We’re celebrating 13 years with Latitude Festival!
We’re heading back to Henham Park this year for our annual collaboration with Latitude Festival. Pulp, Paulo Nutini and George Ezra headlining this year’s event, with festival-goers also invited to take in the acts on our stage in the Inbetweeners Area.
For the past 13 years, we’ve had student acts from across all our centres start on our stage, moving their way up the ranks to the bigger stages including Ed Sheeran, Let’s Eat Grandma, Beth McCarthy and Mullally.
But our stage isn’t just for aspiring artists to perform on; ACC students make up the crew and are responsible for the running order, tech and everything else that’s involved when putting on a live performance – imagine being able to put Latitude Festival down on your CV?!
Ian Johnson, Head of Music Industry Partnerships says:
‘This is our 13th year at Latitude and we are excited to show off our latest roster of talent. Every year we see more of our alumni move up to a bigger stage and this year is no exception as Maya Law (former ACC Norwich student) has just been announced for the BBC Introducing Stage!’
Arthur Black, playing on Saturday, said:
‘Latitude has always been a dream of mine. Growing up I would always hear about it and have friends and family attending. I thought maybe I’d attend when I got older and had enough money to go, so now as an 18 year old it is absolutely insane to me that I will be the one up on stage this year! With that in mind, I want to say a HUGE thank you to everyone at ACC!’
We’re also excited to share a series of industry-led workshops we’re running in the Inbetweeners area. If you’re a gaming fanatic or just fancy trying something different, make sure to drop by for hands-on sessions in ‘character design for gaming’, ‘Dungeons and Dragons narrative’ and more!
Heading down to Suffolk for Latitude this year? Make sure you drop by and say hello! And if you fancy working or performing at some of the UK’s biggest music festivals, including Latitude, make sure to get your application in before the new year starts in September.
See you in the fields!