Wolf Alice, The Chemical Brothers, Bastille and Bombay bicycle Club have been announced as the headliners of this year’s Latitude Festival.
The 2020 edition of the festival was axed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it will return in 2021 between July 22nd and 25th and Henham Park, Suffolk.
Headliners Wolf Alice said: “Eight years, several horrendous haircuts, three albums and we are back but this time we are headlining. What an honour.”
The Chemical Brothers will headline the 24th, and Bastille and Bombay Bicycle Club are co-headlining on the final night (25th). Bastille will perform their new ‘ReOrchestrated’ set, which includes a 20-piece orchestra and choir.
Other huge acts set to play across the weekend are Rudimental, Hot Chip, Fontaines D.C., Beabadoobee, Declan McKenna, Arlo Parks, Holly Humberstone, Shame and Dry Cleaning.
Of course, Latitude 2021 also boasts a colossal comedy line-up. Legends such as Bill Bailey, Jo Brand, Simon Amstell, Katherine Ryan and Reginald D Hunter are on the bill. There will also be arts, literature and speaking events across the weekend. You can buy tickets here.
Back in March 2021, Latitude founder and creator Melvin Benn maintained that this year’s edition will run at full capacity.
“We are confident that our hard work in conforming to the protocols, plus the fact that all UK adults are due to have been offered the vaccine before the festival takes place, PLUS the news of large scale test events rolling out in April and May, will mean that we really can go ahead,” he said.
See the full line-up, below.