Happy St Patrick’s Day!

This St Patrick’s Day we’re shining a light on some of the incredible Irish talent set to join us in Henham Park this summer…


Dublin singer-songwriter CMAT returns to Latitude. Her latest release, “CrazyMad, For Me,” explores a mature sound, blending mainstream indie, country, and pop hits with a camp twist. The album, an abstract break-up narrative, promises a performance that is bound to captivate.

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Described by The Sunday Times as a ‘truly gifted stand-up’ , acclaimed Irish comedian and podcaster Joanne McNally sits atop our comedy line up. McNally just closed her successful comedy show entitled The Prosecco Express, and is also the co-host of podcast My Therapist Ghosted Me with her best friend Vogue Williams.

photo of Joanne McNally

Returning to Latitude is The Mary Wallopers, the Irish folk rabble-rousers formed by brothers Charles and Andrew Hendy and their friend Sean McKenna. They began travelling the length and breadth of Ireland singing and collecting songs, and have since expanded to a seven piece and built a fierce live reputation.

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Dublin quartet Lankum top our Second Stage bill on the Sunday night. With their unique blend of traditional folk and experimental soundscapes, Lankum have gained worldwide acclaim for their engrossing albums and captivating, often euphoric live performances.

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Northern Irish trio Ash will rock Henham Park this summer, celebrating an incredible 3 decades and new album ”Race the Night”. A mainstay of the alternative rock scene, their upcoming performance on our Second Stage is set to be a stand out.

photo of Ash