Saturday tickets sold out!

Following huge demand, Latitude’s Saturday day tickets have now sold out, following the sell-out of Sunday day tickets last week. However, limited weekend tickets and Friday day tickets are still available. Festival fans are urged to buy them as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Tickets are on sale here.

Latitude Festival

The multi-award-winning Latitude festival returns to the stunning grounds of Henham Park, Suffolk, on July 20-23, 2023, with Pulp, Paolo Nutini, George Ezra, Young Fathers, Yard Act, and Siouxsie, along with comedians Ed Gamble, Romesh Ranganathan, Sara Pascoe, and Bridget Christie topping an eclectic roster of music and arts, plus foodie feasts and family fun. This is the definitive destination for discovery.

Melvin Benn, Festival Director said, “I am thrilled at the response to this year’s festival. As we prepare for our glorious 17th edition, the demand for Latitude festival tickets is extremely high. The fact that Saturday and Sunday day tickets have already sold out is a testament to the breadth and calibre of our programming across music and the arts. With such an incredible wealth of talent joining us at Henham Park this year, it’s going to be such a special weekend! I can’t wait to see everyone come together for an unforgettable weekend in July.”

Those wishing to watch Saturday and Sunday’s standout performances, including Paolo Nutini and George Ezra‘s momentous return to Latitude, Sara Pascoe and Bridget Christie‘s headline slots, Siouxsie‘s only festival show, James’ 40th-anniversary special performance complete with a full orchestra and a gospel choir, and Romesh Ranganathan‘s riotous Hip Hop Saved My Festival closing party, can still do so if they purchase weekend tickets.

Renowned for booking an exceptional array of musical talent, Latitude takes 2023 to a whole new level. The stages will be buzzing with the eclectic sounds of The Kooks, Far From Saints, Mimi Webb, Confidence Man, Paul Heaton, The Proclaimers, Georgia, The Big Moon, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, N’famady Kouyaté, Lightning Seeds, Tinariwen, Teddy Swims, Picture This, The Mysterines, Men I Trust, Black Midi, Dry Cleaning, Don Letts, Kiefer Sutherland, The Beths, The Last Dinner Party, Oscar Lang, Caity Baser, Ber, Fizz, Warmduscher, Bob Vylan, Dolores Forever, Wunderhorse, Nell Mescal, and so much more.

Latitude has never been just about the music – it’s a culturally enriching experience, and this year’s comedy, theatre, and arts roster is set to be the festival’s hugest and most diverse yet. The festival will welcome a host of performers to its ever-expanding comedy arena, with heavyweight headliners joined by Fern Brady, Amy Gledhill, Thanyia Moore, Kerry Godliman, Daniel Foxx, Ed Byrne, Michelle De Swarte, Rosie Holt, Russell Kane, Marcus Bridgstocke, Rachel Parris, Helen Bauer, Catherine Bohart, Olga Koch, Shaparak Khorsandi, Suzi Ruffell, David Morgan, Shazia Mirza, and more.

Just last week, Latitude announced a huge Theatre & Dance bill, including The Super Special Disability Roadshow, Mark Thomas’ one-man show England and Son (WIP),  Luke Wright’s Silver Jubilee. Winner of  Overall Best Circus and Physical Theatre at Adelaide Fringe 2023, Party Ghost, FringeWorld 2023 winners Laser Kiwi, Adelaide Fringe Best Emerging Artists YUCK Circus and The World’s Best Fringe Theatre Winner 2022/3 Afghanistan Is Not Funny.

Latitude’s stunning Waterfront Stage is globally renowned for showcasing the best dance talent around. The festival recently announced the continuation of a powerful partnership with DanceEast who presents an eclectic programme of world-class dance in all its forms and The Place, London’s creative powerhouse who pushes creative boundaries, with an inspirational showcase of outstanding new work.

This year, Latitude presents a range of interesting and thought-provoking conversations, films, and ideas, along with literature and poetry. Annina van Neel discusses her documentary A Story of Bones, which follows the harrowing discovery of an unmarked mass grave of thousands of enslaved people on the island of St. Helena and her work to reclaim and preserve their forgotten history. Across the weekend, Charlie Mackesy discusses his bestselling book and Oscar-winning film, The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse. Poet Laureate Simon Armitage gives an insight into his latest release, Never Good With Horses, and master of the macabre Garth Marenghi (a creation of comedian Matthew Holness) discusses his Sunday Times Best Seller TerrorTome. Further highlights include Tim’s Listening Party with James Acaster sharing stories and music from the debut Temps album and Ryan Broderick’s Garbage Day Live.

For those attending the festival, Latitude  has just announced  their Guest Chef line up for this year. Emma Freud & Richard Curtis,  Don Letts,  Rachel Parris & Marcus Brigstocke and Sophie Ellis-Bextor & Richard Jones  will collaborate with Social Pantry to present a delicious lineup of mouth-watering menus in their own imitable and unique style.   The Guest Chef is an innovative 300-cover restaurant at the heart of the festival providing dinner service from Thursday and lunch and dinner service from Friday – Sunday. Reservations are open now.