Latitude is now completely sold out. No tickets are available.
=== story from 12th July 2019 ===
Next week's Latitude Festival, which takes place for the 14th time from Thursday 18th to Sunday 21st July 2019 at Henham Park Estate, Suffolk has just sold out of Saturday day tickets.
Limited weekend tickets, and Friday and Sunday day tickets are still available, so if you want one get in quick or lose out.
Weekend and day tickets are priced as follows:-
adult weekend with camping: £202.50
teen weekend with camping: £137.50
child weekend with camping: £15
adult day: £77.50
child day: £10
Latitude includes George Ezra, Stereophonics, Lana Del Rey, Underworld, Frank Skinner, Katherine Ryan, Jason Manford, and Michelle Wolf, topping the eclectic bill of music and arts, plus foodie feasts and family fun,
Others performing over the weekend include Loyle Carner, Neneh Cherry, Sigrid, Ben Folds & A Piano, Tom Grennan, Cat Power, Khruangbin, MARINA, Anna Calvi, Pale Waves, Baxter Dury, Walking On Cars, Primal Scream, Everything Everything, Slaves, MØ, Gomez, The Futureheads, Freya Ridings, Parcels, Nadine Shah, Sons Of Kemet, Teleman, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Ray Blk, The Japanese House, and Julia Jacklin, as well as comedy from by Tom Allen, Nish Kumar, Rachel Parris, Nick Helm, Marcus Brigstocke, Tiff Stevenson, Police Cops, and Tom Parry.
In The Music & Film Arena, Emmy winner, BAFTA winner, and all-round screenwriting legend Richard Curtis joins Himesh Patel the star of his new feel-good movie Yesterday for a screening followed by a Q&A session with the British superstars. Charlie Brooker with Annabel Jones, Mark Kermode and Asif Kapadia also top the bill. Elsewhere a diverse range of literature, and poetry are on offer, such as Deborah Levy, Max Porter, Naomi Wood, Hannah Jane Walker, Poet Laurite Simon Armitage, Joe Dunthorne, Luke Wright,as well as The Listening Post is brand new stage for 2019 where festivalgoers can watch some of the best podcasts live such as Feminists Don’t Wear Pink, Wooden Overcoats, The Tip Off, Griefcast,and Rule of Three.
Latitude Festival will also offer an extensive dance and theatre programme, this year confirming Dance Umbrella, Sadler’s Wells and Historic Royal Palaces with Theatre Arena headliners Frantic Assembly celebrating their 25th anniversary, Daughter presented by Quiptake and National Theatre Live.
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