Latitude has become renowned for its unique atmosphere as well as its eclectic and thoroughly enjoyable mixture of Art, Theatre, Cabaret, Poetry, Dance, and even Politics! There is no other festival like it on the calendar.
It’s that sort of eclecticism that makes Latitude stand out from the crowd.
Described as ‘sumptuous, otherworldly and home to probably the only multi-coloured sheep you'll see this year’, Latitude brings intrigue, creativity, and excitement to the Suffolk Countryside, in the beautiful setting of Henham Park.
Children 5 – 12 years need a Child Ticket in order to attend.
Teenagers who are between 13 – 15 years need an Accompanied Teen Ticket. These are available to purchase at the same time as regular Weekend Tickets.
Under 10s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over at all times. We do not accept any parental or supervisory duty of care or liability for any under 18’s on site.
Teenagers 16 and over must have a standard Weekend Ticket.
All under 16s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is over 18 years old and this adult must remain on site throughout the weekend.
Those wishing to stay in the Family Campsite must have children 16 years or younger in the group. Age restrictions apply. Proof of age/ID may be required.
Latitude Festival will contain acts unsuitable for children. The Music and Film Arena is an over 15 Tent. However, there may be some films shown suitable for children at certain periods of the day. This will be noted on signage outside the tent. The Cabaret Theatre will contain nudity. The Comedy Arena will contain swearing. Other stages may feature material not suitable for children that we are unable to predict and classify due to the nature of live performance.
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The history of Latitude Festival
The Latitude Festival is a recently created annual music festival that takes place in Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk, England. The first Latitude Festival took place in the summer of July 2006. Latitude has more of a European feel to it than most festivals in Britain, setting it apart from the competition. It features bands and artists across four stages, The Obelisk Arena, The Word Arena, The Sunrise Arena, and the Huw Stephens curated Lake Stage. Latitude has since gone from strength to strength, becoming more popular by the year, and with bookings becoming ever more impressive as the years go by, Latitude has well and truly established itself as one of the Festivals of the year.