Confidence Man at Latitude 2018
15 hours ago
Today we join with the Live Comedy Association to show our support for the #SaveLiveComedy campaign. It is well understood that the UK government’s recently announced arts bailout fund will not be enough to support the full arts sector in the UK, and it is likely that comedy will be one of the first to lose out.
Latitude is proud to celebrate our comedians as festival headliners and we see comedy as a powerful art form that makes space for truth, protest and entertainment alongside music, theatre and dance.
We urge the government to treat comedy like any other art form, and allow the sector to access emergency arts funding. You can show your support by sharing your most memorable live Comedy experience using #SaveLiveComedy. 🎭💖 ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Today, Latitude has come together with the rest of the UK music industry to show our support for #LetTheMusicPlay, a campaign highlighting the crisis faced by the live music sector.
We need the UK government to listen and act now to help protect venues that could be forced to shut for good, as well as supporting the workforce that make up the industry.
We encourage you to get involved by sharing a photo from your last gig using #LetTheMusicPlay to show your support for UK live music. Here’s one George Ezra’s headline set At Latitude 2019. 💖 ... See MoreSee Less
Could events be pay per view live streamed?
i was there
You've got the photo upload option turned off so it's gonna be a bit difficult!!!
ICYMI our Latitude 2021 line up survey is now live! Tell us who you want to see take to the stage at next year’s festival for a chance to win 1 of 20 £50 Co-op vouchers. Survey closes 08.06.20 at 1pm. 💖
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Really missing live music!
It’s a dream, but dreams come true sometimes: please bring my Queen DEMI LOVATO 💗💗 It would be amazing to see her at Latitude after the lovely Lana Del Rey last year. Sigrid, Pale Waves and CHVRCHES as supporting acts again would be great as well!
Do you have dates for next year?
Arcade fire would be a great headline for sat night.
The Cure would be fantastic
Not Chemical brothers, on Sunday evening, ridiculous timing.
Tha same line up as this year.
It's a shame we couldn't nominate bands for the other stages as some great East Anglian talent
Paloma Faith !
Hannelore Canessa-Wright Marisa Canessa-Wright Alice Helen Eason Gary Eason
Duran Duran pleeease!
Andy c closing party
Florence and the Machine
George Ezra was there last year...... Due Lipa
Want liam gallagher
Arcade Fire ❤️ Parov Stelar ❤️ Vampire Weekend ❤️ Portugal The Man
Daisy Linton Tatyana Humphreys
I hope the " black " in " black out Tuesday " has no reference to colour of skin?
Could you black out Carlsberg from future Latitudes while we’re at it?
Can I ask out of curiosity, how your entire festival franchise from reading, Leeds, download, Kerrang and now latitude pursues the spread of a message by going radio silent? Would it be more productive to continuing posting and playing, but playing music of positivity and support, maybe paying historic music created by the black community that helped create the music we have today?