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Posted on Friday 4th March 2022 at 13:30

Jimi Arundell

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Jimi Arundell

Offering more than music; Latitude Festival is a cultural experience bringing the best in comedy, poetry, theatre and literature – plus a wide range of activities for all the family to enjoy such as dance workshops, tasty street food stalls, paddleboarding and wild swimming. The unimissable weekender is held at Henham Park, Southwold from Thursday 21st to Sunday 24th of July, 2022.

Look forward to performances at the Obelisk Arena by a trio of truly tremendous headliners, including – sensational Scottish songwriter Lewis Capaldi, premier dance punks Foals and indie icons Snow Patrol. They play above Maggie Rogers, Little Simz, Manic Street Preachers, Modest Mouse, James Arthur – to name just a few.

Also, Phoebe Bridgers, Groove Amada, Fontaines D.C. and Self Esteem appear on the BBC Sounds Stage. Plus, check out Sunrise Arena which plays host to A Certain Ratio, Orlando Weeks, Let’s Eat Grandma – the list of awesome bands and artists goes on and on!

Latitude Festival is also a great weekend to enjoy comedy, with live stand up from Russell Howard, Andy Field, Charlie George and many more.

Tickets for Latitude Festival have just been released today with Gigantic, and you can get yours HERE.




Lewis Capaldi

One of the world’s biggest superstars; Lewis Capaldi shot to global attention with the release of hit single “Some You Loved”, even seeing him receive a Grammy Award nomination.




Led by vocalist and guitarist Yannis Philippakis, Foals exploded onto the scene in the mid-00’s with seminal album Antidotes and last year took the BRIT Award for Best Group.



Snow Patrol

Snow Patrol grew from indie obscurity in the 90’s to becoming one of the biggest post millennium bands, thanks to such huge anthems as “Run”, “You’re All I Have” and “Chasing Cars”.



📆 July 2022

21 – 24/07          Latitude Festival – Henham Park, Southwold

Latitude Festival tickets are available with Gigantic.

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