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June 2019
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Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018

Featuring The Vaccines, Breeders and Boy Azooga.
Published: 6:40 pm, July 15, 2018 Photos: Jamie MacMillan.

We're deep into this year's Latitude Festival. Our people have been on the ground all weekend. There'll be a full report to follow 'soon', but for now, check out these photos of some of what's already gone down, including The Vaccines, Breeders and Boy Azooga.

Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018
Here's more from the second day of Latitude 2018

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