Latitude Festival 2017 Tickets
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Maisie215 from Absolutely fabulous family event! we had low expectations for this as our first festival with kids (6 and 8). We planned to see a bit of music, eat some food and get their faces painted. We didn't plan to see any acts we liked as we thought it would be overwhelming and too busy for the kids. How wrong we were.... we LOVED it. The arena was easy to move in and around. The acts were brilliant and the atmosphere was electric. We were able to see a variety of acts and just soak it all in. Amazing! We will definitely be back next year.
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by CharlieRM from The Waitrose of Festivals (literary) The easy going Latitude festival was up to the usual standard and with the presence of the Waitrose tent it really does show it's socio-economic audience base. I'm not being negative but maybe we're a bit too safe!. Musical acts we mixed bunch but the biggest criticism of the main stages were that they were too male and too white (and in many cases the result was too boring). Lets try and be a bit more diverse. Loved Two Door Cinema on Saturday, Placebo were good (great encores) and Sink (on the BBC introducing stage) were excellent. 1975 were awful - if you are going to prance around without a shirt like Iggy you need to have some decent tunes. For next year is possible that we can have a lot less guy guitar bands - it all sounds a bit same.
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by Priestess from Overall fun It is the first time I have been to a festival (aged over 60) and did find the spacing of tents difficult as I'm used to camping in a circle at Unicorn camps, however overall I did enjoy the festival. It was extremely lucky that we had brilliant weather - hot and sunny! My focus was the healing area and the magical wood walk with the beautifully made 10 ft high flowers and lighting. I enjoyed the drama, dance and talks too. Music was not my focus though I understand there were good bands present. Toilets were clean. Would have helped to know we had to have a deposit of £50 to use the trollys. Also could do with more showers as some girls were washing their hair in the washing up area - not very hygienic.
Date published: 2017-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by CGCM from Always varied, always inspirational,always a great way to spend 3 days and nights! We visit every year, relive our youth, see and listen to as many things as possible. p
Date published: 2016-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jennih353 from Always a superb event I took my nephews and brother this year for their first ever latitude. They absolutely loved it. It was really nice to have children so we could go into the kids zone which was fantastic, the boys were fascinated with the archeological dig. There was so much to do and see once again and we didnt get round everything we wanted to but that adds to the fun of the festival! Cant recommend this festival highly enough it really is superb for all ages and even as newbies my brother and nephews felt so comfortable and loved every minute.
Date published: 2016-07-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by Myrtle from Another great festival - fourth year A great selection of bands - Nathanial and the night sweats a highlight. Also Pumarosa very good and Babeheaven. Beirut and Father John Misty always good. Frightened Rabbit definitely put on good show and Maccabees were brilliant as usual. Squeeze brought back great memories.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by Maltababy from Excellent Family Festival Our first time at Latitude. Great location, we found it easy to access the site on the Thurs and easy to leave early on the Monday morning. The line up was good, a great festival to discover new acts rather than watch the same old headliners over and over again. Food selection was good. Only criticism is the desperate lack of toilets in the family campervan field which would have been a massive problem if we hadn't taken a 'bucket'. Nobody should have to queue for 20 mins + for their morning wee!!! Also the water supply was terrible, one morning it took over an hour just to get water for washing out breakfast pots, the supply was slow to non-existent. Both issues need addressing for future festivals. The shortage of toilets meant that they soon 'filled up' if you get what I mean and so the smell became stomach wrenching. This aside, Latitude is s fabulous festival we've been going to Glastonbury for years but from now on will come to Latitude instead it's so much easier. We regularly go to other festivals such as T in the Park, V, Leeds, WOMAD and Hop Farm - Latitude is now top of our list.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by Xpoll77 from Fantastic This was our first time at latitude and we didn't know what to expect really, but we had a fantastic time. We went with friends and our children who are 11 & 2 and the family camping area was great felt very secure and safe. The activities for children are brilliant absolulty loads for them to see , do & make. Everything was well organised and also free my boys had a great experience, we did have doubts about taking our children but latitude is so geared up for children & family's. We all had a great weekend sun, great music, comedy , everybody is friendly and all their to have a great time. Defently coming back next year !!!
Date published: 2016-07-27