Family

Enchanted Garden

The Enchanted Garden is in the Family Campsite…just moments from the Kids Arena, it’s a little more relaxed, with space to spread out, chill-out & have fun, including vintage fairground rides. It’s open to anyone with children under 13.

At Latitude 2019 it had its own family-friendly programme from 9am-4pm.

The Canopy Stage

The Canopy Stage

At Latitude 2019 The Canopy Stage had a full programme of theatre performances, dance workshops including Bollywood and Breakdancing, live music and more, between 9am-4pm daily. On Saturday there were fabulous family socials, Crack of Dawn, and Bo Nanafana on Sunday mornings. It was a hum-dinger of a party!

Mini-Zoo & Wildlife Display

Mini-Zoo & Wildlife Display

Brian Paterson and his Mini-Zoo & Wildlife Display gave kids and teens the chance at Latitude 2019 to see some fascinating and beautiful creatures from meerkats to lizards, snakes to giant snails. There was also the chance to have hands-on experiences with more familiar furry friends.

Ktroo

Ktroo

Kids full of energy bounced it out at Latitude 2019 with Ktroo and their fantastic bouncing boots! Their child-friendly music and routines were SO much fun.

The Spinning Wagon

The Spinning Wagon

At the Spinning Wagon we learnt how to prepare, blend and spin fleece into our own yarn! This thread was then used to weave or decorate dream catchers – with lots of beautiful rings and decorations.

Family Yoga

Family Yoga

Carole Baker, our local yogi and wellness advisor, lead Family Yoga at Latitude 2019. All levels were welcome. There were afternoon fun sessions for kids, and one-to-one sessions.

Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Suffolk Wildlife Trust made nature journals every morning with their Wild Writing Workshop.

Patches

Patches

Patches sewing project showed what people can create when working towards a common goal. Festival goers chose from hundreds of pre-cut patches to hand sew onto the ever-growing patchwork blanket. Families also created their own collaborative pieces over the weekend to take home.

Breakdancing Workshop

Breakdancing Workshop

Kelfx and Heron offered a fun and interactive Breakdancing Workshop for all ages and abilities. They showed the basics of this exciting artform as well as demonstrating their skills. Kids and teens at the end of the session had something to show off on the dance floor.

The Pink Flamingo Craft Tent

The Pink Flamingo Craft Tent

The Craft Tent is a calm space for budding artists. Weaving Wonders used soft natural materials to teach the ancient art of basket weaving to make a little basket, a pen pot or anything people fancied. Whilst Suffolk Family Carers created delicately layered sand art, or festivalgoers spun their own yarn at The Spinning Wagon.

School Of Noise

School Of Noise

The world of sound and noise was explored at Latitude 2019 with School of Noise – where science and music meet. Mini synthesisers were constructed and experimental electronic music was created. Festivalgoers could play on instruments such as a theremin and an omnichord, watch Chladni sand patterns, conduct an orchestra of fruit and veg, learn about Foley sound design and more!

Printing Press

Printing Press

In the Printing Press on Friday, visiting authors ran interactive workshops based on fantastic children’s books. Authors included Emma Shevah, Gareth Jones, Alexander Gordon Smith and Anne Stairmand. Then on Saturday and Sunday our friends Print To The People took over the tent with their super skills and creative designs in their T-Shirt Screen-Printing Workshops.

Circus Skills

Circus Skills

Circomedia are dedicated to creating a space where people can discover the fullness of their physical, emotional and creative potential through circus. They were the UK’s first full-time circus school! At Latitude their expert tutors held workshops and created performances with their trapeze rig.

Also, Angel Gardens helped festivalgoers to perfect their circus skills, including: juggling, diablo, unicycling and more.

Archery

Archery

Come and let arrows fly! Archery at Latitude 2019 was open to all ages (4+) and abilities. Young, old, beginner or reticent explorer, the focus was on intuitive and instinctive archery that encourages self-confidence and focus.