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Festival Guide: Latitude

Well, well, well, festival season is fast approaching and the big guns are back by popular demand. Few are as eagerly anticipated as Latitude and if you disagree you’re a lone ranger…on your own.

The beautiful people working on Latitude are advocates of the all-encompassing festival experience. They also seem to be massive fans of poetry as we can see from the below promotional video.

In light of this, I thought Ticketweb should get involved with some of this promotional poetry:

What’s Latitude then?

If you’re looking for a music festival with added elements of culture you’re in luck

Check out one of the UK’s most popular festivals taking place in Suffolk.

Average attendees must acquire an all-round, adventurous attitude to comply

If this sounds just like you, then strap yourself in for Latitude in July

As well as the huge headliners, you must give the whole program a chance

There is everything from a lavish big screen to interpretive dance.

A hidden gem to get immersed in everyday

How about: theatre, comedy or cabaret?

Good vibes are guaranteed for you and your peers

No wonder the festival’s been going for eleven years

Where’s it happening?

A perfect setting from morning until dark

Nestled in Southwold is Henham Park

All of you parents out there will be glad to see

That Latitude is perfect for all the family

There’s plenty of spots for late night grooving make no mistake,

Eradicate that hangover with a morning dip in the on-site lake.

There will be plenty of banter and memories to keep

Even if it’s just a selfie with the multi-coloured sheep

Who’s playing?

It’s another stacked line-up aimed to please,

Kicked off by first time headliners The Maccabees. 

You’ll be in a state of euphoria and decisions may be irrational,

Just make sure you make it to the main stage for The National. 

“love thy neighbour” is the theme in honour of migrants forced to cross the border

Spread affection and synchronise your harmonies on Sunday with New Order. 

Are you getting sick of the rhymes? I’m trying to highlight the inevitable good times

Complete with alcohol, ice cubes, limes and the psychedelic princess known as Grimes. 

Rib tickling comedians will make you laugh and leave you in knots

The list includes: Russell Howard, Josh Widdicombe and Reggie Watts.

Granted, Ticketweb probably won’t be headlining the poetry stage,

But we can get you in; simply follow the link at the end of this page.

I want in! Latitude sounds brilliant and I want a ticket.
Perfect! We’ll see you there. Grab weekend and individual day tickets now at www.ticketweb.co.uk/latitude

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