Yard Act and Moinín Man are some of the 50 new names that have joined this year’s Latitude Festival – see the full lineup below.
The festival will return to Henham Park in Suffolk from 20-23 July, and will feature Pulp pioneers Paolo Nutini and George Ezra, as well as a special performance from Siouxsie Sioux.
The latest announcement features James, who will perform with an orchestra and choir, alongside Dry Cleaning, Men I Trust, Wunderhorse, The Murder Capital, Do Nothing and Bob Vylan, among others.
The festival’s line-up of comedians has also been revealed, featuring Sara Pascoe, Romesh Ranganathan, Ed Gamble and more.
See Latitude’s full and up-to-date lineup below. You can buy tickets here.
Other artists on the Latitude 2023 lineup include The Kooks, Metronomy, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, The Big Moon, Black Midi, Lightning Seeds, The Proclaimers, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Young Fathers.
“Latitude has never been associated with music: it’s an enriching cultural experience, and this year’s line-up of comedy, theater and the arts is set to be the most diverse of the festival to date,” read the festival’s statement. festival.
“A wide range of dance, cultural visionaries, poets, podcasters and top performing artists will be announced in due course during the festival in an artistic field without borders.”
The 2022 festival was headlined by Lewis Capaldi, Foals and Snow Patrol. In their review of the event, NME wrote: “Latitude is the most polite festival yet, but the 2022 event is in for a big break. “
Whether this is a one-off reaction to the extreme times we live in or the shape of things to come remains to be seen, but with the likes of Nova Twins filling The Alcove with their hard rock and Snow Patrol singing ‘Chasing Cars’ on the main stage, even Latitude seems hungry for change.”