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One of the more recent additions to the British festival calendar, Latitude is a magical experience in the woods of Suffolk. There's not only music, but also poetry, literature, science and drama stages, making it a more culturally-rich experience...more
Beccles | Henham Park, Southwold NR34 8AN, England
We stayed in a podpad which was located in the pink moon camping. We chose it specifically because they claim to have ‘lovely’ toilets. The toilets were disgusting. They were hardly ever cleaned except some vigorous cleaning taking place for a few hours after I...More
As a reasonably frequent festival-goer I was really looking forward to this, particularly it's apparent quirkiness and varied offering. Although there were some highlights, particularly in the comedy and speakeasy stages, the overall feel was one of corporate money-making with none of the communal feel...More
This was our fourth Latitude festival. After last year we were unsure if we would return as there were some elements which we felt needed improvement and these were summarised in our last review. We decided to give it another try and were so glad...More
First visit to Latitude and overall were disappointed. Camped in general camper van field with friends next to their van . Not enough toilets for the size of the field and the queues were horrendous as a consequence. Food was massively overpriced for the quantity...More
Always enjoy this Festival but felt that the line up this year was pants. Some acts just not ready and resurrections like James and Sleeper (they were awful) was lazy. Lacked the buzz of previous years. And Solange... really?
First time at the festival and will certainly be the last. Extremely overcrowded, complete lack of toilet and shower facilities. Family parking located at an extreme distance from the camping. Worst of all those pink sheep were left out in the baking sun with hardly...More
This year was my first visit to Latitude & I wasn't disappointed. There was a huge variety of entertainment, so something to suit everyone. There were a choice of fields to camp in, so you could be as close or far away from the arena...More
I've been attending Latitude for 5 years now and every year I have a fantastic time. The festival is bursting with creativity and alternative entertainment, from music to food theatre there's a little bit of something for all walks of life. The kids and teens...More
earlier this year, after buying my ticket,I broke my ankle, this resulted in an operation and weeks in a wheelchair and now crutches, I love latitude and didn't want to sell my tickets (what about my friend who i was due to go with) I...More