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Festival organisers have added more acts to Latitude 2019, joining the previously announced headliners George Ezra, Snow Patrol and Lana Del Rey.
The trio will headline this year’s edition of Latitude Festival, arriving at Suffolk’s Henham Park from 18 – 21 July 2019, taking to the festival’s Obelisk Arena on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively.
The latest additions include Obelisk Arena appearances by Chvrches, The Futureheads, Honeyblood and The Kingdom Choir, as well as welcoming Teleman, Ray BLK and The Japanese House to top the bill at the Sunrise Arena.
Today’s announcement also welcomes Everything Everything to the BBC Sounds Stage, headlining on the Saturday evening. The stage will also host performances by Aurora, Jenny Lewis, The Twilight Sad, The Magic Gang, The Big Moon, Kero Kero Bonito, Jonathan Wilson, and Let’s Eat Grandma.
They join will Primal Scream and Slaves as two of the weekend’s headliners, plus MØ, Gomez, Freya Ridings, Parcels, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Nadine Shah, Sons of Kemet, and Julia Jacklin.
As well as the stage headliners, The Sunrise Arena will also welcome A Place To Bury Strangers, Beadadoobee, Billy Lockett, Cavetown, Crows, Elder Islands, Foxing, Georgia, Girlpool, IDER, Lazy Day, Lucia, Nilüfer Yanya, No Vacation, Steam Down, The Murder Capital, and The Teskey Brothers.
The initial announcement also confirmed that Latitude will witness a closing set by electronic pioneers Underworld, who will also play the main stage, as well as Loyle Carner, Neneh Cherry, Sigrid, Tom Grennan, Cat Power, Khruangbin, Anna Calvi, Pale Waves, Baxter Dury, and Walking On Cars.
Latitude Festival will also welcome back a host of performers to its ever-expanding comedy arena, with heavyweights Jason Manford and Michelle Wolf sitting at the top of the bill.
Other names joining the comedy line-up are Mark Watson, Russell Kane, Tom Allen, Nick Helm, Rachel Parris, Nish Kumar, and Lolly Adefope.
Lou Sanders, Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Tez Ilyas, Jayde Adams, Mat Ewins, Marcel Lucont, Mawaan Rizwan, David Morgan, Felicity Ward, Kae Jurd, Glenn Moore, Rosie Jones, Sindhu Vee, Olga Koch, Duckie, Amusical, Myra Dubois and Soho Theatre will also appear.
Celebrating a wide range of art, Latitude Festival will also welcome back a dance programme, this year confirming Dance Umbrella, Sadler’s Wells, and The Place. In the coming months, the dance and theatre line-up is expected to expand further, as in previous years hosting an eclectic billing.
For an idea of things to come, check out our summary of last year’s Latitude Festival.
Here’s that line-up as it stands:
Latitude Festival will take place from 18 – 21 July 2019 at Henham Park in Suffolk. Tickets are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk.