, Kurran and the Wolfnotes, and Juliette Commagere to its line-up.

The BBC Introducing line-up on The Lake Stage will include Bombay Bicycle Club, Little Comets, Casiokids, Marina and the Diamonds, Speech Debelle, Chew Lips, Django Django, Bishi, The Agitator, The Cheek, and Not Squares.

In the Film & Music Arena Mark Lamarr will be presenting his God's Jukebox with live acts including T-99, Chas & Dave, The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, The Flirtations, and the Prince Fatty Revue featuring Winston Francis, Dennis Alcapone, and Little Roy.

In the same arena Birds Eye View will be presenting 1920s Vamp film Salome with live performances from Bishi, Zongamin, and Neil Kaczor, and Cape Farewell brings together artists, writers and scientists for their climate-focused work with live performances from the previously announced Shlomo, Marcus Brigstocke and a Q&A with very special guest.

Also appearinging in the Film & Music Arena will be Noise Of Art, Ditto, SonVer, BUG hosted by Adam Buxton, Encounters Short Film Festival with short filmmaker Tom Harper and producer Ivana Mackinnon (Slumdog Millionnaire), Beautiful & The Dammed DJs, and the film 'The Posters Came From The Walls'.

Finally in the woods will be The Scaremongers.

They are the latest additions to an extensive bill of acts headlined by Pet Shop Boys on Friday, Grace Jones on Saturday, and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds on Sunday. Other acts playing over the weekend include Spiritualized, Magazine, Newton Faulkner, Camille O'Sullivan, Bat For Lashes, Doves, Editors, Gossip, Turin Brakes (acoustic), and Belle & Sebastian (DJ set) and more. For the line-up details as available please click here

Latitude takes place from Friday 17th to Sunday 19th July 2009, with the festival opening it's gates on Thursday 16th July for some limited non-musical entertainment. Latitude festival goers can expect music, art, comedy, film, literature, theatre, performance art, dance, sculpture, workshops, restaurants and waiter service bars.

Weekend tickets are on sale and are priced at £150, day tickets are priced at £60, and a campervan Pass is priced at £10. Children aged 12 or under will be eligible for free tickets for Latitude Festival 2009 when accompanied by a ticket holding adult.

To buy tickets, click here.


Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th July 2009
Henham Park Estate, Beccles, Suffolk, NR34 8AN, England MAP
weekend ticket £150 - SOLD OUT, day tickets are priced at £60
last updated: Mon 13th Jul 2009


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