Lana Del Rey, George Ezra and Snow Patrol to headline Latitude

Ezra will also top the bill at Isle of Wight festival alongside Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Biffy Clyro

Lana Del Rey, George Ezra and Snow Patrol will headline the 14th Latitude festival, at Henham Park, Suffolk, from 18 to 21 July.

Snow Patrol headlined the first Latitude festival in 2006. Ezra previously played the BBC Music stage in 2014. Del Rey’s performance is a summer 2019 UK festival exclusive and marks her first appearance at Latitude. Underworld will close the Saturday night.

Acts including rapper Loyle Carner, Norwegian pop star Sigrid, trip-hop icon Neneh Cherry and Australian rock band Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever appear further down the bill, which also features comedy, theatre and arts performers.

Jason Manford and Michelle Wolf – best known for her infamous comedy roast of Donald Trump’s press secretary Sarah Sanders and his daughter Ivanka at the 2018 White House correspondents’ dinner – will headline the comedy stage.

Ezra will also headline at the Isle of Wight festival. The all-male lineup includes Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, who headlined in 2012, and Scottish rock band Biffy Clyro, who have headlined twice previously. The festival hasn’t featured a solo female headliner since Florence + the Machine in 2010.

Other Isle of Wight acts include Fatboy Slim, Lily Allen, Bristol punk band Idles and Anne-Marie – whose debut album, Speak Your Mind, was the bestselling British debut of 2018. The festival is at Seaclose Park from 13 to 16 June.


Laura Snapes

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