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Haim, The Chemical Brothers Confirmed To Headline Latitude 2020

The hugely popular Suffolk festival returns to Henham Park from 16 to 19 July next year.

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Haim, The Chemical Brothers and Liam Gallagher have all been confirmed as the headliners for Latitude 2020.

The hugely popular Suffolk festival returns from 16 to 19 July next year, with all three acts taking top billing across the weekend. It will also mark the first time that all three acts have headlined the festival’s Obelisk Arena.

Haim first played at the festival in 2014. On returning to headline the event, they said: “Latitude has always been one of our favourite festivals to play, now we are so excited to come back and headline.”

Liam Gallagher added: “Yes brothers and sisters, I’m glad to announce I’ll be headlining Latitude 2020 next summer. LG.”

Elsewhere at Latitude 2020, fans can expect appearances from The Lumineers, Michael Kiwanuka, The Futureheads, Keane, Charli XCX, Local Natives, Phoebe Bridgers, Marika Hackman, James Vincent McMorrow, Ibibo Sound Machine and many more.

Describing her headline set on the BBC Sounds stage, Charli said: “I can’t wait to headline the BBC Sounds stage at Latitude next year, my show is gonna be the most iconic party you’ve ever been to – swear on my life.”

Keane added: “Latitude is one of our favourite festivals to attend. We’ve seen some brilliant gigs there, from Portishead to Kraftwerk – just to name a couple. We can’t wait to be on the bill next summer.”

Also at Latitude 2020, the festival’s first-ever comedy arena headliner is the veteran comic Bill Bailey, while revered poet Dr John Cooper Clarke is also set to perform.

“Last time I played Latitude it wasn’t too bad so I’m quite looking forward to headlining in 2020,” Bailey said.

Latitude takes place from 16 to 19 July at Henham Park, Suffolk. For further information, please visit the festival’s official website, where weekend tickets are on sale at 9am on 6 December.

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