Latitude 2015


This years’ Latitude Festival was always set to be something special as they celebrated their 10th birthday in sunny, rural Suffolk. With Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds headlining the Obelisk on Sunday and a surprise appearance from Ed Shearan, the festival was always going to be a hit. Wide spread and packed with the masses, the sun shone brightly and the lotion was a-plenty. Pink Sheep grazed at the lakeside whilst festival goers were treated to a dip in the water. From beginning to end, top to bottom, the whole festival was a huge success; a fair mention should go to the volunteer staff who were excellent and all contributed to an amazing four days of fun and frolics and of course, brilliant music.

Latitude 2015 Performers

Sir Bob Geldof & Boomtown Rats
Boomtown ‘smashed it’ Rats: Sir Bob Geldof and his Rats absolutely owned the stage and put on a performance to WOW any crowd. Brutally playful with the audience, Sir Bob captivated them all; Very slick, smooth and sophisticated and even a Snakeskin suit (fake, he admitted it) to boot!

Manic Street Preachers
The distinctive sound of the Welsh Rock sensation never fails to impress. James Dean Bradfield, dressed in a snappy black suit looked cool and as smooth as their performance. Superbly loud and timeless; a sound that rests deep in the musical mind of every festival goer.

Seasick Steve
Plastered, John Deere cap wearing Seasick Steve is a sensation of epic proportions. His ramshackle rock buzzed and bounced and was a pleasure to witness; now there’s a guy that loves what he does!

Naomi Shelton & the Gospel Queens
Gritty Gospel; Naomi Shelton tells a story that brings the imagination right there. Very ‘matter of fact’ but equally as invigorating for the soul.

Badly Drawn Boy
Damon Gough with his ode to his very own Bewilderbeast brought a fascinating insight to the man and his music

Lianne La Havas
Barclaycard Mercury Prized nominated signer, Lianne La Havas charming the crowd at Latitude Festival 2015. Her gorgeous smile, fantastic voice and her sheer presence had cries of “we love you Lianne” from all corners

Laura Marling
Barclaycard Mercury Prized nominated signer, Lianne La Havas charming the crowd at Latitude Festival 2015. Her gorgeous smile, fantastic voice and her sheer presence had cries of “we love you Lianne” from all corners

James Blake
Barclaycard Mercury prize winner, James Blake took to the stage with his unique, almost dark style and certainly captivated an equally intense audience.

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