Noel Gallagher, Alt-J and Portishead to headline Latitude 2015 – huge line-up announced

James Blake, Manic Street Preachers, Wild Beasts and more also announced

Noel Gallagher, Alt-J and Portishead have been announced as the headliners for this year’s Latitude Festival.

The Vaccines, James Blake, Manic Street Preachers, Caribou, Wild Beasts, SBTRKT, Sun Kil Moon and La Roux are also on the bill, which you can see in its entirety below.

The 10th edition of Latitude will take place July 16-19 at Henham Park in Southwold, Suffolk. Tickets are available from the festival website now, with a weekend ticket with camping costing £200.50.

The festival will also see performances from an array of comedy acts, including Jon Richardson and Jason Manford.

“Every year I challenge myself to build on previous summers and make each festival even better than the one before” festival organiser Melvin Benn said. “With the start of a new decade for Latitude, I wanted to bring something really fresh and new to Henham and I think we’ve done just that. We’ve added a whole new spa area, Solas, offering massages and treatments alongside hot tubs and installations, which will all turn into a late night party area for festival-goers to discover after sunset.”

Speaking about his upcoming performance, Noel Gallagher said: “Well not only have I never played at Latitude before, but I’ve never even been there, ever. So yes, I’m really looking forward to headlining the Festival on July 19.”

“We are hugely excited to return to Latitude for the third time. Playing there has always been so memorable,” Alt-J added. “Latitude has always supported us, and to go from playing the smaller stages to this means it will be a night of celebration.”

The Latitude line-up:

Obelisk Arena
Alt-J
Portishead
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Manic Street Preachers
Caribou
James Blake
Laura Marling
Lianne La Havis
Seasick Steve
Jose Gonzales
Femi Kuti & The Positive Force
Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens
Benjamin Booker
JP Cooper

BBC Radio 6 Music Stage
Jon Hopkins
The Vaccines
SBTRKT
Django Django
Catfish And The Bottlemen
La Roux
Years & Years
Savages
Toro y Moi
Wolf Alice
Young Fathers
KWABS
Sun Kil Moon
King Creosote
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
The Thurston Moore Band
Drenge
The Districts
Soak

i Arena
Clark
The 2 Bears
Adult Jazz
Kiamos
Jack Garrat
Shura
Genghar
Ibeyi
Susanne Sundfor
DM Smith
Duke Garwood
Leon Bridges
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizzard
The Twilight Sad
Curtis Harding
Marika Hackman
Nadine Shah
Dolores Haze
Ben UFO
DJ EZ
Monki
Alexander Nut
The Four Owls
The Busy Twist
Werkha

Comedy At Latitude
Alan Davies
Jon Richardson
Jason Manford
Jack Dee’s Help Desk
Rob Delaney
Adam Hills
David O’Doherty
Josh Widdicombe
Katheryn Ryan
Nina Conti
Robin Ince & Josie Long’s Festival Shambles
Tim Key
Funz And Gamez
Shappi Khorsandi
Sara Pascoe
Nick Helm
Daniel Sloss
Holly Walsh
Marcus Brigstocke
Abandoman
Carl Donnelly
Rob Beckett
Pappy’s
Tiffany Stevenson
James Acaster
Sarah Kendall
Joe Lycett
Romesh Ranganathan
Max And Ivan
Luisa Omielan
Sunday assembly
Liam Williams
Charlie Baker
Zoe Lyons
Elis James
Nish Kumar
Matt Richardson
Matt Forde
John Robins
Eric Lampaert’s Comedy Cinema Club
Pippa Evans
Alex Edelman
Danielle Ward
Angela Barnes
Ivo Graham,
Stuart Goldsmith
Adam Hess
Jarlath Regen
Phil Weng
Gein’s Family Giftshop
Guilt and Shame
Rhys James
Dane Baptiste
Rachel Parris
David Elms
David Morgan
Pat Cahill
Suzi Ruffell
Tom Allen
Harriet Kemlsey
Lazy Susan
Massive Dad
Kat Humphries
Sofie Hagen
Pierre Novellie
Anna Morris
Phil Jerrod
Aunty Donna
Sarah Callaghan
Ellie White
Natasia Demetriou
Jenny Collier
Lolly Adefope
Johnny and Inel
Twayna Mayne
Yve Blake
Lloyd Griffiths
Chris Kent
Amir Khoshsokhan
Chortle Student Comedy Awards Show

Special Guests
Chilly Gonzales & Kaiser Quartett
Gareth Malone
Sadler’s Wells
Simon Armitage
Doctor John Cooper Clarke
Michael Rosen
George The Poet

Special additions
Solas
Other Voices
Swimming in the Lake
Hot Tubs
Sky Arts
Actionaid

Noel Gallagher’s new album ‘Chasing Yesterday’ was released this week. Yesterday, it was reported that David Beckham has agreed to feature in one of the musician’s upcoming music videos after Gallagher asked the footballer if he’d be interested during a joint appearance on The Graham Norton Show.

Last month, Alt-J shared the video for their new track ‘Pusher’. In January, the band played the biggest headline show of their career to date at The O2 Arena.

Meanwhile, Portishead recently reissued their 1994 album ‘Dummy’ to celebrate its 20th anniversary. The band’s Adrian Utley also revealed that the band members were “clearing our schedules” in order to work on their fourth album.