20 Jul - 23 Jul
Latitude Festival is a diverse music and performing arts festival in the beautiful Suffolk woodland, showcasing a weekend of music, theatre, comedy, workshops and more for the whole family. Latitude Festival is an award-winning family-friendly festival, taking home the best family festival award in 2018
The biggest names headline the main Obelisk Arena stage while you can discover up and coming musicians on the various smaller stages, including the hidden Alcove stage. Latitude Festival’s 2022 lineup included headline sets from Lewis Capaldi, Foals and Snow Patrol.
Along with the musical entertainment, you can chill out and recharge with a spot of lake swimming, outdoor yoga and even paddle boarding. There is also a variety of theatre and dynamic art installations to investigate, along with an array of food and drink options.
Latitude Festival 2023 Lineup
Latitude Festival 2023 Tickets
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Camping during the festival is included with the weekend camping ticket. All you need is basic camping gear, like a tent, a camping pad and a head torch (so useful in the night). If you don’t want to bring your own tent, the festival offers Luxury Tents purchased here.
Alternatively, you can book nearby hotels and apartments using the map below or visit booking.com
Caravan and Car Parking tickets can be purchased here
The most convenient station to arrive into is Diss Station, where the festival will be running a bus service between the station and the festival site.
BY SHUTTLE BUS
Borderbus will be running a shuttle from Diss station to the festival site for £10.00 (€11.05) each way. These will run frequently all weekend as well as on Monday. There are also shuttle buses running to and from Halesworth, Southwold and Kessingland.
Bike racks will be made available inside the public gates. Ask a steward for further directions upon arrival.
Norwich International Airport (NWI) is a few hours north of the festival site. From the airport take the Bus to Norwich City Centre, Castle (17 min journey), then take the bus to Prince of Wales Road, near Norwich train station. From Norwich train station take the train to Diss station (16 min journey) and then take the festival’s shuttle bus to the venue.