The Maccabees will play on the Friday night and are excited for what’s to come: “Latitude is the first major headline slot in our fourteen year existence and the culmination of the year spent touring Marks To Prove It. We’re intending on it being a celebration of it all.”
Meanwhile, The National will take on the Saturday top spot, after John Grant, Daughter and Nathaniel Ratecliff and the Night Sweats have performed – all acts that are famed for legendary live spectacles. New Order will be showcasing new material from their 2015 album Music Complete on the Sunday night, finishing off what promises to be a weekend of class acts in music, comedy and theatre.
Other names that grace the line-up list include Grimes, The Lumineers, Jamie Woon, Laura Mvula and Oh Wonder. DJ sets from Jungle and David Rodigan also promise to have crowds grooving at what is typically an acoustic affair at Henham Park.
Latitude takes place from 14th-17th July and tickets are available to buy here, with an adult weekend ticket costing £197.50 or day tickets starting at £77.50 plus booking fees.
The full line-up release can be found here.