From New Order’s dazzling lightshow to newcomer Declan McKenna stealing the show, relive the magic moments of Latitude. As The Maccabees singer Orlando Weeks told NME: “It’s a festival to get lost in.”
One day, Christine And The Queens won't want to get her groove on. Until then, it's a spectacle to light up any festival.
"You've got a lot of technique... and lasers." New Order were a dazzling way to round off Latitude with their Sunday lightshow to accompany hits like 'True Faith' and 'Bizarre Love Triangle'.
Is that a wasp? Grimes checks her arm for insects in between dancing like a demon as she headlined the 6 Music second stage tent.
Hands up who loves 'Marks To Prove It'? The Maccabees were a triumph at their first major festival headline show, proving Latitude's policy of giving acts their first headline slot pays off.
We all need somebody to lean on... MØ, pictured in a rare moment when she wasn't crowdsurfing during her electric 6 Music show.
"And another pint of Somersby, please!" A fan in the crowd gets a last-minute cider request in while her mate gets ready to capture the main stage action on her phone.
50 shades of red, as Declan McKenna wears some proper rock star sunglasses for his hypnotic show on the small Lake Stage. He'll surely be storming the main stage next year.
Courtney Barnett has just stubbed her toe.
The Lumineeers have just come on, and 20,000 people make a run for the bars.
Soul on a Sunday afternoon from Michael Kiwanuka, bringing his new intense fire to an already scorching main stage.
"And when I lift my other knee, my left arm flies backwards." Chvrches singer Lauren Mayberry gets totally uncoordinated during her utterly magnificent show.
"Nobody move, I've just spotted a tenner." The National singer Matt Berninger gets distracted during their headline performance of typically magnificent grandeur.
Nathaniel Rateliff And The Night Sweats (well, one of them in this photo), in the middle of blowing the rest of a festival line-up away yet again.
"H...A...L...C...N..." Slaves guitarist Laurie Vincent takes an eye test in the middle of the duo's blistering show, which featured two storming new songs.
Father John Misty gets ready to paint the town (and the main stage) red as he tears through his 'I Love You, Honeybear' album.
John Grant wonders what the hell is wrong with his mirror.