More acts have been revealed for Latitude Festival, which will take place for the 15th time from Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th July 2020 at Henham Park Estate, Suffolk.
After having to cancel last year due to illness, Snow Patrol return to perform their latest album 'Reworked' live with a special lunchtime performance on the main Obelisk Stage.
Speaking about their upcoming performance, the band said: “Snow Patrol are thrilled to perform our Reworked set (featuring 14 musicians no less) as special guests. Having played the first ever Latitude in 2006 we were gutted that injury forced us to cancel our headline slot last year. Thank you Latitude for giving us another chance to make it up.”
With Sunday's stage headliner still to be announced, Friday's headliner for the BBC Sounds Stage is King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard (pictured above), plus other announcements for the same stage are La Roux, Nubya Garcia, Cate Le Bon, Stella Donnelly, Purity Ring, Kate Tempest, Oscar Jerome, King Kong Company, Banks, Anna Meredith, The Beths, and Annabel Allum.
The Sunrise Arena will have Ghetts, and Hinds, and then alphabetically: Bad Sounds, Chloe Moriondo, Confidence Man, Joesef, LA Priest, Lola Young, Lyra, MarthaGunn, Men I Trust, Miss Grit, Miraa May, Oklou, Porridge Radio, and Sorry.
For Comedy and joining Bill Bailey are Simon Amstell, Angela Barnes, Rich Hall, Jayde Adams, Kerry Godliman, Flo And Joan, Abigoliah Schamaun, Shazia Mirza, Olga Koch, David Morgan, and the Chortle Student Comedy Award Finalists.
There's Dance from Birmingham Royal Ballet, and further Arts announcements with Five Dials, Sophie Mackintosh, Flo Perry, Raynor Winn, Laura Dockrill, and Patrick Barkham.
Last summer Latitude introduced The Listening Post; a whole new stage dedicated to the diverse and creative art form that is podcasts, which returns this year and features Jenny Eclair & Judith Holder: Older And Wider, The Two Shot Podcast , Brian And Roger, Secret Artists Wirri Annie Mcgrath, My Mate Bought A Toaster, The Poetry Exchange, Pod Bible Live, British Podcast Awards: and Best Live Show.
Previously announced are headliners HAIM, Liam Gallagher, and The Chemical Brothers (live), plus The Lumineers, Michael Kiwanuka, Keane, James Vincent McMorrow, Local Natives, The Futureheads, Ibibio Sound Machine, Girl Ray, Kawala, Charli XCX, Phoebe Bridgers, Marika Hackman, Joy Crookes, Inhaler, Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band, Velvet Negroni, comedy headliner Bill Bailey, and more. For the details so far please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale, priced as follows:-
Adult Weekend tickets £210 face value + £16.80 booking fee per ticket
Accompanied Teen Weekend tickets (13-15 years) £145 + £11.60 booking fee per ticket
Child Weekend tickets - £15
Day tickets also available.
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