Barclaycard Presents Latitude Festival is set to return to Henham Park from Thursday July 20 to Sunday 23. Here's a guide to everything you need to know - from food and drink to parking.
With around 40,000 people expected to attend, it is clear that this festival is very popular with a range of different age groups.
This year's headliners include George Ezra, Paolo Nutini, and Pulp.
In the comedy tent, a range of well-known faces can be watched, including Ed Gamble, Sara Pascoe, Russell Kane, and Romesh Ranganathan, who is headlining on Sunday night.
Here are the answers to some of the questions you may have about this year's festival.
What are the timings for Latitude Festival?
The campsite will open at 10am on Thursday July 20, and close on Monday July 24 at 1pm. The campsite is staffed 24 hours a day, so you can arrive at any point during this period.
The campervan and caravan fields (General and Family) are open earlier, at 2pm on Wednesday July 19. This access is ONLY to the field specified. Access to the rest of the site will not be accessible until Thursday.
What food and drink will be available?
Latitude has announced that it will be teaming up with Street Feast again to bring you a diverse range of food options from traders.
The Guest Chef restaurant, launched last year, will also have food from a range of celebrity guests. Kicking off the experience on Thursday are Suffolk locals Emma Freud and Richard Curtis, and musicians Sophie Ellis-Bexter and Richard Jones will conclude the event on Sunday.
Payments will be cashless.
How do I get there and where do I park?
Latitude recommends that you avoid using a sat nav system when travelling by car, and follow the temporary signage instead.
Weekend and day parking is available in nearby fields, and the cost of parking is included in your festival ticket. Any cars parked illegally will be towed.
What public transport is available to the site?
Big Green Bus are the official travel partners of Latitude. Pick-ups can be arranged from 16 locations around the UK for weekend campers. Day ticket holders can get the bus to and from the venue from Colchester, Ipswich, London (Stratford and Victoria), and Norwich.
Borderbus will be running shuttle buses from Halesworth, Southwold, and Kessingland to the festival site. Tickets are bookable through their website.
Halesworth Station is the nearest to the site. Anyone travelling from London should be aware that the train does not go directly to Halesworth, and they will need to change at Ipswich.
The last trains from Halesworth are around 9pm, so it is best to check in advance.
What will the disabled access be like?
At the event there will be accessible toilets, platforms, and hearing loops. Some performances will have sign language interpreters.
Access requirement forms can be found on the website, where a list of required documentation can also be found. Anyone who applies for access will be sent a guide before the event with all of the relevant detail attached.
There will be a signposted access car park at the site
What can and can't I bring?
Most of the banned items are pretty self-explanatory. Festival attendees cannot bring flares, blowtorches, or anything which might be considered a weapon.
However, some of the less obvious banned items include aerosols over 250ml, airhorns, sound systems, and paddleboards.
Anyone under the age of 18 cannot bring alcohol, and anyone over the legal age limit will have excessive amounts of alcohol confiscated.
What is there to do for families?
Named the Best Family Festival at the UK Festival Awards, there is plenty for families to do. The four designated areas include the kids' area, the inbetweeners' teen area, the Enchanted Garden, and Camp Greenpeace.
All sites are open for significant periods of time across the weekend, so there is plenty for your family to explore.
Are tickets still available?
Day and luxury tickets are still available through the website, but weekend tickets are sold out.