New music names added to Late Night Sunrise, SOLAS and more

Late Night at Latitude is always an unforgettable experience and we have some fantastic new names that will have you dancing until the early hours in Henham Park.

New York rapper and producer Wiki, celebrated garage house DJ Joy Orbison and experimental DJ Beneath are all set to headline the Late Night Sunrise Arena.

Whilst over in SOLAS Late Night, Teleman will be hitting the decks to DJ tunes for you deep in the woods.

The daytime music line up is also overflowing with new names as we’re delighted to announce Cherry Glazerr have been added to The Alcove line up as special guests. Plus, we have more music names for SOLAS, including: Fur, The Intergalactic Republic Of Kongo, J. S. Ondara and many more.

Visit the line up to discover all of the artists coming to Latitude 2019.

Weekend and day tickets on sale now.



Patrick “Wiki” Morales’ debut album ‘No Mountains In Manhattan’ established this XL Recording artist as a voice of a generation. His headline set in the Late Night Sunrise Arena will have you moving to reimagined old school hip hop bass drops and leave you inspired by his observations on his hometown city.

Joy Orbison

Joy Orbison will hypnotise you with his distinct brand of garage-house when he hits the decks in the Late Night Sunrise Arena. Without knowing his name you’ve most likely danced to one of this iconic DJ’s tracks that effortlessly take in elements of house, two-step, jungle, techno and dubstep.


Beneath aka Ben Walker makes fiercely uncompromising dance music with a razor-sharp edge. Also the boss of London label and club night No Symbols, Beneath knows how to throw a party that’s all about the music and vibe.

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Cherry Glazzer

We’re thrilled to have LA trio Cherry Glazzer as our special guests in The Alcove. Earlier this year the band followed up their explosive third album, ‘Apocalipstick’, with the intimacy of their latest record, ‘Stuffed & Ready’. Founder and front woman Clementine Creevy’s distorted guitar and dreamy melodies will be captivating in the intimate woodland setting of The Alcove.

Also joining The Alcove line up are Bad Vibrations DJs and Emma-Jean Thakray’s Walrus.



In SOLAS Brighton quartet FUR will have you shaking and grooving to their jangling, sepia-tinged and ’60s-inflected indie pop.

The Intergalactic Republic Of Kongo

Take a one way ticket to The Intergalactic Republic Of Kongo for psychedelic, left field pop with polyrhythmic drum patterns made to move your feet.


J. S. Ondara

J.S Ondara will be filling SOLAS with the sounds of acoustic guitars and melancholic Americana melodies.

Also added to the SOLAS line up are Daithi, Didirri, Elm, Fake Laugh, Happyalone, J. S. Ondara, Junior Brother, Le Boom, PLYA, Proper Micro NV, Saint Leonard, Stop The Rain and Storm


Lovers of new music rejoice as Huw Stephens has added two new names to his line up on The Lake Stage. Eighteen-year-old, London based musician and poet Arlo Parks has now joined the line up alongside DIY punks, LIFE.

Visit the line up page to check out all of the up-and-coming artists performing on The Lake Stage.



Joining the already announced Penguin Café and Rankin X Latitude in the Music and Film Arena are Oxfordshire music project Waiting For Smith, the world’s first record label to be launched in a UK prison, In House Records, who will be giving a Q&A and delivering an artist showcase, and Reading indie five piece Saltwater Sun.

Whilst, in The Faraway Forest you will have the chance to take part in Singing Mama’s Choir Workshop and watch up and coming deaf hip hop artist SignKid as part of the Deaf Rave in the Town Hall.

Visit the line up page to discover all of the arts names coming to Latitude 2019.

Stay tuned for more announcements in the run up to Latitude 2019!

Watch all of these names and our headliners George Ezra, Stereophonics, Lana Del Rey, Jason Manford, Michelle Wolf, Katherine Ryan and Frank Skinner in Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk on 18th-21st July 2019.