Latitude Festival: Friday’s timings

Latitude 2013 at Henham Park in Suffolk.People arriving in the sunshine to set up camp on the first

Latitude 2013 at Henham Park in Suffolk.People arriving in the sunshine to set up camp on the first day of the festival.Picture: James Bass - Credit: James Bass

Today's event timings for Latitude Festival 2013

Obilesk Arena

12.30pm – The Leisure Society

1.35pm – Tim Burgess

2.40pm – Stornoway

3.50pm – I Am Kloot

5pm – Yo La Tengo

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6.30pm – Cat Power

8pm – Maccabees

9.30pm – Bloc Party

BBC Radio 6 Music Stage

12pm – Themepark

12.55pm – James Skelly & The Intruders

1.55pm – Willy Mason

2.50pm – Akron/Family

3.50pm – John Grant

4.55pm – Beth Orton, pictured

6.05pm – Richard Thompson

7.30pm – Villagers

8.45pm – Calexico

10pm – Texas

i Arena

11.45am – Naomi Keyte

12.30pm – Nick Mulvey

1.15pm – Young Wonder

2.10pm – Mikhael Paskalev

2.55pm – Malcolm Middleton

3.35pm – Deptford Goth

4.35pm – Sohn

5.25pm – CHVRCHES

6.25pm – Rachel Zeffira

7.30pm – Widowspeak

8.35pm – DIIV

9.45pm – Japandroids

The Lake Stage

12.45pm – To Be Frank

1.35pm – Luke Sital-Singh

2.25pm – Coves

3.15pm – Joe Banfi

4.05pm – Wolf Alice

4.55pm – Sweet Baboo

5.50pm – Stubborn Heart

6.40pm – Teleman

7.30pm – MØ

8.35pm – Benjamin Francis Leftwich

The Alcove

2pm – Gamu

3pm – The Establishment

4pm – Kins

5pm – Mt Wolf

6pm – Dems

7pm – Bipolar Sunshine

8pm – Chloe Howl

Comedy Arena

11am – Chrotle Student Award

12.30pm – Nick Helm & The Helmettes

1.20pm – Rubberbandits

2.15pm – Elish James

2.45pm – Romesh Ranganathan

3.15pm – Seann Walsh

4.15pm – Roisin Conaty

4.45pm – Andrew O'Neill

5.15pm – Mark Watson

6.10pm – Sean Lock

Theatre Arena

11am – Daniel Kitson: Work In Progress

1.15pm – Royal Exchange Theatre

2.45pm – Daniel Bye

4.15pm – Clean Break

5.30pm – Drywrite

7pm – Battersea Arts Centre presents Made In China

11.15pm – Daniel Kitson: After the Beginning, Before the End

There are more acts across the various stages and all times stated are approximate and subject to change.

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