The Killers, Alt-J and Solange head up huge Latitude Festival line-up for 2018

The Killers, Alt-J and Solange have been announced as headliners for Latitude Festival 2018, heading up a line-up that also includes the likes of Wolf Alice and Mogwai.

The Suffolk festival will return to Henham Park from Thursday 12 – Sunday 15 July, and sees both The Killers and Solange headlining as they make their Latitude debuts.

After previously headlining in 2015, Alt-J will return for a second stab at the top spot and described the opportunity as a “huge privilege”.

““We are over the moon to be returning to Latitude for a fourth time. It’s a festival that’s nurtured us beyond any other, taking us from the Lake Stage to the 6music Stage and then to headlining in 2015. To do so again is a huge privilege. See you in Suffolk!’, Alt J said.

Away from the music, Latitude also boasts a impressive comedy and theatre line-up too, featuring the likes of Bridget Christie, Harry Hill and David O’Doherty.

Weekend tickets are available from £197.50 and you can buy them here.

Check out the line-up in full below.

MUSIC
…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead
Æ MAK
Alfa Mist
Alt-J
Alvvays
Benjamin Clementine
Black Honey
Bomba Estéreo

Boy Azooga

Bruce Clark performing Death Peak Live
Confidence Man
DJ Boring
Eclair Fifi
Fazerdaze
Fickle Friends
Gang of Youths

Hannah Peel with Tubular Brass
Hinds
Ibeyi
IDLES
Jacob Banks
Jade Bird
James
Japandroids
Jessie Ware
Jon Hopkins Live
Juanita Stein
Kalyde
La Femme
Marlon Williams
Meggie Brown
Mogwai
Naaz
Nabihah Iqbal
Object Blue
Octavian

OR:LA
Pangaea
Parquet Courts
Preoccupations
Rag’n’Bone Man
Sam Fender
Sleeper
Solange
Sorry
Spinning Coin
Superorganism
The Breeders
The Charlatans
The Killers
The Vaccines
Trudy And The Romance
tUnE-yArDs
whenyoung
Wolf Alice
Yellow Days

 

COMEDY

Abigoliah Schamaun
Amusical
Angela Barnes
Bridget Christie
Chortle Student Comedy Awards Finalists
Chris Stokes
Chris Washington
Darren Harriott
David Morgan
David O’Doherty
Fern Brady
Glenn Moore
Gráinne Maguire
Harry Hill
Huge Davies
Jack Gleadow
James Acaster
Jarlath Regan
Jayde Adams
Joe Sutherland
Jon Pointing
Jonathan Pie
Kiri Pritchard-McLean

Lauren Pattison
Lazy Susan
Lloyd Griffith
Lolly Adefope
Lost Voice Guy
Lou Sanders
Luke Kempner
Masud Milas
Mat Ewins
Mawaan Rizwan
Mo Gilligan
Phoebe Walsh
Rhys Nicholson
Richard Todd
Sarah Keyworth
Shappi Khorsandi
Sisters
Steen Raskopoulos
Stevie Martin
Tessa Coates
Tim Key: Megadate
Where’s The F In News

THEATRE

Bryony Kimmings: I’m A Phoenix, Bitch (preview)
David Rosenberg & Glenn Neath: Flight

Dom Coyote: We Can Time Travel
Femme Fatale
Highrise: Lil.Miss.Lady
Lyric Hammersmith presents How To Fail At Being Perfect
Lyric Hammersmith presents The Lost Disc
Mark And Marichka Marczyk: Balaklava Blues
Middle Child: One Life Stand
Nabokov presents Benin City: Last Night
Nele Needs A Holiday: The Musical
Push Things Forward Collective: Nabokov, Middle Child and Not Too Tame
Recirquel Contemporary Circus: Paris De Nuit
Rosy Carrick: Passionate Machine
Scottish Dance Theatre presents Fleur Darkin: Velvet Petal
Theatre Ad Infinitum: No Kids (work in progress)

LITERARY AND POETRY

Hussain Manawer
Luke Wright
Modern Love: Panel discussion with Justin Myers & Dolly Alderton
Ross Sutherland
Stacey Dooley: On The Front Line With The Women Who Fight Back

THE CABARET THEATRE

Denim

MUSIC & FILM

Nadine Shah

WATERFRONT

Sadler’s Wells
House Gospel Choir

STREET FEAST

Babek
Club Mexicana
Fundi
Gyoza Guys

Ink
Petare
Up In My Grim