Echo and the Bunnyman head up the latest acts confirmed for Latitude 2011, which will return to Henham Park, Southwold in Suffolk from 14-17 July.
Known for tracks like ‘The Cutter’ and ‘The Killing Moon’, the Liverpool group will be joined by The Cribs, Lyle Lovett and The Raghu Dixit Project on the bill.
The National, Suede and Paulo Nutini will headline the event this year with Kele, Paloma Faith, Rumer and Wanda Jackson set to play along with The Waterboys, Everything Everything, The Bees, Bright Eyes and British Sea Power.
Meanwhile, poets and authors set to perform include Linton Kwesi Johnson, Jo Shapcott, Simon Armitage, Sarah Dunant, Dave Gorman and Alexei Sayle will all appear, with comedians including Omid Djalili, Jason Byrne and Phill Jupitus.
There will be theatre and dance productions by the likes of Lyric Hammersmith, Bush Theatre, Sadler’s Wells and English National Ballet, cabaret performances from Will Adamsdale, Bourgeois and Maurice, and BAFTA will return to the Film & Music Arena with Q&As, discussions and workshops including Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon discussing ‘The Trip’.
Weekend tickets are onsale now, priced at £170.