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Photo gallery: Stunning shots taken at Latitude as festival-goers look forward to Blur and Gorillaz star Damon Albarn performing

17:00 19 July 2014

Playing in the sun at Latitude

Playing in the sun at Latitude

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After a wet start the sun is out and the excitement is building for Damon Albarn’s headline set at Latitude.

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Last night Lily Allen performed to thousands at the Obelisk Stage following popular performances by Rudimental and Kelis.

Now there is just hours to go before the Blur frontman plays after releasing his debut solo album earlier this year.

The EADT and Ipswich Star have got a team of reporters and photographers covering the festival near Southwold.

Are you at Latitude? Who’s given the best performances so far? Email your photos to newsroom@archant.co.uk and tweet @MattHunter22, @CallumMaclean91 and @ajehollis

For everything Latitude click here.

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