By Car

Please do not use a Sat Nav system to get to the festival as there are different routes into the site depending on which direction you are approaching from and whether you are being dropped off, a family ticket holder, a weekend camper, bringing a campervan, a day ticket holder or a guest. Instead, please refer to the temporary festival road signage on your way to the festival site.


Weekend and day car parking is separate to the campsites in adjacent or nearby fields. Car parking is included in the price of your ticket. No sleeping, camping or fires are allowed in the car parks.

Tow-away vehicles will remove any illegally parked cars. There will be a local recovery service based onsite on Monday morning. Suffolk Police will be enforcing the speed limits approaching the site, please comply with them!

Drop off/Pick up

There is a drop off and pick up point at yellow gate.

Distances from local villages

Blyford – 6 mins, 3 miles
Blythburgh – 1.8 miles, 4 mins
Frostenden – 3.7 miles, 7 mins
Halesworth – 6.1 miles, 13 mins
Lowestoft – 13.8 miles, 26 mins
Reydon – 3.9 miles, 8 mins
Southwold – 11 mins, 5 miles
Uggeshall – 3.1 miles, 8 mins
Walberswick – 5.2 miles, 12 mins
Wangford – 1.9 miles, 4 mins

By Train

The most convenient station to arrive into is Diss if attending on Thurs/Fri/Sat/Sun.

Please visit for more train information.

By Shuttle Bus

Borderbus will be running a shuttle from Diss station to the festival site for £10 each way if booked on the day – save money by booking in advance. These will run frequently all weekend as well as on Monday. There are also shuttle buses running to and from Halesworth, Southwold and Kessingland.


By Bike

We are working with Red Fox Cycling to guide a dedicated cycle ride to Latitude Festival. Ride from London with an overnight stop or Ipswich on a fully supported cycle ride through the rolling fields of Essex and Suffolk.  Their experienced guides and support van will journey every mile with you, providing food, mechanical support and plenty of encouragement. They can even bring you and your bike back to London after the festival. All you need to do is turn up and have fun.

Bike Racks

Bike racks are accessible via Orange Gate (off the A145), and located nearby to ‘The Stables’. Please ask a steward for further directions upon arrival.

By Taxi

Notice to members of the public wishing to travel in Taxis or Private Hire Vehicles.

Please try to pre-book taxis where possible, as the taxi rank may have limited taxis.

Know the difference:

Taxis will be ranked up at Yellow Gate One. Taxis are clearly identified with the word TAXI on the roof of the vehicle along with an external plate on the rear and an internal plate on the windscreen inside the vehicle. The driver will also have a badge on his/her person.

It is a legal requirement that the meter that shows the fare that you will be charged is turned on immediately when you commence your journey. A meter must always be used throughout your journey regardless of whether you accept a set fare* before the journey commences, this then shows that you have not be overcharged.

*A pre-agreed or set fare in a Hackney Carriage vehicle must never be more than the meter reading.

Private Hire Vehicles need to be pre-book by telephone to collect you. It is unlawful for a private hire vehicle to take you unless you have booked them in advance.  Private hire vehicles also are identified from an external plate to the rear and an internal plate on the windscreen.  The driver will also have a badge on his/her person.

Please ensure you ask the fare to be charged when you make the booking, if you are happy to accept that charge you have entered into a contract and it cannot be altered when you are collected.  It is advisable to get quotes from different companies to ensure you are fairly charged.

By Foot

There is no pedestrian access to the festival site and the roads around the site are not suitable for pedestrians.

In the event you need to walk onto or offsite at night then please wear reflective clothing or something bright and highly visible as the roads are not lit and there are no pavements or verges.