More music, dance, contemporary circus, comedy…

With just over four months to go, we’re delighted to be adding even more names to your Latitude 2024 line up!

Obelisk Arena

Known for her fearlessly creative spirit, Nerina Pallot joins our Obelisk Arena line up. From chamber pop to retro-infused soundings and enthralling electronica, Pallot is renowned for her impeccable musicianship and soul-stirring vocals, with live performances leaving audiences spellbound.

Contemporary composer and pianist Alexis Ffrench performs in our coveted Sunday lunchtime slot with a spectacular opening concert. His music, a fusion of classical elegance with the soulful essence of R&B and Roots, has cemented him as a mainstay In the classical music zeitgeist.

Second Stage

Toronto-born-and-raised singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Charlotte Day Wilson also joins the bill in support highly-anticipated second album, Cyan Blue, which crafts a smoothly woven tapestry of her eternal influences; thumping gospel piano, warm soul basslines, atmospheric electronics, and penetrating R&B melodies.

Sunrise Arena

Our Sunrise Arena is set to be a kaleidoscope of musical talent, featuring a diverse line up that promises to captivate audiences from dawn till dusk. Bill Ryder-Jones will perform his latest masterpiece, “Iechyd Da,” – its sweeping orchestration and reimagined disco samples blends joyous grandeur with intimate vulnerability. Ryan McMullan brings his explosive live performance to Henham Park – his journey from pub singer to global sensation has been nothing short of remarkable. Australian indie-rock powerhouse The Jungle Giants are primed to set the stage ablaze with their infectious energy. Rising trio of Irish folk musicians, Amble, bring their soul-stirring melodies to the Latitude woods. Suffolk band ikarus, return to Henham Park following their rapturous 2023 set on our Alcove, and Brighton singer-songwriter Alfie Jukes makes his Latitude debut.


Situated in a truly intimate and picturesque woodland setting, The Alcove is where you’ll find truly unique artists unburdened by genre and daring to tread their own path. Three electrifying Alcove headliners have been added to our line up – DEADLETTER blend the biting intensity of The Fall with the off-kilter rhythms of LCD Soundsystem; Gaffa Tape Sandy return to the festival with their debut album, “Hold My Hand, God Damn It,” a riotous collection of punk anthems brimming with infectious melodies; Jords made history as the first UK rap album released on Motown Records, and brings his unparalleled talent and magnetic stage presence to Latitude.

Also gracing the Alcove Stage are: Anna St Louis, Beattie, Circe, Daydreamers, Delivery, Ebbb, Fred Roberts, Gia Ford, Holly MacVe, Jasmine Jethwa, Lexie Carroll, MadMadMad, Matt Hansen, Mild Men, Mui Zyu, Pillow Queens, Rachael Lavelle, Talia Rae, The Itch, The New Eves, Welly, Wendy Bevan


Latitude boasts the summer’s most extensive and impressive comedy line up anywhere. And today the bill gets even bigger with the addition of quick-witted virtuoso of ventriloquism, Nina Conti. With her trusty sidekick, Monkey, in tow, Conti promises a night of improvised hilarity. Also joining the bill is an award-winning stand-up comedian, actor and writer Tiff Stevenson. As an actress, Tiff has appeared in ground breaking shows such as The Office and White Gold, and as a stand up has appeared on  Drunk History, Mock The Week and 8 out of 10 Cats, to name a few.

Foxdog Studios bring their Laugh-out-loud show  Robo Bingo to the festival. Expect robots, comedy and chaos. Star of BBC sitcom Jerk, Spring Day also joins the bill. Spring’s uniquely acerbic and sassy style of comedy is always a crowd pleaser, or shocker…

Theatre Arena

Celebrating breathtaking circus and performance art from around the globe, Latitude Festival-goers will have the unmissable chance to witness Circus Baobab who return to the UK for the first time in over 20 years with . Circus Baobab masterfully combines tradition and modernity in an explosive circus experience. In Yé, a group of 13 talented young dancers and acrobats from West Africa explore major contemporary themes such as global warming, pollution and power over a rare resource: water. They package all this in a unique performance that is almost bursting at the seams with conviction, energy and humour. Expect giant human pyramids, hand-on-hand acrobatics and people being thrown 7 metres into the air.

A symphony of acrobatics, sound and light, attendees can also expect next level circus by Circa. Ten bodies appear in a flash of light. They move in harmony for a fleeting moment and then descend into a sinuous trance. Towers grow and decay, bodies leap and are caught, as physical limits are pushed to their extreme. Can we ever find a perfect balance or is adapting to constant change the only way forward? This next chapter of Circa’s internationally acclaimed Humans is a tightly woven choreography of bodies, pulsing with music by composer Ori Lichtik and revealed in Paul Jackson’s dramatic lighting. Created by circus visionary Yaron Lifschitz, Humans 2.0 is intimate, primal and deeply engaged with the challenge of being human.

Laura Murphy is a genre-defying queer performance maker from Bristol, who makes text-driven and dynamic physical performance about things that she thinks needs to be talked about. Challenging, intimate and spectacular, her work is a cross-disciplinary fusion of theatre, live art, circus and verbal explosion. Murphy presents A Spectacle of Herself. Join Laura on a mission to serve herself up [in]appropriately for your consumption, in a bold, cinematic, acrobatic odyssey through the frontiers of mental health, queerness, rage & the 21st Century space race.

The Waterfront

Latitude’s Waterfront Stage is internationally acclaimed for its presentation of top-tier dance productions and companies. This year, the stage continues its impactful collaboration with DanceEast, offering a diverse program showcasing world-class dance in all its forms. Returning to the spotlight is the electrifying Thursday night event, Boy Blue Entertainment performs The Getdown, which not only features some of the finest performers in hip-hop theatre but also promises to be one of the largest lakeside dance parties in Latitude’s history, reminiscent of its 2017 success. Throughout the weekend, audiences can experience the dynamic Bates Beats by McNicol Ballet Collective, a vibrant performance set to the pulsating music of Mason Bates and Ceyda Tanc Dance performing KIZLAR, a powerful celebration of womanhood that delves into themes of femininity, masculinity, strength, and vulnerability, resulting in a visually captivating dance experience.

The Place, London’s creative powerhouse for dance development continues to also push creative boundaries, with an inspirational showcase of outstanding new work. This year they present Olive Branch…playground edition by Vanhulle Dance Theatre – a dynamic, feel-good, funny and family friendly dance duet that intertwines contemporary dance with martial arts. Mughal Miniatures: The Elephant and the Drummer by Sonia Sabri Company is an interactive dance performance for all ages, which celebrates and takes inspiration from the exquisite traditional art of Indian and Persian miniature painting. With live drumming and fabulous puppetry.

Almost thirty years after it folded, London City Ballet is reborn. Under the direction of Christopher Marney, it will return to the stage this summer at Latitude. The first season repertoire at this year’s Latitude will include an excerpt of New Creation  by Arielle Smith, whose Jolly Folly for English National Ballet was such a success, and the revival of Kenneth MacMillan’s  Concerto, Second Movement Pas De Deux.

SPLICE by Ekleido interlock and lock each other’s limbs as if they’re trying to solve a human rubix cube. In some ways SPLICE in an exploration of what happens when two bodies come together and apart, and the possibilities from this. Latitude favourites Disco Yoga return to the Waterfront where audience’s can expect blissful, energising vinyasa flow sequences to a glorious mix of disco classics that will rejuvenate your mind, body and soul. Another returner this year will be DJ Monski Mouse and her dancers as they perform their  multi-award-nominated, epic kids’ dance session – Monski Mouse’s Baby Disco Dance Hall.