Latitude festival returns to Henham Park, Suffolk, on 20-23 July 2023 for its 17th edition with headliners Pulp, Paolo Nutini and George Ezra. Weekend tickets for the festival are on sale on Monday 4th November at 9am here.
“What exactly do you do for an encore?” sang Jarvis Cocker on Pulp’s 1998 album, ‘This Is Hardcore’, Answering his own question with a social tease earlier this year, Cocker seemingly confirmed Pulp were reuniting, sending fans into a frenzy. Latitude can confirm the band will headline the festival on Friday night in celebration of This Is Hardcore’s 25th anniversary.
Paolo Nutini makes a return to Latitude headlining on Saturday night. Nutini’s 2011 fabled Latitude headline slot was named ‘Performance of the Year’ at UK Festival Awards and this year’s performance promises to be even better.
Latitude welcomes back George Ezra as the Sunday night headliner. Ezra packed out BBC Music Stage in 2014 and returned to the headline slot back in 2019. George returns to Latitude following acclaimed third UK Number One album ‘Gold Rush Kid’ including festival-ready hit singles ‘Anyone For You’ and ‘Green Green Grass’.
Across the weekend, visceral rock legends Black Midi bring their cacophonous brand of post-punk to Latitude in support of blistering new album ‘Hellfire’ and Mercury Prize-winning music group Young Fathers perform tracks from anticipated third album, ‘Heavy Heavy’. They are joined by New Zealand’s guitar-pop band The Beths, The Big Moon who celebrate UK-Top 10 Album ‘Here Is Everything’ and new theatrical female-five-piece The Dinner Party.