Latitude 2018: Everything you need to know about Latitude Festival
PUBLISHED: 14:26 14 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:13 20 February 2018
PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD
Tickets went on sale today for Latitude 2018 - here is everything you need to know about the four-day festival.
Latitude Festival takes place from Thursday, July 12, to Sunday, July 15.
The event takes place in Henham Park in Suffolk, just north of the village of Blythburgh. It lies at the intersection of the A12 and A145.
Who is performing?
The line-up includes for music includes The Killers, Solange, Alt-J, The Vaccines, Rag’n’Bone Man, Jessie Ware and lots more.
For comedy you can expect Harry Hill, Bridget Christie, David ‘O’ Doherty, Tim Key, Jonathan Pie, James Acaster.
There will also be a Theatre & Dance stage, The Speakeasy stage which features authors and poets, and so much more.
How much are the tickets?
For an adult weekend ticket it costs £197.50 plus a £15.80 booking fee.
For a teen weekend ticket it costs £132.50 plus a £10.60 booking fee.
For a child’s weekend ticket it is £15.
Big Green Coach are the official travel provider for Latitude 2018 and they will be picking up festival goers from 18 locations across the UK, arriving on Thursday and departing for home on Monday morning.
Day return coaches will also be running on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Festival organisers do not recommend those driving to the event use a Sat Nav system as there are different routes into the site depending on which direction you are approaching from. Instead they advise drivers to refer to the temporary festival road signage.
Weekend and day parking is separate to campsite parking and parking is included in the price of your ticket.
Tow-away vehicles will remove any illegally parked cars and there will be a recovery service on site on Saturday morning.
Latitude prides itself on being a family friendly festival, but does have a few stipulations.
They do not allow anyone under 16 to attend the festival without an adult of 18 or over and children under 10 need to be accompanied at all times.
There will be a family campsite for those with children under the age of 16 to sleep, the site features dedicated toilets, showers, washing up facilities and food traders.
It is situated next to the Enchanted Garden area where you can enjoy a programme of family activities.
To stay in the family campsite, visitors will need to have purchased the family camping tickets.
Certain acts performing over the weekend will be unsuitable for children, films shown in the film and music arena may be classified as 15 or 18, the cabaret arena will contain nudity and the comedy arena will contain swearing.
A selection of tempting food will be available to purchase over the weekend from vendors such as Fundi, which offers wood-fired pizza, Petare which will bring a Venezuelan food experience to the festival and Babek which takes the humble kebab and turns it up a notch.
There will also be Mexican-inspired street food, Japanese pan-fried gyozas and crispy squid rings.
For more information visit latitudefestival.com