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Latitude Festival line up for 2024 announced

London City Ballet will be at the festival

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Latitude Festival line up for 2024 announced

Latitude Festival is poised to return to Henham Park this July…

The event takes place from July 25th to 28th, 2024. Headliners Duran Duran, Kasabian, Keane, London Grammar, and Sara Pascoe spearhead an eclectic lineup that fuses music with the arts across an immersive cultural weekend.

“Festival fans can prepare for a joyous weekend of uninhibited discovery with a bill packed with the most exciting artists across music and the arts, plus foodie feasts, relaxing retreats, family fun, and counter-cultural club nights.”Latitude Festival

Barclaycard presents Latitude Festival announced its massive comedy bill. Jo Brand, Judi Love and Joanne McNally join previously announced Sara Pascoe as headliners alongside Lucy Beamont, Grace Campbell, Laura Smyth, Mark Simmons, Sarah Keyworth, Sophie Duker, The Comedy Store and The Horne Section.

A truly stellar music lineup for 2024 is also confirmed with The Vaccines, Future Islands, Lankum Jockstrap, Ash, Caity Baser, CMAT, The Darkness, Waxahatchee, Corinne Bailey Rae, David Ducovony, BC Camplight, Marika Hackman, and Baby Queen amongst over 25 new music additions to the gig.

Attendees can expect cultural visionaries, poets, podcasters, and performance artists in an arts bill without boundaries. Dr John Cooper Clarke, Joelle Taylor, The Cosmic Shambles Network return with a programme of events across the festival including a Latitude edition of Robin Ince’s groundbreaking Nine Lessons – with guest Helen Czerski. In addition to these events, Robin will be hosting a daily Book Corner with guests including Natalie Haynes, Chris Lintott and Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ̀.

Festival favourites Pappys also make a welcome return with their award-winning live panel game show Flatshare Slamdown in which they play silly games with famous names from the world of comedy.

London City Ballet are set to take to the stage again and will perform on Latitude’s stunning Waterfront stage. National dance powerhouse and East of England locals, DanceEast, present a programme of innovative contemporary work across the dance spectrum. Also joining the dance bill will be The Place, London’s creative powerhouse for dance development, who will be presenting a programme of boundary pushing dance across the weekend on the beloved Waterfront.

Weekend and Day tickets are on sale now

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