Latitude Festival 2011 – Our Favourite Pictures

Last weekend (July 15 – 17) saw another edition of the brilliant Latitude Festival take place. While it was a somewhat wetter affair than usual there was much fun to be had by all. Here’s a selection of our favourite images from the weekend.

Head to the Latitude Festival section of NME.COM for all the latest photos, news and reviews.

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The famous Latitude sign. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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One of Latitude’s colour sheeps dips its head for a dunk. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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A woman walks on water at Latitude 2011. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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The Vaccines continue their quest for world domination at Latitude 2011. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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The Vaccines live at Latitude 2011. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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A crowdsurfer makes it to the barrier at during The Vaccines’ set. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Colourful signs and lush forests are a trademark of the festival. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Bombay Bicycle Club onstage at Latitude. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Bombay Bicycle Club lap up the attention. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Crowds gather under ominous skies at Latitude 2011. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Halfway through The National’s epic set. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Latitude at night – a picturesque scene. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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An impromptu umbrella hut is constructed. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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British Sea Power onstage at Latitude 2011. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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British Sea Power fans brought their own foliage – probably nicked from the nearby woods. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Gondolas – a wise form of transport. Maybe Glasto should get some in. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Oysters at a festival? Well, Latitude does have a Sunday Times Style tent… Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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A young punter gets manhandled during The Cribs’ set at Latitude 2011. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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The Cribs doing the standard feedback-filled set-closer. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Foals live at Latitude 2011. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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He may be wrecked, but he’s still wearing Hunters. Classic Latitude. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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California’s Grouplove bring the big tunes at great hats. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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The Mercury-nominated Everything Everything pose in their boiler suits. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Glasvegas’ James Allen mid croon. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Lykke Li mid coo. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Brett Anderson leads Suede to another victory. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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Suede headline Latitude 2011 with aplomb. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME