Latitude: How much money shall I take to the festival?

Festival goers arive to a sunny Henham Park for Latitude. Picture: PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD

Festival goers arive to a sunny Henham Park for Latitude. Picture: PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD

With only a couple of days to go until you put your tent up at the Latitude festival, you are probably wondering how much spending money you will need when you are there. To help you out we have put together a price list.

Latitude Festival. Picture: MARC SETHI

Latitude Festival. Picture: MARC SETHI - Credit: Marc Sethi

The amount of money you need to take all depends on you, what you want to do at the festival and how prepared you come.

Some people will attend with a full cool box whereas others will pack lighter.

Here are the types of things you may have to pay out for when you are there.

Latitude Picture: VICTOR FRANKOWSKI

Latitude Picture: VICTOR FRANKOWSKI - Credit: Archant

Food


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Catering Latitude this year is Happy Maki, Shaken Udder, Pan-n-Ice, Coffee Gondola, Blixen x Latitude, and Waitrose.

Happy Maki: Specialises in sushi street food and will be bringing their vegan sushi, avocado kiss, and Thai sweet potato to the fields.

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If that tickles your fancy the price for these according to Deliveroo are £7 each.

Latitude Festival. Picture: JAMES BASS

Latitude Festival. Picture: JAMES BASS - Credit: James Bass

Shaken Udder: What could be better on a hot day than enjoying a nice cold milkshake?

What makes it even better is Shaken Udder only uses real ingredients to flavour their milk, so they are free from preservatives and artificial colours.

According to Tesco who stocks the product the milkshakes start from £1.30.

...and cool off with a quick dip. Picture: James Bass

...and cool off with a quick dip. Picture: James Bass - Credit: James Bass

Pan-n-ice: Perfect for a summer’s day Pan-n-ice are bringing hand crafted ice cream rolls which are made on frozen plates to the festival.

There will be two separate units set up so if you haven’t yet make sure you try this new way of eating ice cream.

According to Deliveroo they are £4 each.

Coffee Gondola: For a weekend event like Latitude coffee is a must-have in order to keep going, and stay awake for all your favourite acts.

...and cool off with a quick dip. Picture: James Bass

...and cool off with a quick dip. Picture: James Bass - Credit: James Bass

They also offer tea and hot chocolate.

There are no prices available online however we all know a takeaway coffee can start from about £2.

Blixen X Latitude: Blixen are back at Latitude for another year to wow with their rotating all-day brasserie menu.

Open throughout the day, you’ll need to book a table if you want to be dining in their bijou pop-up.

...and cool off with a quick dip. Picture: James Bass

...and cool off with a quick dip. Picture: James Bass - Credit: James Bass

The menu and prices are available here

Waitrose: The Waitrose tent will have a range of food on offer to cover summer dishes, breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Expect smoked salmon with scrambled egg on sourdough toast, pulled pork rolls and quinoa burgers with sweet potato fries.

There’s going to be a rooftop lounge and pimp your own Prosecco.

...and cool off with a quick dip. Picture: James Bass

...and cool off with a quick dip. Picture: James Bass - Credit: James Bass

Check out Waitrose’s site here to see how much this tent would cost you.

Swimming

If you, or anyone you are attending the festival with, would like to learn to swim in the Latitude lake, it is £25 per lesson.

You need to book swimming lessons in advance – you can do that here.

Mobile charging

Music Angel Unlimited Mobile Charging will be at the festival providing their Social Power Battery which will give you unlimited charging for £20.

SOLAS Relaxation workshop

The SOLAS healing area has a range of treatments on offer, from acupressure, massages, pamper sessions and yoga.

SoulDome: 360’ cinematic restoration session: £5

Workshops: £5 per person

Therapies: 30 minutes = £30, 60 minutes = £50

Short head/neck/shoulder on a therapy chair: Donations at the festival

Pamper Dome Treatments:

Pamper Hour | 1 Hour: £60

Festival Facial | 1 Hour: £60 | 30 Minutes: £35

​Festival Foot Treatment | 1 Hour: £60 | 30 Minutes: £35

Merchandise:

If you love a souvenir you might be interested in purchasing a Latitude 2017 jumper or T-shirt.

According to their website here is how much merchandise will cost you

Latitude Jumper: £40

Latitude T-shirt: £15-£20

Latitude programme: £10

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