A Norfolk music night is set to go down a storm at Latitude Festival after being chosen to play immediately after 90s legends Pulp leave the stage. 

Common People, the 90s britpop, indie and dance night, will play the In The Woods stage at 11pm on Friday, July 21.

It is the second time they have DJed at the popular festival after closing the same stage 12 months ago. 

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The gig represents a dream come true for Jon Rogers and David Powles, who have been running the event regularly in Norwich and beyond for the past five years. 

Mr Rogers said: "When we started Common People nights in Norwich back in 2018 we always said we wanted to play a festival. 

"Last year we were delighted to get that opportunity and had a great time DJing our favourite songs to a crowd of around 1,000 people.

Eastern Daily Press: Common People will perform straight after Pulp on Friday, July 21 Common People will perform straight after Pulp on Friday, July 21 (Image: Supplied) 

"However, to be chosen to play on the same night as Pulp, the band for whom our night is named after, is absolutely amazing and we can't wait to keep the party going for another few hours.

"The 90s was a really special era for so many people and we feel proud to get the opportunity to celebrate that."

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Common People, named after the famous Pulp song sung by legendary frontman Jarvis Cocker, have brought a string of big names to the county, including Bez from the Happy Mondays, Shed Seven's Rick Witter and Sleeper's Louise Wener. 

At Latitude, they will play from 11pm to 3am alongside regular guest DJ Robbie Knox, formerly of Soccer AM fame and now part of the popular JaackMaate YouTube show. 

Meanwhile, at their next regular night they will welcome BBC 6 Music presenter and 90s legend Steve Lamacq to the Norwich Waterfront on Saturday, December 2. 

Tickets for that show are available at ueaticketbookings.co.uk