March 10, 2011 12:34

Latitude 2011 line-up

Check out which bands are set to play the July bash

Latitude 2011 line-up
Suede, The National and Foals have all been confirmed for the Suffolk festival. To check ticket availability, head to NME.COM/tickets.

The bands confirmed for the festival are as follows:
Friday 15th July

Obelisk Arena:
The National
Paloma Faith
Bright Eyes
KT Tunstall

The Word Arena:
Bombay Bicycle Club
The Vaccines
Lyle Lovett And His Acoustic Group
Caribou

Saturday 16th July

Obelisk Arena:
Paolo Nutini
My Morning Jacket
The Cribs
Seasick Steve
Rumer
They Might Be Giants

The Word Arena:
Foals
Echo And The Bunnymen
I Am Kloot

Sunday 17th July

Obelisk Arena:
Suede
Hurts
Glasvegas
Iron & Wine
The Waterboys

The Word Arena:
Eels
Lykke Li
OMD
Os Mutantes

Also confirmed across the weekend:
Deerhunter
The Duke And The King
Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros
Edwyn Collins
Esben And The Witch
Everything Everything
Fight Like Apes
Foster The People
Ed Sheeran
Gold Panda
Graffiti 6
Jenny and Johnny
Isobel Campbell
Kele
The Leisure Society
Lloyd Cole
Marques Toliver
The Naked And Famous
Phildel
Anna Calvi
Trophy Wife
Avi Buffalo
The Bees
Villagers
Bellowhead
Violens
Wanda Jackson
Yann Tierson
British Sea Power
Beef Warehouse
Caitlin Rose
Dog Is Dead
Glasser
Chapel Club
Crocodiles
Thea Gilmore
Crystal Fighters
C.W. Stoneking
The Raghu Dixit Project
Tripwires

See latitudefestival.co.uk for more details.

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