Latitude Festival 2024: Dates, line-up and how to get tickets

Duran Duran are one of the headliners (PR Handout / Nefer Suvio)
Duran Duran are one of the headliners (PR Handout / Nefer Suvio)

Duran Duran, Kasabian, Keane, London Grammar, as well as comedian Sara Pascoe have been announced as headliners for next year's Latitude Festival.

Pascoe will be headlining the comedy section after having to pull out of last year's festival due to illness. Jo Brand, Judi Love, and Joanne McNally will also headline alongside Lucy Beaumont, Grace Campbell, Laura Smyth, Mark Simmons, Sarah Keyworth, Sophie Duker, The Comedy Store, and The Horne Section.

Also set to perform are Chic and Nile Rodgers, Rick Astley Orbital, and Rag N’Bone Man. We can also expect to hear performances from Corinne Bailey Rae, Caity Baser, CMAT, The Darkness, Waxahatchee, and Future Islands. The Vaccines are also returning to Latitude after performing first in 2015 then again in 2021.

Festival director Melvin Benn said the event aimed to offer "an unforgettable experience for our audience".

It will be the first time Leicester band Kasabian have performed at Latitude. Lead singer Serge Pizzorno said: "We can't wait to give you the show of your lives."

London Grammar are also making their first appearance at the festival, in their only show billed for 2024. “We are extremely excited to announce that we will be headlining Latitude Festival next summer.” the Brit Awards-nominated band said.

“It is a beautiful opportunity to play the festival for the very first time, which is so well loved. It’s also a chance for us to perform new music that we have been creating, and we can’t wait to share it at Latitude.”

Keane’s headline appearance comes after they were booked for Latitude 2020, which was cancelled due to the pandemic.

“We were gutted when we missed out on playing at Latitude when it was cancelled in 2020,” said the band’s keyboardist Tim Rice-Oxley, “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.”

Read on to find out the full line-up announced so far.

When and where is Latitude 2024?

Next year's Latitude Festival will take place from July 25 to 28.

It will return to Suffolk's Henham Park.

Who is in the Latitude 2024 line-up?

The line-up so far is:

  • Duran Duran

  • Kasabian

  • Keane

  • London Grammar

  • Sara Pascoe

  • Jo Brand

  • Judi Love

  • Joanne McNally

  • Lucy Beaumont

  • Grace Campbell

  • Laura Smyth

  • Mark Simmons

  • Sarah Keyworth

  • Sophie Duker

  • The Comedy Store

  • The Horne Section

  • Corinne Bailey Rae

  • Caity Baser

  • CMAT

  • The Darkness

  • Future Islands

  • Khruangbin

  • Nile Rodgers & Chic

  • Orbital

  • Rag ’n’ Bone Man

  • Rick Astley

  • The Mary Wallopers

  • Reverend & The Makers

  • Mary In The Junkyard

  • Picture Parlour

  • University

  • Samira Banks

  • Waxahatchee

  • The Vaccines

  • Chortle Student Comedy Award Finalists

More acts are set to be announced.

How to get tickets

Tickets for the Latitude Festival go on sale at 11am on Tuesday, December 12 here.

Presale tickets are available now.

What is the history of Latitude Festival?

The first Latitude Festival took place in 2006. The event was created by Festival Republic (formerly Mean Fiddler Music Group) in partnership with the arts organisation Poet in the City and was established as an annual event.

Latitude is renowned for its eclectic line-up, featuring music acts from various genres, as well as a strong focus on other artistic disciplines. The festival embraces the performing arts, literature, poetry, comedy, film, and visual arts.

Latitude is often considered a family-friendly festival, offering a kids' area with activities, as well as a camping section.

The festival also includes areas dedicated to wellness and mindfulness, such as the Faraway Forest. Here, people can participate in workshops, talks, and activities promoting well-being.

Latitude has a dedicated comedy arena that hosts performances from well-known comedians. The festival's literary and poetry stages showcase a mix of established and emerging writers and poets.

For more information, visit the event website here.