Latitude 2011 have teamed up with well renowned travel operator National Express to provide festival-goers with the most efficient and hassle free way to get to the festival. There are dozens of coaches travelling from all four corners of the country to enable you to arrive with minimal effort.
More festival-goers are travelling by coach to events because of its green credentials and because it saves money on car parking and the coach drops ticket-holders closer to the campsite than any other mode of transport.
Now nobody has to have the short straw of being designated driver, simply find the coach you want and follow the instructions. Booking online couldn’t be simpler, go to the National Express website by clicking here use the menu on the left to select where you will be travelling from, take a look at the departure options and buy your ticket.
Latitude returns to the idyllic surroundings of Henham Park in Suffolk for three more days of creative immersion with music, art, comedy, literature, theatre, film and poetry ready to take your breath away.
Expect the Latitude 2011 line up to feature ethereal bands like past performers Sigur Ros or Elbow. Whether it’s surprise guests in the woods keeping handfuls of festival-goers in awe or a poet’s turn of phrase making a punter chortle, Latitude is a rich tapestry of joyous art for all ages.
The festival boasts around fifteen arenas that will enlighten, question, amuse and bemuse the most cultured festival-goer. Latitude even has a children’s arena that is as diverse as anything for adults. It’s a weekend away where fans can rediscover themselves.
With a green conscience the festival has composting toilets, solar showers and teamed up with Ecover who will be providing eco-friendly shower gel. There are also plenty of bars and eateries to keep you full over the weekend as well as bespoke camping available to hire.
Latitude 2011 tickets can be purchased with or without camping passes for the weekend.