The latest wave of acts which will perform at Latitude next summer has been announced.

Among those that will be taking to the stage at Henham Park, in Suffolk, is British rock band Kasabian.

They join 80s pop giants Duran Duran, who were confirmed as one of the main headliners last month.

Kasabian have previously headlined Glastonbury as well as Leeds and Reading Festival.

The group will be performing ahead of their new album "Happenings".

The group, made up of Serge Pizzorno, bassist Chris Edwards, drummer Ian Matthews and guitarist Tim Carter, said: "This is going to be our first time at Latitude, and it's going to be massive.

"We can't wait to give you the show of your lives. See you in the summer! "

British alternate rock trio Keane will also be heading to Henham Park. The band is celebrating 20 years since the launch of their debut album - Hopes and Fears.

Eastern Daily Press: The festival takes place in Henham Park in SuffolkThe festival takes place in Henham Park in Suffolk (Image: Newsquest)

Tim Rice-Oxley, Keane's keyboardist, said: "We were gutted when we missed out on playing at Latitude when it was cancelled in 2020 - so we’re over the moon to finally be playing there next year.

"It’s a legendary festival and we can’t wait to be there.” 

London Grammar, Nile Rodgers and Chic, Khruangbin, Rick Astley, Rag'n'Bone Man, Orbital and comedian Sara Pascoe have all also been confirmed.

Melvin Benn, Latitude’s festival director, said: "Having Duran Duran, Kasabian, London Grammar,  Keane, and Sara Pascoe leading the lineup at this year's Latitude Festival truly epitomises our vision for a diverse and dynamic program.

He added: "Each performer brings their unique energy and style to the bill, promising an unforgettable experience for our audience."

The festival is set to take place from July 25 to July 28 next year.