Weekend tickets sold out!

Following huge demand, Latitude’s weekend tickets are now sold out, this follows the sell-out of Saturday and Sunday day tickets.

Latitude Festival

Friday tickets are still available for those who want to watch headline performances from Pulp, Ed Gamble, Yard Act and a whole lot more. We urge you to buy them as soon as possible to avoid disappointment! Tickets are on sale here.

Melvin Benn, Festival Director said, “I’m thrilled to see such strong demand for this year’s festival.  The fact that weekend and  Saturday and Sunday day tickets have already sold out is a testament to the breadth and quality of our programming across music and the arts. I truly believe that this year’s Latitude Festival lineup is unrivalled, with an incredible and diverse mix of world-class musicians, comedians and performers.  With such a wealth of talent joining us at Henham Park this year, it’s going to be an incredibly special weekend! I can’t wait to see everyone come together in Suffolk this  July.”

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.

This Latitude bill has continued to diversify over the last few weeks.  Today the festival announced its after-dark programming. Whistleblower, activist, trans icon, and DJ Chelsea Manning will be making her Latitude debut as a DJ at this year’s Latitude festival. Manning joins s an eclectic group of late-night stars including Belief, the techno duo of Warpaint’s Stella Mozgawa and veteran producer Boom Bip, Birmingham duo Peace,  legendary tastemaker and broadcaster Abbie McCarthy plus in-demand DJs Millie Cotton, Eliza Jackson, and Plastic Factory DJs.

On Saturday night, Queer House Party takes over the Sunrise Arena. Renowned for iconic, queer throwdowns, Queer House Party brings their award-winning LGBTIQ+ party to Latitude featuring the best drag performers and DJs from across the country.

In the Woods also boasts a stunning line-up for those who like to party late! BBC Radio 1 and MTV presenter Jack Saunders bring festival attendees a taste of his fabled Hopscotch Club Night with a showcase of new artists and new music alongside the soulful-sounding Norwich club night and DJ trio Soul Stew, and East Anglia’s biggest and best 90s Britpop, indie, and dance night Common People, Latitude’s late-night fans can also experience the biggest emotions, songs, hair, and guitar solos courtesy of the celebratory club night that is Ultimate Power.

In a festival first, after dark the Alcove will be transformed into a late-night jazz club complete with table service.  With a classy vibe of a jazz club like Ronnie Scott’s, attendees can expect live music from the world’s top musicians with cocktails served into the early hours.

The Listening Post will play host to Latitude’s own late-night comedy club, a first for the festival. Winner of Top Comedy Pick, NY Times (2022), Stamptown will be bringing their late-night variety show hosted by the bad boy of clown, Zach Zucker, and featuring the best alternative performance on the international scene.

The Late Night Lock-In, hosted by Ray Badran will feature a line-up of cutting-edge comedy, clowning and cabaret from the likes of Amelia Bayler, winner of Best Newcomer at the Scottish Comedy Awards and Kate Hammer – a regular performer at Just For Laughs POP Montreal and Edinburgh Fringe.