March 28, 2007 19:30

Arcade Fire to headline UK festival

Plus all the other big names for this year's Latitude

Arcade Fire to headline UK festival
Damien Rice, The Good, The Bad & The Queen and Arcade Fire will headline this year’s Latitude Festival.

The event sponsored by our sister title Uncut, is in its second year and runs between July 12 and 15 at Henham Park, Southwold in Suffolk.

Damien Rice headlines on the Friday (13), The Good, The Bad & The Queen play on Saturday, while Arcade Fire will close the festival on Sunday.

Other bands confirmed so far to play the bash are Wilco, CSS, The Rapture, The National, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, The Magic Numbers, Midlake, The Gotan Project and Explosions In The Sky.

The bash will also feature dance, comedy, theatre, literature, poetry and film.

Tickets are on sale now. To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now.

More acts will be announced soon. Go to for more information.

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