Richard Ashcroft, Gaz Coombes, Craig Charles, and Mary Anne Hobbs lead the final acts to be confirmed for Latitude Festival happening over the weekend of Thursday 18th to Sunday 21st July 2013 at Henham Park Estate, Suffolk.
Also confirmed are Chloe Howl, Bipolar Sunshine, Sivu, The Family Rain, Mt Wolf, Thomas Dybdahl, Superfood, and The Leisure Society.
Plus Mark Lamarr's Gods Jukebox adds Dave Barker & Sidewalk Doctors & Little George Sueref and Svengali with Katy Brand & Jonny Owen Q&A. Total Film will also present a Q&A with Paddy Considine, and a Dylan Thomas documentary hosted by Rhys Ifans.
With new additions for the Fashion, Cabaret & Live Art bill including Storm Models, Jamie Laing, a Graduate Fashion Show, and Soho Theatre.
They join Bloc Party, Kraftwerk with their 3D concert, and Foals will headline, plus Calexico, CocoRosie, iamamiwhoami, Mark Lanegan, Rhye, SOHN, The Tallest Man On Earth, White Denim, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Yo La Tengo are all festival exclusives. Also confirmed are Modest Mouse, Alt-J, Beach House, The Maccabees, Hot Chip, Cat Power, Local Natives, I Am Kloot, Steve Mason, Efterklang, Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba, James Blake, Villagers, Disclosure, Beth Orton, Akron Family, Willy Mason, Everything Everything, Daughter, Matthew E. White, mum, Laura Mvula, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Bo Ningen, Cat Power, Chvrches, Clean Bandit, Dan Croll, Dark Dark Dark, Drenge, Fimber Bravo, Friends, Hookworms, I Am Kloot, Jagwar Ma, Japandroids, Jessie Ware, Josephine, King Creosote, Malcolm Middleton, Marika Hackman, Mikhael Paskalev, Moon Duo, Purity Ring, Rachel Zeffira, Serafina Steer, Sinkane, Stealing Sheep, Sweet Baboo, Swim Deep, Tamikrest, Temples, The 1975, The Bots, Veronica Falls, Wave Machines, Widowspeak, Willy Mason, and Young Wonder.
Late night DJs include Guilty Pleasures, Buttoned Down Disco, Sink The Pink, and Disco Shed.
For the line-up details, please click here.
More acts are still to be announced for the stages dedicated to showcasing an eclectic line-up of established bands and budding new acts, with a stage nestled in a clearing in the woods, and another beside a lake. 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.
An adult weekend ticket is priced at £182.50 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 £5. A campervan permit is priced at £40.
To buy tickets now, click here.
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