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Latitude reveals Lake stage line-up

New acts include Honne, Let’s Eat Grandma, Teleman and many more.

credit: Jen O'Neil

Latitude festival has revealed details of its Lake stage line-up for 2016, which will include performances from Slaves and Honne. The latest additions will join The Maccabees and New Order on the bill and will play during July’s weekend of 14th – 17th July on the beautiful grounds of Henham Park in Suffolk.

The Lake stage artists have been personally handpicked by DJ and radio broadcaster Huw Stephens. Previous artists who played the Lake stage included The XX, James Blake, Metronomy and Bombay Bicycle Club.

In 2016 the Lake Stage welcomes confessional hip-hop favourite Loyle Carner, whose sensitive rap has positioned him at the forefront of modern UK hip-hop, and fellow BBC Sound of 2016 soloist; Yorkshire’s most exciting singer-songwriting talent, Billie Marten.

And here it is:

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Slaves | Bear’s Den | Honne

Minor Victories | Teleman

Bill Ryder-Jones | Let’s Eat Grandma

Emma Pollock | Pumarosa | Flamingods

Lake Stage

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Babeheaven | Billie Marten

Blaenavon | Bleeding Heart Pigeons

Cameron A G | Colm Mac Con Iomaire

Declan Mckenna | Estrons

Fickle Friends | Isaac Gracie | Jones

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Kiran Leonard | Liss | Love Nor Money

Louis Berry | Loyle Carner | Martha Ffion

Meilyr Jones | Muckaniks | Oktoba

Oscar | Pixx | Samaris | The Big Moon

The Rhythm Method

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These amazing acts are joining the already announced headliners The Maccabees, The National and New Order but also Grimes, Of Monsters And Men, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Beirut, CHVRCHES, M83, Father John Misty, John Grant, The Lumineers, Miike Snow, Christine and the Queens, Half Moon Run, Poliça, Perfume Genius, Pantha Du Prince presents The Triad, Black Mountain, David Rodigan, Mike Skinner & Murkage Present TONGA

Latitude festival takes place in Suffolk between 14th and 17th July. 


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