Win a pair of Latitude tickets

PUBLISHED: 15:00 26 June 2013

Win a pair of Latitude tickets

Win a pair of Latitude tickets


Now in its eighth year, the ever-popular multi-arts festival Latitude returns to Henham Park in Southwold from 18 – 21 July. The Eastern Daily Press have teamed up with them to offer lucky one reader and a friend weekend tickets for the event.

Bloc Party will be first to headline on Friday, followed by German electronic pioneers Kraftwerk, performing their highly celebrated 3-D concert on Saturday. Taking centre stage on Sunday will be Foals, one of the UK’s most dynamic and accomplished bands of recent times. The varied music line-up also features appearances from Mercury Prize winners Alt-J, soul songstress Laura Mvula, and folk-rockers Grizzly Bear.

Justly proud of their ‘Best Family Festival’ title, Latitude also offers a selection of arts programming, with eleven dedicated arts spaces offering comedy, film, dance, theatre, literature, poetry and cabaret.

Recent announcements have added an impressive roster of talent onto the arts schedule for the weekend. The award winning hip-hop company Boy Blue Entertainment joins the list of dance acts, while local theatre companies The Cut and M2M will perform Where’s Elvis at the Outdoor Theatre. You can also catch Eddie Izzard and offbeat Irish stand-up Dylan Moran in the Comedy Arena, and even Dermot O’Leary playing his pick of Indie Disco tunes in the Woods.

The winner of the Eastern Daily Press competition will receive a pair of weekend tickets to Latitude Festival 2013. For further details and how to enter, see the Eastern Daily Press on Friday 28 and Saturday 29 June 2013.

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