Latitude Festival 2024 – Line Up

Latitude Festival will once again return in 2024 to Suffolk’s idyllic Henham Park from 25th – 28th July.
This year four acts are headlining the Obelisk Arena. Leicester legends Kasabian, indie pop icons London Grammar and beloved chart toppers Keane are set to join Duran Duran on the main stage.
Melvin Benn, Latitude’s Festival Director, said “Duran Duran’s fusion of artistry and innovation seamlessly resonates with Latitude’s commitment to curate a multifaceted cultural experience. Celebrated for their iconic style, ground-breaking music, and a consistent string of chart-topping hits, the band have unquestionably left their mark on both the music and fashion realms. With their ongoing evolution and the ability to transcend musical boundaries, the band’s mesmerising live performances make them an ideal fit for the Latitude festival.”
Kasabian will headline Latitude Festival for the first time. Kasabian said: “This is going to be our first time at Latitude, and it’s going to be massive. We can’t wait to give you the show of your lives. See you in the summer! “
Across the weekend, Nile Rodgers & CHIC and Rick Astley will keep the crowd moving and grooving with their timeless hits. From across the pond, psychedelic rock trio Khruangbin will also join us, and Orbital will take you on a trip back to the early days of acid house.
Prepare to be moved by Rag’n’Bone Man’s passionate neo-soul ballads, and the Mary Wallopers will return to Henham Park with their rabble-rousing spin on Irish folk. 2023’s breakout stars Picture Parlour will also make an appearance, along with up-and-comers Mary in the Junkyard and University. Indie-legends Reverend and the Makers will also be performing anthem after anthem at the festival this summer.
On the Waterfront stage, expect watch spectacular dance performances from The Place, DanceEast, the National Youth Dance Company and the London City Ballet.
The hilarious Sara Pascoe takes the top spot on the comedy line up alongside fellow comedians Jo Brand, Rosie Jones and Joanne McNally. You can also catch 2023’s So You Think You’re Funny? Winner Samira Banks and the Chortle Student Comedy Award finalists, as well as a visit from Latitude favourites The Comedy Store.
Dr John Cooper Clarke, also known as the Bard of Salford, will be appearing on Listening Post reciting his iconic poetry from his new book ‘WHAT’.
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