More music and talks have been revealed for the multi-arts Latitude Festival, which takes place for the 13th time over the weekend of Thursday 12th to Sunday 15th July 2018 at Henham Park Estate, Suffolk.
A range of events held across the festival will be held as part of the "Tomorrow's World.... It Takes A Village" programme. The series will feature talks, installations, discussions, and workshops on the future of technology, communication, healthcare, food, and more.
"The Future of Technology and Power" will feature guest panelists including tech author Carl Miller, Jamie Bartlett from BBC 2's The Secrets of Silicon Valley, and Jessica Stacey from Tech for Good Global.
"The Future of Space" welcomes Suzie Imber from BBC2's Astronauts, Jason Isaacs from Star Trek: Discovery and Harry Potter, Mark McCaughrean from the European Space Agency, and Helen Keen from BBC2's It Is Rocket Science.
"The Future of Learning in a Digital Age" will discuss the digital changes in progressing education and therapy with Bafta-winning immersive media specialist Catherine Allen, Professor Paul Howard-Jones from Channel 4's The Secret Life of 4 Year Olds, writer and digital strategist Marcus Gilroy-Ware, and dementia care expert Professor Esme Moniz-Cook.
Other programmes include "The Future of Food", "The Future of Healthcare", "The Future of Communication", spoken word adaptations of children's books, "Live Arts Kids Change" workshops, and more.
Also announced is the line-up for the BBC Introducing Stage, which will feature, by day:-
Friday:-Bessie Turner, Citadel, Judith Ude, Kongo Dia Ntotila, Neil Luck & Adam de la Cour, Op Sa, Sam Eagle, Simeon Walker, Tom Myles
Saturday:- Fran & Flora, Lewis Bootle, Matt Woods, Purdy, The Daydream Club, The Recks, Windjammer.
Sunday:- Isabelle Brown, Robocobra Quaret, Ruuby Francis, Seby Ntege, Thandii, Vigilantes
The musical line-up includes headliners The Killers, Solange, and Alt-J, plus James, Mogwai, Rag N Bone Man, Belle & Sebastian, Wolf Alice, The Vaccines, Jon Hopkins, Jacob Banks, Ibeyi, Hinds, Jessie Ware, Black Honey, The Breeders, Alvvays, And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, IDLES, Japandroids, Pip Blom, Nadine Shah, Fazerdaze, Pangaea, Superorganism, The Vaccines, Sleeper, Lee Scratch Perry with Mad Professor, Hollie Cook, Reeps One, & more. For a complete list of acts please see the line-up page.
An adult weekend ticket is priced at £197.50 with a Family Camping option also available, a teen weekend ticket were priced at £140.50. Campervan permits are priced at £40, and mobile home and caravan passes are priced at £60.
Saturday day tickets are now sold out.
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