Here’s the Latitude Festival 2020 line-up

Discover the full list of names confirmed to take to Henham Park in 2020.

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More artists have been confirmed for this year’s Latitude Festival, which will return to Henham Park in Suffolk from 16 – 19 July 2020.

The latest acts join a stacked bill at the festival, which is set to welcome headline sets from Haim on Friday 16 July, indie veteran Liam Gallagher on Saturday 17 July, and electronic masters The Chemical Brothers on Sunday 18 July 2020.

Snow Patrol will take to Latitude Festival having been forced to cancel last year, bringing their Reworked live show to Sunday’s lunchtime slot on the Obelisk Stage.

British comedy superstar Jo Brand joins the festival as their third comedy headliner, appearing alongside the previously announced Simon Amstell and Bill Bailey on the line-up.

Latitude’s musical offering has been bolstered by the news that BBC Sound Of 2020 and BRITs Rising Star Award winner Celeste will make an appearance at this year’s festival.

Other music artists added in the latest announcement include Rina Sawyama, Big Joanie, Angie McMahon and Cub Sport.

Author of the Booker Prize-winning novel Girl, Woman, Other Bernadine Evaristo has joined The Speakeasy literary line-up, which will also feature Empire Magazine editor Terri White discuss her forthcoming memoir Coming Undone, and host of the hugely successful Ctrl Alt Delete podcast Emma Gannon reveal all about her debut novel Olive.

A huge mix of the world’s biggest artists are set to descend on Latitude Festival this summer.

Grime superstar Ghetts will perform, joined by artists such as British singer, songwriter and producer Michael Kiwanuka, American folk rockers The Lumineers, British indie stalwarts Keane, and internationally renowned pop megastar Charli XCX. 

BRITs Critic’s Choice Award nominee Mahalia will also take the stage, as will City And Colour – the acclaimed solo work by Alexisonfire vocalist Dallas Green.

The festival’s Listening Post – for all things podcasts – will also return in 2020, welcoming the likes of Jenny Eclair and Judith Holder‘s Older And Wider, as well as Four Lions and The Line Of Duty writer Craig Parkinson‘s The Two Shot Podcast.

Over at The Speakeasy, the Women’s Prize For Fiction returns hosting a talk from bestselling author Kate Mosse, and Man Booker Prize nominee Sophie Mackintosh launches her issue of Five Dials with a special guest.

Liam Gallagher - One Of Us (Official Video)

Liam Gallagher headlines Latitude Festival on Saturday 17 July 2020 having released his sophomore album Why Me. Why Not? in 2019, and having rounded off the year with a huge headline arena run.

Haim take headline duties on the previous day, having dropped three new singles throughout 2019 including the infectious pop banger Now I’m In It.

Electronic duo The Chemical Brothers round off the festival with a headline slot on Sunday 18 July 2020, having released their ninth studio album No Geography in 2019.

Other artists set to perform at the festival include Phoebe Bridgers, James Vincent McMorrow, Local Natives, Marika Hackman, and The Futureheads.

The annual Latitude Festival takes place in the stunning surroundings of Henham Park in Suffolk, set to welcome a huge line-up of music, comedy, theatre, arts, spoken word and live podcast recordings.

Last year’s event presented headline appearances by George Ezra, Stereophonics and Lana Del Rey.

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Latitude Festival 2020 Line-up

Latitude Festival 2020 will be headlined by Haim, Liam Gallagher and The Chemical Brothers

Friday 17 July 2020

Obelisk Arena

  • Haim
  • Michael Kiwanuka
  • Mahalia
  • Local Natives
  • City And Colour
  • Nadia Rose
  • Ibibio Sound Machine

BBC Sounds Stage

  • King Gizzard And the Lizard Wizard
  • La Roux
  • Phoebe Bridgers
  • Nubya Garcia
  • Cate Le Bon
  • Stella Donnelly
  • Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band
  • Big Joanie

Saturday 18 July 2020

Obelisk Arena

  • Liam Gallagher
  • The Lumineers
  • James Vincent McMorrow
  • Tove Lo
  • Les Amazones D’Afrique
  • Kawala
  • Girl Ray

BBC Sounds Stage

  • Charli XCX
  • Purity Ring
  • Kate Tempest
  • Joy Crookes
  • Inhaler
  • Oscar Jerome
  • Velvet Negroni
  • King Kong Company

Sunday 19 July 2020

Obelisk Arena

  • The Chemical Brothers
  • Keane
  • Celeste
  • Black Pumas
  • The Futureheads
  • Snow Patrol Reworked

BBC Sounds Stage

  • Banks
  • Rina Sawayama
  • Marika Hackman
  • Anna Meredith
  • The Beths
  • Annabel Allum

Day to be announced

Sunrise Arena

  • Ghetts
  • Hinds
  • Angie McMahon
  • Bad Sounds
  • Chloe Moriondo
  • Confidence Man
  • Cub Sport
  • Joesef
  • LA Priest
  • Lola Young
  • Lyra
  • MarthaGunn
  • Men I Trust
  • Miss Grit
  • Miraa May
  • Oklou
  • Porridge Radio
  • Sorry


  • Bill Bailey
  • Simon Amstell
  • Joe Brand
  • Angela Barnes
  • Rich Hall
  • Jayde Adams
  • Kerry Goldiman
  • Flo and Joan
  • Abigoliah Schamaun
  • Shazia Mirza
  • Olga Koch
  • David Morgan
  • Chortle Student Comedy Awards Finalists
  • Sophie Duker


  • Birmingham Royal Ballet


  • Women’s Prize For Fiction present Kate Mosse
  • Charlie Mackesy
  • Dr John Cooper Clarke
  • Five Dials
  • Sophie Mackintosh
  • Flo Perry
  • Raynor Winn
  • Laura Dockrill
  • Patrick Barkham
  • Salon London present Gigantic Ideas and Don’t Look Back In Anger
  • Bernadine Evaristo
  • Scarlett Curtis
  • Emma Jane Unsworth
  • Terri White


  • Jenny Eclair and Judith Holder: Older and Wider
  • The Two Shot Podcast
  • Brian and Roger
  • Secret Artists with Annie McGrath
  • My Mate Bought A Toaster
  • The Poetry Exchange
  • Pod Bible Live
  • British Podcast Awards: Best Live Show
  • Girls on Film

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