Latitude announce Lake Stage and more acts

Huw Stephens picks are unveiled as well as Slaves, Teleman and Bill Ryder-Jones across the stages.

Ben Smith

Date published: 12th Apr 2016

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Latiude Festival have announced a huge wave of acts for the Lake Stage this year, located at the stunning Henham Park in Suffolk. 

Curated by Radio 6 music maestro Huw Stephens, the stage offers a scope into your future obsessions with the likes of rapturous indie outfit Blaenavon, British rap prodigy Loyle Carner, one-man guitar force Louis Berry, avante-pop artist Oscar (check him out below) and post-punkers The Big Moon being announced. 

In addition the festival have also bolstered various stages with Slaves, Honne, Flamingods, Minor Victories, Teleman, Emma Pollock, Bill Ryder-Jones, Pumarosa and Let's Eat Grandma (listen to those on our essential Latitude playlist). 

See the full line up using our Latitude Festival Guide. 

Taking place Thursday 14th - Sunday 17th July, the festival will be headlined by The Maccabees, The National and New Order.   

We recently interviewed new addition Louis Berry and reviewed Teleman's fantastic new record 'Brilliant Sanity'   

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