Following the announcement of Alt J, Portishead and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds as the headliners for the Obelisk Arena, Latitude festival’s 10th edition has revealed the Poetry Arena and Lake Stage line-up of bands and artists tipped to be the next big names in music for the four day festival.
The line-up features sounds from electronic pop, welsh rock, and synthpop, to orchestrated folk and soothing percussions.
Headlining the stage this year is orchestrated folk band, To Kill a King along with Scottish synthpop band, Prides who are sure to have listeners hooked. Both acts will be joined by a range of artists from all walks of life, with sounds similar to Arctic Monkeys and artists offering a modern twist on classic disco and soul sounds.
Get familiar with the bands on Spotify via Latitude’s official playlist
Handpicked by DJ and broadcaster Huw Stephens, the acts include a South London duo, Formation who bring a warm electronic mix of pop songs, Sundara Karma whose performances have been described by NME as a ‘tropical kind of indie’, Welsh rock four-piece Pretty Vicious, piano-pinned dance-pop master Boxed In, and many more.
“I am delighted to be back at Latitude Festival in Suffolk, which is such an incredible weekend of sensory delights with music, poetry, comedy and literature all making it an incredible weekend. On the Lake Stage this year once again we have some of the finest new music makers bringing their talents to an appreciative crowd, and I’m super happy that we have some real favorites playing the festival. When new artists play there’s an appreciation there from the audience that makes the atmosphere on the Lake Stage truly unique. See you at Latitude!” – Huw Stephens
Latitude does not only brings new bands and artists to people, but aims to connect arts and music together. For the last ten years it has showcases the very best in beat poets, stand up, laureates and literary legends in the Poetry Arena and this year Latitudes own co-programmer and host Luke Wright will be previewing his latest show.
Already announced for the Poetry Arena is award winning poet Simon Armitage CBE, and Radio 4’s Late Night Poetry Program star Tim Key.
Keeping with musical poetry, Grace Savage the UK’s leading female beat boxer, will bring a stunning new performance devised with theater company, The Paper Birds to Latitude 2015. Exploring the life, journey and experiences of a visually impaired young woman Grace will act as a voice for young women.
Weekend adult tickets £192.50 face value + £8.00 booking fee per ticket
Accompanied Teen Ticket (13-15 years) £132.50 face value + £8.00 booking fee per ticket
Weekend Child Ticket (5-12 years) £8.00 (no booking fee)
Day adult ticket £77.50 + £7.00 booking fee per ticket
Day child ticket £5.00 (no booking fee)
Campervan Permit £40.00/£60.00/£80.00 (depending on size) / Lockers £16.00
Tickets available from www.seetickets.com/tour/latitude-festival-2015
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