Latitude Festival: Tickets, Line Up, and what we know so far

LATITUDE FESTIVAL has announced the first acts for 2021, and we can't wait to go.

The Suffolk based festival isn't holding back with 2021 edition promising to be bigger and better than ever.

Festival fans are in for a treat, as the 2021 headliners include none other than Lewis Capaldi, Bastille, First Aid Kit and Snow Patrol.

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If that wasn't enough, Latitude also has a number of comedy and arts stages; so there's sure to be something for everyone.

Latitude will release more line up news in due course, and we'll keep you posted on all news as we hear it.

If you're thinking of getting tickets to Latitude this year, then here's everything you need to know.

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When is Latitude?

Latitude Festival will take place on 22 – 25 July 2021.

Where is Latitude?

Latitude takes place at Henham Park in Suffolk.

You can find more information on how to get to Latitude here.

How can I get tickets to Latitude?

Tickets to Latitude are available from Ticketmaster here.

Revellers can choose from Weekend Standard Camping, Family Camping, and a deposit scheme is also available.

Extras such as upgrades and merch can also be purchased here.

Who is headlining Latitude?

Latitude has revealed their 2021 headliners, with some huge names booked to appear.

None of than Lewis Capaldi, Bastille, First Aid Kit and Snow Patrol will be performing.

More acts will be announced shortly.

Can I camp at Latitude?

Festival goers can camp at Latitude, and can purchase options such as family camping, and caravan camping here.

How much are Latitude tickets?

Adult tickets are priced at £226.80 each, but there are also child, and family tickets available.

You can see all the options available here.

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