March 5, 2012 19:15

Elbow, Paul Weller, Bon Iver to headline Latitude 2012 – ticket details

Laura Marling, Horrors, Metronomy among the other acts confirmed for Suffolk festival

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Elbow, Paul Weller and Bon Iver will headline this year's Latitude Festival.

The event takes place on July 12–15 in Suffolk's Henham Park and has confirmed over 60 acts in its first announcement.

Among the other bands on the bill are Janelle Monae, The Horrors, Laura Marling, Metronomy, St Vincent, Wild Beasts, White Lies, Bat For Lashes, M83, Zola Jesus, Chairlift, Iceage, Richard Hawley and a whole host of others.

For more information head to Latitudefestival.co.uk.

To check the availability of Latitude Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The Latitude Festival line-up so far is:

Alabama Shakes
Amandou & Mariam
The Antlers
Apparat
Bat For Lashes
Battles
Baxter Dury
Bon Iver
Buena Vista Social Club
Bwani Junction
Chairlift
Cold Specks
Daryl Hall
Daughter
Dawes
Destroyer
Django Django
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes
Elbow
Esperanza Spalding
Explosions In The Sky
Fatoumata Diawara
The Field
Francois and the Atlas Mountains
Givers
The Horrors
Howler
I Break Horses
Iceage
Janelle Monae
Jonathan Wilson
Josh T Pearson
Kindness
Kurt Vile
Lang Lang
Laura Marling
Lianne La Havas
Liz Green
Lloyd Cole
M83
Metronomy
Michael Kiwanuka
Other Lives
Paul Weller
Perfume Genuis
Richard Hawley
Sharon van Etten
Silver Seas
Simple Minds
Sissy & The Blisters
SBTRKT
Soko
St Vincent
Sunless ‘97
Team Me
Thomas Dolby
Tune Yards
The War on Drugs
We Have Band
White Lies
Wild Beasts
Wooden Shjips
Yeasayer
Zola Jesus
Zun Zun Egui

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