Festival Preview: Latitude 2019
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Latitude is back for another year of family-friendly activities and beautiful tunes.
up-and-coming talent like Teleman, who use mellow techno melodies, and solo artist The Japanese House, hot off the back of her debut album released earlier this month.
Jason Manford and Michelle Wolf headline the comedy arena, while your summer afternoon-turning-late-nights will be taken care of with the eclectic sounds of Loyle Carner, Neneh Cherry, Slaves, Parcels and so many more.
With its assemblage of events and focus on well-being, Latitude is family-friendly; it also has a range of events such as theatre productions, art, literature, and yoga.
Despite live music being at the forefront of Latitude, there are opportunities to experience the unique ambience of the festival with woodland film screenings. There are often workshops and jam hubs for those who wish for a more hands-on approach to music, as opposed to just listening to it. Latitude lets everyone perform in some shape or form.
Latitude Festival runs from 18th - 21st July and you can get your tickets here.
Image courtesy of Latitude FestivalLatitude festival is split into three main stages: Obelisk Arena, BBC Sounds Stage, and Sunrise Arena. Split across a plethora of other areas and stages are film, kids activities, beautiful lakes for swimming and even a cabaret theatre. This year's line-up stitches together acts including George Ezra, Lana Del Rey, and Snow Patrol on the Obelisk Stage and Everything Everything and Primal Scream on the BBC Sounds Stage. Whilst Primal Scream will conjure up their 80s garage rock and dance music style, goth-pop bands Honeyblood and Pale Waves will take the helm of the headbanging. Norwegian singer-songwriter, Sigrid, is bound to bring her quirky 'Don't Kill My Vibe' mentality, meanwhile, The Magic Gang will bring some summertime optimism. The Sunrise Arena focusses on