Latitude Fest is a multi day music festival located in Henham Park, England. Campsites are open from Thursday, July 13 at 2:00 PM until Monday, July 17 at 1:00 PM. Actual festival arena hours are Thursday, July 13 (5 PM – 3 AM) and Friday July 14 – Sunday July 16 (10 AM – 3 AM).

Tickets are not the same for every age group, and there are quite a few age specific rules and side notes for this festival. Children 0-4 years of age do not need a ticket to attend. Children 5-12 years need a child ticket. Teens from 13-15 years will need an accompanied teen ticket. This is because under-16 teens need an adult who is over 18 to stay on site all weekend. All under-10s need to be accompanied by an adult at all times. All of these tickets will be available at the same time as regular Weekend Tickets.

Teenagers 16 and over must have a standard Weekend Ticket, just like the adults. To be allowed to camp in the Family Campsite, you must have a child 16 years of age or under in your group.

You will want to have an ID or other proof of age during this festival for multiple reasons: The Cabaret Arena will contain nudity. The Comedy Arena will contain swearing. Other stages may feature material not suitable for children that we are unable to predict and classify due to the nature of live performance.The Music and Film Arena is an over 15 Tent. However, there may be some films shown suitable for children at certain periods of the day. This will be noted on signage outside the tent.

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What Not To Bring To Latitude Fest (may differ on campsite):

      1. Alcohol
      2. Animals (other than guide or hearing)
      3. Cameras, film or video equipment with a lens greater than 6”
      4. Drinks Bottles (other than sealed plastic water/soft drinks bottles under 500ml or sealed cartons of Juice)
      5. Excessive Amounts of Cigarettes (more than personal consumption)
      6. Excessive Amounts of Food (more than personal consumption)
      7. Laser Pens
      8. Legal or Illegal Highs
      9. New Psychoactive Substances(NPS)
      10. Selfie Sticks
      11. Umbrellas
      12. Unidentifiable Substances
      13. Unofficial Tabards or Reflective Jackets

 

When it comes to smoking (including electronic cigarettes!), it is pretty difficult to find somewhere to do so. All public and working enclosed spaces onsite are no smoking areas, including all stages other than outdoor stages (Obelisk Arena, Lake Stage and In the Woods). All tents and marquees onsite in the Village (Village shops, campsite bars, Welfare Tent, Information Tent etc) are also no smoking areas.

While you are at this festival, you will definitely need to charge your phone at least once! Music Angel Unlimited Mobile Charging will be at Latitude this year, offering their Social Power battery for just £20 with Unlimited Charging on pre-order, saving you £5 when bought at the festival. All profits from their work at festivals is donates to a charity that provides power for children in developing nations to study with.

 

Ticket info: http://www.latitudefestival.com/information/ticket-info

Travel info:  http://www.latitudefestival.com/information/travel

Places to stay: http://www.latitudefestival.com/information/where-stay

Volunteer opportunities: http://www.latitudefestival.com/information/volunteer

Additional info: http://www.latitudefestival.com/contact-us

 

LINEUP:

FRI 14 JULY:

The 1975

Goldfrapp

The Horrors

Tinariwen

Mystery Jets

The Coral

Pumarosa

 

SAT 15 JULY

Mumford and Sons

Baaba Maal;

Leon Bridges

Two Door Cinema Club

Glass Animals

Milky Chance

Lucy Rose

The Very Best

 

SUN 16 JULY

Fleet Foxes

John Cale

The Divine Comedy

Public Service Broadcasting

Mavis Staples

Ward Thomas

Baloji

 

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