Latitude Festival – One to remember

On Thursday 16th July Latitude returned to Henham Park, in Suffolk, for another year of unmissable live music, stunning dance shows, spectacular theatre performances and much more. 

  1. Music

The arena was filled with 27 stages that ranged from the main stage called the Obelisk Arena with headliners such as George Ezra and Lana Delray, to the BBC Music introducing that had a line up of up and coming musicians such as Cloth and Harvey Causon. 

Other activities included lake swimming, which allowed festival goers to splash around and cool down in the summer heat. You could cruise along and view the north side of the festival from the stunning views of the lake on a paddle board.

The best stage, if I do say so myself, was our stage- The Inbetweeners stage. Favouritism aside the Teen area was filled with up and coming artists playing their own songs and covers of today’s hits. It’s youthful and fun vibe enticed crowds in and even encouraged a hearty rendition of  Dolly Parton’s Jolene.

  1. Environment

The 27 stages filled the Suffolk field with memories and laughter, the festival encourages all ages to attend. The youngest at 3 bopping away, starting them early. There was also a cool Grandma in her element, showing the teens how its really done. 

If you love a good dance, nice vibes and delicious food, this was the festival to be at. Without even mentioning the arts and crafts and Karaoke caravan. When the night came the festival came to life even more with the food trucks lighting up there signs and the insane pyrotechnics stretching from the main stage to the campsite. With an added touch of a live holographic dancing on the waterfront

  1. Food Trucks

The theatre of food did not disappoint with over 30 food trucks lining the area, the smell alone made you hungry. From Mac & Cheese to vegan hotdogs there was something for everyone. Each day you could have something new, a gastro journey from the spice kick of an Indian to the home comforts of fish and chips.