We were overjoyed to be back in Henham Park after two years away! Everyone thirsted for live music once more, and thankfully cinch presents Latitude 2021 was there to deliver.


Wolf Alice proved they were headliner worthy on Friday night, as they powered through hits like ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’ and ‘Bros’ to a packed out Obelisk crowd.

On Saturday night The Chemical Brothers had us all dancing to their impressive back catalogue. With lasers, lights, and giant robots, their set was a feast for the eyes as well as the ears.

Sunday night saw a double whammy of music, as both Bastille ReOrchestrated and Bombay Bicycle Club headlined. Bombay Bicycle Club’s hit packed setlist was a real crowd pleaser, while Bastille switched things up from their usual shows, performing with a full choir and orchestra.

Wolf Alice
Chemical Brothers
Bombay Bicycle Club

There were other spectacular musical performances across the weekend, too, from the likes of Supergrass, Kaiser Chiefs, Mabel and Hot Chip.

In addition to music, Latitude 2021 also had a massive arts line up. The likes of Jo Brand, Simon Amstell, Reginald D Hunter, and Katherine Ryan all had sides splitting in the Comedy Arena. Plus, Bill Bailey performed a special musical comedy set on the Obelisk Stage!

There were also stunning dance and theatre performances – including Kate Simko, Silent Faces Theatre and Barely Methodical Troupe – plus podcasts, literature, visual arts, and late night DJs.

Jo Brand
Wind In The Willows
Tribe: Rise
Bill Bailey