Latitude preview on the road

A preview of this year's Latitude festival will be on offer in Norwich and around the country over the next few weeks.

A preview of this year's Latitude festival will be on offer in Norwich and around the country over the next few weeks.

The Longing for Latitude event is billed as a small taster of what will be on offer, “providing a small glimpse into the type of eclectic art, entertainment and attractions available for your delectation over the weekend”.

The Latitude festival, which is put on by Glastonbury organiser Mean Fiddler, will run for its second annual weekend on the Henham estate, between Beccles and Southwold, on July 13 to 15.

Headliners are Arcade Fire, Damien Rice and Damon Albarn's new band The Good, the Bad and the Queen.

Longing for Latitude will feature exclusive sets from Findlay Brown, brother and sister Angus and Julia Stone; blues from American duo Alberta Cross; and ethereal music from Paris Motel. The tour starts in London on Monday and finishes at Norwich Arts Centre on Friday, May 11.

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