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Latitude Festival 2018
Thursday, July 12 @ 11:00 am - Sunday, July 15 @ 11:59 pm
Latitude returns to Henham Park on Thursday 12 – Sunday 15 July 2018 for another magical weekend featuring the very best in Music and Arts.
Latitude Festival 2018 Dates
Latitude Festival will return to Henham Park, Suffolk 12th – 15th July 2018.
Thursday 12th July at 14:00 until Monday 16th July at 13:00.
Thursday 12th July 17:00 – 03:00.
Friday 13th – Sunday 15th July 10:00 – 03:00.
Please note: Opening times and running orders are subject to change without warning, all changes will be shown at the Information Tents, published in locations onsite and posted online.
Children 0 – 4 years do not need a ticket. Children 5 – 12 years need a Child Ticket in order to attend. Teenagers who are between 13 – 15 years need an Accompanied Teen Ticket. These are available to purchase at the same time as regular Weekend Tickets.
Under 10s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over at all times.
Teenagers 16 and over must have a standard Weekend Ticket. All under 16s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is over 18 years old and this adult must remain on site throughout the weekend. Those wishing to stay in the Family Campsite must have children 16 years or younger in the group.
Age restrictions apply. Proof of age/ID may be required.
Latitude Festival will contain acts unsuitable for children. The Music and Film Arena is an over 15 Tent. However, there may be some films shown suitable for children at certain periods of the day. This will be noted on signage outside the tent.
The Cabaret Arena will contain nudity. The Comedy Arena will contain swearing. Other stages may feature material not suitable for children that we are unable to predict and classify due to the nature of live performance.
Your safety is our priority and we’ve put in place all necessary measures to maximise public safety, working closely with local authorities at the highest level. We ask that you also play a part in keeping Latitude Festival safe and secure, so please take note of our messages below, pack accordingly and stay strong together.
All festival-goers will be subject to extra searches of their vehicles, bags and their person. Please be patient if there are longer queues than normal. We request that you cooperate with any security requests and searches. Please pack light!
CCTV recording is in operation throughout the festival site for public safety and crime prevention.
We strongly advise you do not bring a bag into the Arena as there will be long queues while all bags are searched. If you do wish to bring a bag into the Arena please ensure that it is no bigger than A4 sized 8.27”x11.69”. There is a limited to one A4 sized bag per person permitted into the Arena.
Things you can and can’t bring
Certain items are not allowed within the arena or the campsites.
You may be body and/or bag searched at the entrances. Persons suspected of carrying items that may be used in an offensive or dangerous manner, or carrying out illegal activities onsite may be searched.
*Please note: Latitude Festival/Festival Republic (FR) or personnel appointed by FR can refuse entry/possession of any items below at their discretion.
|Aerosols over 250ml||N||N|
|Airhorns and megaphones||N||N|
(not excessive amounts)
|Animals (Other than Guide Dogs or Hearing Dogs)||N||N|
|Any Alcohol in possession of anyone under 18||N||N|
|Any Good for unauthorised trading||N||N|
|Any Good with unauthorised Latitude festival logos||N||N|
|Any items which may cause danger, offence or disruption to any other person||N||N|
|Any items which may reasonably be considered for use as a weapon||N||N|
|Cameras, film or video equipment||Y
|Deodorant Roll On||Y||Y|
|Drinks Bottles (other than sealed plastic water/soft drinks bottles under 500ml or sealed cartons of Juice)||N||Y|
|Electrical Generators (including in Campervans)||N||N|
|Excessive Amounts of Cigarettes (more than personal consumption)||N||N|
|Excessive Amounts of Food (more than personal consumption)||N||N|
|Flags with Poles||Y||Y|
|Flags without Poles||Y||Y|
|Food Hampers / Cool Bag / Boxes (if food is for personal consumption)||N||Y|
|Generators (Exemption for generators in caravans)||N||N|
|Leatherman Multi Tools||N||Y|
|Medication (if accompanied by a doctor’s note / prescription or if it is recognisable)||Y||Y|
|New Psychoactive Substances(NPS)||N||N|
|Nitrus Oxide and any associated equipment (Balloons, Co2 dispensers, cream dispensers)||N||N|
|Perfume in small bottles under 100ml||Y||Y|
|Portable Laser Equipment and Pens||N||N|
|Small hammers for pitching tents||N||Y|
|Unofficial Tabards or Reflective Jackets||N||N|
|THE FOLLOWING STOVES|
|Solid Fuel / Hexi Stoves||N||Y|
|Meth Stoves Including Fuel||N||Y|
|Green Base Camp Cooker||N||Y|
|Heat based Camp Cooker||N||Y|
|Gas Stoves (Canisters < 2.7kg)||N||Y|
Tourist Information Points
The Tourist Information Centres have been replaced by a new Visitor Information Point (VIP) Network. This VIP network has been introduced to meet the changing way visitors access information.
The listings of all VIPs can be found here.
All public and working enclosed spaces onsite are no smoking, including all stages other than outdoor stages (Obelisk Arena, Lake Stage and In the Woods). All tents and marquees onsite in the Village (Village shops, campsite bars, Welfare Tent, Information Tent etc) are also no smoking. This includes electronic cigarettes.
If you do smoke, please use the butt bins to dispose of your cigarette ends, particularly in woodland areas.
The following forms of identification are accepted:
- A Passport (Not a photocopy)
- Driving License
- A Proof of Age Card bearing a PASS hologram
- A Ministry of Defence identity card
- A National identity card issued by an EU member state