This year – the 14th of the festival – the music line-up looks as stellar as ever. On the Friday night, George Ezra kicks things off on the main stage with his rhythmic, upbeat earworms. Indie rock band Snow Patrol pulled out of the headline slot on Saturday night (the group also pulled out of performing at Glastonbury a month earlier), handing the baton to 90s rockers Stereophonics instead. Then on Sunday, princess of dark pop Lana Del Rey closes the festival.A special closing performance comes by way of electro group Underworld, rounding the festival off for another year. Several of the most exciting up-and-coming artists are performing too, including Norwegian singer Sigrid and Chvrches, as well as festival favourites Cat Power and Anna Calvi.
Aside from the music, there's an stunning selection of dance on offer, including performances from troupes at the prestigious Sadler’s Wells; world-class contemporary dance school The Place; and London’s international dance festival Dance Umbrella.
Wander through Solas, the enchanted, colourfully-lit woodland, and make
the most of the healing treatments on offer in these quarters. Skip
queuing for a shower and instead take a quick dip in the lake – a far
more refreshing experience. Don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for
interesting talks and readings taking place around the site over the
weekend – these sometimes overlooked gems often prove highlights of the
With so much squeezed into just four days, Latitude
2019 offers to be your one-stop-shop for culture in the great outdoors
Tickets are now available here.
|What||Latitude Festival 2019, Henham Park|
|Where||Henham Park, NR34 | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Liverpool Street (underground)|
18 Jul 19 – 21 Jul 19, Performance times vary
|Price||£202.50 (adult weekend ticket)|
|Website||Click here to book tickets|