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More big names added to Latitude line-up

PUBLISHED: 10:00 25 March 2010 | UPDATED: 09:06 02 July 2010

The Horrors

The Horrors

Emily Dennis

More big names have been added to the line-up for this year's Latitude Festival as organisers revealed that tickets for the event are selling well.

More big names have been added to the line-up for this year's Latitude Festival as organisers revealed that tickets for the event are selling “phenomenally well”.

Rock band The Horrors, former Pulp member Richard Hawley, and Icelandic star Jónsi Birgisson from Sigur Rós, are the latest names to be confirmed for this summer's festival on the Henham estate between Beccles and Southwold.

They join a line-up that includes Brit Award winners Florence and the Machine, indie pop band Belle and Sebastian, New York indie rock quartet Vampire Weekend and Australian electric music duo Empire of the Sun.

The event, at Henham Park, near Southwold, is one of the region's most popular music and arts festivals and is back this summer for a fifth year running from July 15-18.

Other artists set to appear at the festival are The Maccabees, an indie rock five piece from Brighton, and Mexican musical duo Rodrigo y Gabriela.

Tickets for Latitude are now on sale. Weekend tickets cost £155 subject to booking fee. Day tickets for Friday, Saturday and Sunday cost £65 subject to booking fee. Weekend ticket prices include car parking and camping. Day tickets include car parking only.

To book call the credit cardline 0871 2310846 or visit www.festivalrepublic.com, www.seetickets.com or www.latitudefestival.co.uk

See the Going Out section in every Friday's Evening News for all the best in local listings.


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