Follow Latitude Festival live this weekend (July 18-20)

Plus all the action from Benicassim, Camp Bestival and Lovebox

Follow Latitude Festival live this weekend (July 18-20)
The 2008 Latitude Festival kicks off today (July 18) with the likes of Franz Ferdinand, Interpol, Sigur Ros and Elbow all set to play the Suffolk event.

NME.COM's sister site Uncut.co.uk will be bringing you all the action – including news, blogs, reviews and pictures live from the site, so make sure you tune in all weekend (July 18-20).

This weekend is a busy few days in the European festival season. As well as all the action from Latitude NME.COM will be bringing you live coverage from Spain's Benicassim and Summercase events, London's Lovebox and Camp Bestival.

For the latter bash organiser Rob da Bank is producing an exclusive behind the scenes blog for NME.COM. Check out all the build up now.

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