Grizzly Bear, more join the Latitude 2013 line-up

Latitude line-up swells with new acts for 2013

Grizzly Bear, more join the Latitude 2013 line-up

Photographer:Burak Cingi

Chris Swindells - 16 April 2013

Brooklyn alt-rockers Grizzly Bear will play the Obelisk Arena and join a line-up that already features headliners Bloc Party, Foals and Kraftwerk, who bring their 3-D live experience to the festival setting for the first time.

Oxford four-piece Stornoway, Charlatans man Tim Burgess and José González fronted indie-folk trio Junip also join the Obelisk Arena line-up.

Founding Fairport Convetion member Richard Thompson OBE, Rudimental, James Skelly & The Intenders, John Grant, Theme Park, Austra and Duane Eddy have been added to the bill for the newly labelled BBC Radio 6 Music Stage.

 
Latitude Festival
takes place from Thursday 18 July - Sunday 21 July 2013 at Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk. The festival began in 2006 and has grown to a 35,000 capacity music and arts festival with more than 15 stages and arenas, playing host to over 500 live acts.

Click here for the full Latitude Festival line-up.

Nick Mulvey, Half Moon Run, Matt Corby, James Yorkston and Milo Greene all take to the iArena Stage.

Joining the comedy line-up will be 15 storeys high stand-up Sean Lock and Edinburgh comedy award winner Russell Kane, plus the ever unpredictable Nick Helm and Naz Osmanoglu. BFI present Adam Buxton's BUG, and you can also see Keith Allen's Anti-Establishment Club, Mark Thomas, Roisin Conaty and Jonny & The Baptists.


In the Film & Music Arena you will be able to catch British Sea Power performing the atmospheric and epic score they wrote for Award-winning film maker Penny Woolcock’s 'From The Sea To The Land And Beyond', a documentary presented by the Sheffield Documentary Festival.

Elsewhere Ed Harcourt will make his Latitude debut, Australian producer Flume will get behind the late night tunes and White Mink present a bit of glamour with their 1920's theme dance night.


Latitude Festival tickets
are available now, subject to booking fees and are priced as follows:

Weekend adult tickets - £182.50 and £8 booking fee
Weekend accompanied teen ticket (13-15 years) - £132.50 and £8 booking fee
Weekend child (5-12 years) tickets - £5 and £1.50 booking fee
Adult day tickets Fri, Sat, Sun - £77.50 and £7 booking fee
Child (5-12 years) day tickets Fri, Sat, Sun - £5 and £1.50 booking fee
Campervan Permit - £40.80
Locker - £16

Children aged 0-4 are free with a full paying adult and do not need to be registered. Children aged 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18. There are a limited number of teen tickets available for those aged 13-15 years. Teen tickets can only be purchased when buying an adult ticket.Teen ticket holders MUST be accompanied by and adult over 18 years.

Click here to buy Latitude Festival tickets.

Latitude Festival got a 8.5 VF review in 2012, click here to read our Latitude Festival 2012 review.


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