More musical additions have been added to the line-up for Latitude Festival held from Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th July 2015 in the grounds of Henham Park Estate, in Suffolk.
The Film & Music Arena will host Roni Size Reprazent, Matthew Herbert and friends, Max Cooper, Joe Mcalinden, Games, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Gazelle Twin & Carla Mackinnon who present 'Out of Body'. Carla and Elizabeth (Gazelle Twin) will be on stage for a q&a session following the performance, and Academy Award nominated filmmaker Brett Morgen brings his film Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck. Regular Mark Lamarr also returns with his God’s Jukebox wih Horace Andy, and Sister Cookie.
White Mink return to Latitude this year with The Electro Swing Speakeasy and present Swingrowers, Gypsies of Bohemia, The After Hours Quintet, DJ/VJ Nick Hollywood, Bees Knees, Swing Patrol, and Dept Of Brilliant.
The Little House will host the screening of Kevin Allen's Under Milkwood starring Rhys Ifans and written by Murray Lachlan Young. The screening will be part of an Under Milkwood installation with the cast and Welsh choir. A
In The Faraway Forest, The National Portrait Gallery's Choir in residence, The Portrait Choir return to Latitude to perform a specially devised piece The Dawn Chorus - the trees come to life. Performed within the Faraway Forest on the Saturday morning of the festival the piece takes inspiration from the recent Portrait Choir performance of the Poet, the Lover and the Lunatic.
Keith Allen's Establishment Club brings Pere Ubu, Thabo & The Real Deal, The Hot Sprockets, Dirty Soul Rockers, Dingus Khan, Jack Flash, The Ship-Tones, Christine Staples, Grow Up, Ruts DC, and more to be announced.
Gwenno the Welsh avant-pop singer is added to the The Lake Stage.
Nestled deep in the heart of the woods is the neon lit In the Woods Stage hosting late night DJS including Si Kurrage, Ket Shah & DJ AKA, Abi Clarke, Ashley Beedle & Jo Wallace present: A History of Black Music, and Si Kurrage, Mr Shiver (Size Doesn't Matter) Other late night entertainment includes United Vibrations, Brand New Wayo, Nerija, Buttoned Down Disco, Guilty Pleasures, and Disco Shed.
The music line-up includes Alt-J, Portishead, and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will headline, plus Manic Street Preachers, Caribou, James Blake, Laura Marling, Wild Beasts, Lianne La Havas, Seasick Steve, Jose Gonzalez, Femi Kuti and the Positive Force, Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens, Benjamin Booker, JP Cooper, Jon Hopkins, The Vaccines, SBTRKT, Django Django, Public Service Broadcasting, Catfish & The Bottlemen, La Roux, Years And Years, Toro Y Moi, Savages, Wolf Alice, Young Fathers, Kwabs, Sun Kil Moon/Mark Kozelek, King Creosote, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Thurston Moore Band, The Districts, Soak, Clark, Clare Maguire, Neon Waltz, Prides, Aquilo, Charlie Cunningham, Clarence Clarity, Denai Moore, Formation, Gulf, Eaves, Boxed In, Man Made, Petite Meller, Pretty Vicious, Sundara Karma, To Kill A King, Outfit, The 2 Bears, Adult Jazz, Kiasmos, Jack Garratt, Shura, Gengahr, Ibeyi, Susanne Sundfor, DM Stith, Duke Garwood, Leon Bridges, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, The Twilight Sad, Curtis Harding, Marika Hackman, Nadine Shah, Dolores Haze, Ben UFO, DJ Ez, Monki, Alexander Nut, The Four Owls, The Busy Twist, Werkha, Chilly Gonzales & Kaiser Quartett, Sadler's Wells, The Portrait Choir, Simon Armitage, John Cooper Clarke, Michael Rosen, Nick Helm, George The Poet, and more.
For the line-up details as available see the Latitude line-up page.
Latitude offers much more than coloured sheep and music, however and the first of the other entertainments of art which will include film, comedy, theatre, cabaret, dance, poetry, and literature have been revealed too.
An adult weekend ticket is priced at £192.50 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 £8. Campervan permits are priced at £39.50, and mobilehome and caravan passes are priced at £59.50, Day tickets are not yet on sale.
Tickets can also be paid for in instalments, and secured with a first payment of £50.
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