Video and photo gallery: One week on relive some of your Latitude Festival highlights

Highlights from Latitude Festival - Moko Highlights from Latitude Festival - Moko

Thursday, July 24, 2014
1:27 PM

The tent is packed away, the wellies are clean and you are probably just about starting to feel human again.

What a perfect time, therefore, to relive some of the best bits of Latitude in pictures and video.

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It was another fesitval to remember and highlights included Lily Allen stealing the show on Friday night, Graham Coxon joining Damon Albarn’s headline slot on Saturday and The Black Keys rocking out to a massive crowd on Sunday.

Across the festival, revellers were treated to outstanding dancing on The Waterfront Stage including the famous Dirty Dancing lift on the water, huge names in comedy keeping everyone laughing throughout the weekend and lots of new activity tucked away in The Faraway Forest.

Also away from the music and arts, people were treated to yoga sessions and volleyball lessons, and Alexandra Heminsley led a morning run before talking about her new book, ‘Running Like A Girl’.

Here, photographer Mark Field shares with us some of his pictures of the weekend.

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