The legendary Las Vegas veteran has been revealed amongst the latest acts for this month's Latitude Festival, organisers have confirmed.
The man behind such classic tracks as ‘Delilah’ and ‘What’s New Pussycat’ is set to debut his upcoming album – the blues-edged ‘Praise and Blame’ set for release later this month – ‘In The Woods’ next to the main arena at midnight on the Thursday (July 15) of the respected and eclectic event.
Alongside, I Blame Coco, Boycott Monday, Spectrals and Steve Mason have all been confirmed for the naturally themed festival, amongst others.
Already confirmed for the Suffolk-based based extravaganza are headliners Florence and The Machine, Vampire Weekend and Belle and Sebastian, as well as Mumford and Sons, Frank Turner and Empire Of The Sun plus many more.
Latitude Festival 2010, now in its fifth year looks to be returning bigger than ever with a plethora of musicians, artists, theatrical and literary acts spread across thirteen arenas. Stay tuned to Virtual Festivals for coverage starting from Thursday (July 15).
Latitude 2010 takes place at Henham Park Estate in Suffolk on 15-18 July.
Tickets have sold out but there are a number of passes available on secondary ticketing platform viagogo, both for individual days and for the weekend, currently starting at £50 for all three days.
viagogo will provide a safe and secure online platform enabling fans to sell spare tickets if they are unable to attend. viagogo guarantees every transaction meaning that buyers can be sure they will get the tickets they paid for, and that sellers will get paid for their tickets.