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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’s 2019 lineup included headline sets from George Ezra, Snow Patrol and Lana Del Rey, while its hugely diverse programme also featured comedy from Russell Kane, Michelle Wolf and Jason Manford, as well as theatre productions from esteemed companies such as Sadler’s Wells.

Take a wander around the site, and you’re just as likely to stumble across woodland film screenings, live art and the sanctuary of wellbeing, where you can relax amongst ambient soundscapes or get involved with some yoga.

Hidden amongst the trees of this serene corner of English countryside is the lush green meadows and famous lake of Henham Park, turned for one weekend only, into a magical wonderland.

Latitude Festival 2020 was cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak. Tickets can be carried over to the 2021 edition. You can read the festival’s statement here

Latitude Festival 2019 Official Highlights

Latitude Festival 2021 Lineup


Lewis Capaldi
Snow Patrol

Lewis Capaldi / Bastille / First Aid Kit / Snow Patrol
+ more artists to be announced

Latitude Festival 2021 Tickets

Weekend Camping Tickets (Adult) at £226.80 (€250.30) are on sale:
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Camping during the festival is included in the festival 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 and you can book one here.

Alternatively, you can book nearby hotels and apartments using the map below or visit booking.com

Book Hotels & Holiday Rentals near the Venue at the lowest Prices online!

Travel Info


The car park is open from 14.00 on Thursday 22nd July 2021 until 13.00 Monday 25th July 2021. Car, Caravan, Campervan and Motorhome Passes can be purchased here

Get Directions

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.


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.


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.


Return Coach Travel, from Big Green Coach, is available from various cities at the link below:

Big Green Coach


Bike racks will be made available inside the public gates. Ask a steward for further directions upon arrival.


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