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July 2019
Festivals

Latitude has announced a few more bands, and teased an “iconic secret act”

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Published: 3:47 pm, June 26, 2018
Latitude has announced a few more bands, and teased an “iconic secret act”

With just three weeks left to go, a few more names have been announced for Latitude.

New to the music bill are MNEK – who’s working his way towards a new album later this year – Deap Vally, Talos, Bethlehem Casuals and Black Midi, while Richard Ayoade in conversation with Mark Kermode is also a new addition to the Music and Film Arena.

The acts mark the completion of this year’s bill, with the exception of a secret set still to be announced.

They join a line-up that already features headline sets from SolangeThe Killers and Alt-J, as well as performances from Wolf Alice, Belle and Sebastian, The Vaccines, Rag’n’Bone Man, Jessie Ware, Fickle Friends, Tune-Yards, Alvvays, Confidence Man, Hinds, IDLES, Pip Blom, Japandroids, Ibeyi, Black Honey, Parquet Courts and The Breeders.

Latitude will take place from 12th-15th July at Henham Park in Suffolk.

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