The Black Keys and More Added to Latitude 2014
Photo: The Black Keys 2013 by Laura Baker-Finch
Southwold, United Kingdom -- Latitude Festival has added nine new musical acts to their 2014 lineup. The Black Keys will join previously announced Damon Albarn and Two Door Cinema Club as headliners of the festival. Also added were Afghan Wigs, James, Kelis, Crystal Fighters, Editors, Mogwai, Clean Bandit, and War on Drugs. Scroll down to see the full lineup so far.
Latitude, now in its ninth year, will take place from July 17-20 at Henham Park in Southwold, Suffolk. In addition to their lineup of musical artists, the festival has a substantial array of other performers, including theatre, dance, film, music, poetry, literary, and cabaret acts.
The award-winning festival is lauded for its diverse roster and idyllic countryside location, amongst fairylight-lit woods, rolling hills, and a lake. And, joining human festivalgoers is a flock of multicolored sheep that graze in the surrounding area.
In addition to drawing in fans of all types of art and culture, it's also family-friendly, offering family, accompanied teen, and children's tickets along with standard full-weekend and single day passes, which are already on sale.
If you're going, check out our Guide to Latitude 2013 for where to eat, sleep, shop, party, and explore - we'll be updating the guide soon with details about this year's festival.
Full Lineup so Far: Two Door Cinema Club, Damon Albarn, The Black Keys, Editors, Bombay Bicycle Club, Tame Impala, Crystal Fighters, First Aid Kit, Haim, Kelis, James, Phosphorescent, Billy Bragg, The Afghan Whigs, Booker T. Jones, Tinariwen, Mogwai, Royksopp & Robin, Lykke Li, Slowdive, Anna Calvi, James Vincent Mcmorrow, Clean Bandit, Goat, Temples, Sohn, Daryl Hall & John Oates, The War on Drugs, Hozier, San Fermin, Jungle, Conor Oberst, Parquet Courts, Anges Obel, Damien Jurado, George Ezra, Valerie June, Julia Holter, Nils Frahm, Cass Mccombs, Dawes, Eagulls, East India Youth, Fat White Family, Hiss Golden Messenger, John Wizards, Josephine Foster, Koreless, Kwabs, Marika Hackman, Mighty Oaks, Ry X, Son Lux, Teen, The Acid, Tom Vek