Going to a festival doesn’t necessarily mean ear-bleeding rock music, especially if you head to Latitude in Henham Park, Suffolk.
As the name suggests, this family friendly festival offers not just pink sheep roaming the fields, but also a wide range of alternative stimulants – in the form of comedy, live discussions, theatre and poetry readings.
Make no mistake, though, there are plenty of top music acts to keep you dancing. With six music stages to choose from - each with their own packed line-up of music greats including New Order, The National, Laura Mvula and Soulwax, you'll spend most of your day dashing from one stage to the next. But it’s the other stuff that we love, like having a good old chuckle whilst watching the likes of Russell Howard, Reggie Watts and Al Murray in the comedy tent and dancing the night away in the woods to late night DJ sets. Your typical summer festival this is not.
Latitude takes place from 13 – 16 July.
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