Latitude Festival takes place at Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk, UK
Bon Iver, Elbow and Paul Weller Lang Lang, Laura Marling, Janelle Monáe, Richard Hawley, St. Vincent, tune-yards & White Lies, Bat For Lashes, Battles, METRONOMY, The Horrors, Wild Beasts, Daryl Hall, Lloyd Colee, Simple Minds, The Field, Michael Kiwanuka, M83, Sharon Van Etten, Zola Jesus, Alabama Shakes, Amadou & Mariam, The Antlers, Apparat, Baxter Dury, Buena Vista Social Club, Bwani Junction, Chairlift, Cold Specks, Daughter, Dawes, Destroyer, Dexy’s, Django Django, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Esperanza Spalding, Explosions in the Sky, Fatoumata Diawara, Francois & The Atlas Mountains, GIVERS, Howler, I Break Horses, Iceage, Jonathan Wilson, Josh T.Pearson, Kindness, Kurt Vile, Lianne La Havas, Liz Green, Other Lives, Perfume Genius, Richard Hawley, SBTRKT, Silver Seas, Sissy & The Blisters, SoKo, Sunless ‘97, Team Me, Thomas Dolby, The War on Drugs, We Are Augustines, We Have Band, Wooden Shjips, Yeasayer, Zun Zun Egui, Lana Del Rey
The Infinite Monkey Cage with hosts Brian Cox, Robin Ince, Al Murray, Jack Dee, Tim Minchin, Reginald D Hunter, Lee Nelson, @Rich Hall, Russell Kane, Greg Davies, Andrew Maxwell, Josie Long, Mark Watson, shappi khorsandi, Phil Nichol, Charlie Baker, Carl Donnelly, Tom Deacon, Jimmy McGhie, Nick Helm, Kerry Godliman, Katherine Ryan, Elis James
The History of Latitude Festival
Latitude festival’s landowner has hailed the inaugral event a “sensational” success, especially in terms of its environmental impact, and predicts it will be back next year…
More than 10,000 people attended the first ever Latitude Festival at Henham Park, near Southwold in Suffolk. The three-day festival was bathed in sunshine all weekend with marquees hosting music, theatre, comedy and poetry all packed with festival goers. Snow Patrol, Saul Williams, The Lemonheads, Patti Smith, Antony & The Johnsons, Mercury Rev, Mogwai and more all played well received sets.
However, it was arguably the theatre, poetry, cabaret and comedy tents that proved the biggest talking points and the most interest.
Hektor Rous, who manages the Henham Park estate, said the festival had been “sensational”.
He said: “There has been a real buzz in the air and everyone has had a fantastic time. This has been the first year for the festival but it will come back. People have already started asking about it and I think it will be the hottest ticket in town next year. The first person across the bridge was smiling from ear to ear and we have seen thousands of happy people enjoying themselves. Every effort had been made to integrate the event with the environment with a bridge across the lake and restricted access to sensitive wildlife areas.
“The sort of people who have come are interested in the environment and they are not the kind of people who will do anything to harm it. They have thoroughly enjoyed the setting
“We are not trying to emulate other festivals. This is unique and in the years ahead will stay the way it has started.”
Latitude Festival – Line Up 2011
Paolo Nutini, The National, Suede, Anna Calvi, Avi Buffalo, The Bees, Bellowhead, Bright Eyes, British Sea Power, Caitlin Rose, Caribou, Chapel Club, Crocodiles, Crystal Fighters, CW Stoneking, Deerhunter, The Duke & The King, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Edwyn Collins, Esben and the Witch, Everything Everything, Fight Like Apes, Foals, Foster the People, Glasser, Gold Panda, Graffiti6, Hurts, I Am Kloot, KT Tunstall, Jenny and Johnny, Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan, Kele Okereke, The Leisure Society, Lloyd Cole, Marques Toliver, My Morning Jacket, The Naked & Famous, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, Paloma Faith, Phidel, Rumer, Thea Gilmore, Tripwires, Trophy Wife, The Vaccines, Villagers, Violens, Wanda Jackson , The Waterboys, Yann Tiersen, Echo & The Bunnymen, The Cribs, Lyle Lovett, The Raghu Dixit Project, Glasvegas, Seasick Steve, Iron & Wine, Dog Is Dead, Lykke LI, Adam Ant, Carl Barât, Cloud Control, Grouplove, The Walkmen, James Blake
Latitude Festival – Line Up 2010
Florence and The Machine, Empire Of The Sun, Laura Marling, Spoon, Hockey, Here We Go Magic, Kassidy, The National, Richard Hawley, Wild Beasts, The Feeling (special guests), Belle and Sebastian, Crystal Castles, The Maccabees, James, Corinne Bailey Rae, John Grant, Race Horses, The XX, The Horrors, Noah & The Whale, David Ford, Frightened Rabbit, Paul Heaton, Joshus Radin, Vampire Weekend, Rodrigo y Gabriela, The Temper Trap, Midlake, Dirty Projectors, Mumford & Sons, Sweet Billy Pilgrim, Grizzley Bear, Jonsi, The Coral, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Yeasayer, Kristin Hersh, The Big Pink, Jamie Lidell, The Antlers, Rox