Latitude festival announces Lake Stage line up
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The Lake Stage line up for this year's Latitude Festival has been announced.
Handpicked by DJ and broadcaster Huw Stephens, the Lake Stage bill offers festival goers the opportunity to see the stars of the future in an intimate environment.
Previous artists who have graced the stage include The xx, James Blake and Bombay Bicycle Club.
This year the Lake Stage welcomes hip-hop favourite Loyle Carner, whose sensitive rap has positioned him at the forefront of modern UK hip-hop, and fellow BBC Sound of 2016 soloist Billie Marten.
Also announced to perform on the Lake Stage are The Big Moon, Fickle Friends, Estrons and many more exciting acts.
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Latitude debuts will come from art-rocker Kiran Leonard, electro-pop duo The Rhythm Method, Martha Ffion, harmonic underground project Love Nor Money and singer-songwriter Oktoba.
Making their return to Henham Park and performing on the Lake Stage will be alt-rock Irishmen Bleeding Heart Pigeons and the classically trained Colm Mac Con Iomaire.
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The festival, held from July 14 to July 17, also announced a new wave of acts on the BBC 6 Music Stage, as Mercury Prize nominees Slaves return to the festival, along with electronic soul duo Honne and Minor Victories, made up of Mogwai, Slowdive and Editors members, are set to perform a festival exclusive at Henham Park.
The Sunrise Arena will also host indie-art quartet Teleman, indie veteran and composer Bill Ryder-Jones and Norfolk's own Let's Eat Grandma.
These new additions join an already stellar music line up fronted by headliners The Maccabees, The National and New Order alongside Grimes, Of Monsters And Men, CHVRCHES, Father John Misty, The Lumineers, David Rodigan, Mike Skinner & Murkage Present TONGA, and many more.
Latitude Festival continues to inspire and break new ground with its unparalleled arts programme, including comedians Russell Howard, Josh Widdicombe and Reggie Watts; cabaret from Duckie, Soho Theatre and much more.
Tickets are on sale now, with adult weekend passes costing £197.50 and day tickets costing £77.50.
For further information visit www.latitudefestival.com.
ACROSS THE MUSIC ARENAS
SLAVES | BEAR'S DEN | HONNE
MINOR VICTORIES | TELEMAN
BILL RYDER-JONES | LET'S EAT GRANDMA
EMMA POLLOCK | PUMAROSA | FLAMINGODS
BABEHEAVEN | BILLIE MARTEN
BLAENAVON | BLEEDING HEART PIGEONS
CAMERON A G | COLM MAC CON IOMAIRE
DECLAN MCKENNA | ESTRONS
FICKLE FRIENDS | ISAAC GRACIE | JONES
KIRAN LEONARD | LISS | LOVE NOR MONEY
LOUIS BERRY | LOYLE CARNER | MARTHA FFION
MEILYR JONES | MUCKANIKS | OKTOBA
OSCAR | PIXX | SAMARIS | THE BIG MOON
THE RHYTHM METHOD