Lykke Li, Ed Sheeran added to Latitude line up - ticket details

They Might Be Giants also added to Suffolk festival

Lykke Li, Ed Sheeran added to Latitude line up  - ticket details

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Lykke Li, Ed Sheeran and They Might Be Giants have been added to the bill for this year's Latitude Festival.

They will join headliners Suede, The National and Paolo Nutini at the festival, which takes place on July 15–17 in Suffolk's Henham Park.

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The Latitude Festival line-up so far is:

Anna Calvi
Avi Buffalo
Barrence Whitfield
The Bees
Bombay Bicycle Club
Bright Eyes
British Sea Power
Caitlin Rose
Chapel Club
The Cribs
Crystal Fighters
C.W. Stoneking
Dog Is Dead
The Duke And The King
Echo And The Bunnymen
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Edwyn Collins
Ed Sheeran
Esben and the Witch
Everything Everything
Paloma Faith
Fight Like Apes
Foster The People
Thea Gilmore
Gold Panda
Graffiti 6
I Am Kloot
Iron & Wine
Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan
Jenny and Johnny
KT Tunstall
The Leisure Society
Lloyd Cole
Lykke Li
Lyle Lovett
Marques Toliver
My Morning Jacket
The Naked and Famous
The National
Paolo Nutini
Os Mutantes
The Raghu Dixon Project
Seasick Steve
Ska Cubano
They Might Be Giants
Trophy Wife
The Vaccines
Wanda Jackson
The Waterboys
Yann Tiersen

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