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The star-studded line-up for Latitude 2017 has been revealed – with The 1975, Mumford & Sons and Fleet Foxes headlining the three-day event.
Check out the full line-up below.
This year’s Latitude sees Fleet Foxes make a long-awaited live return, while for the 1975, it will be there first major UK festival headline slot.
Mumford & Sons will be curating their own line-up for the day as part of their Gentlemen Of The Road takeover.
Speaking ahead of the event, Mumford & Sons said: “This collaboration with Latitude is one of the most exciting things we’re doing this year.
“Ever since we started working on Gentlemen Of The Road Stopovers we’ve really enjoyed curating line ups and sharing not only our own music but also sharing music of artists who we love and are listening to regularly.
“It’s almost like creating a mix tape with a best friend, but instead it’s a whole day of music, across multiple stages, with 40,000 people!”
Fleet Foxes added: “After being holed up in the studio for a year, there’s nothing we’re more excited about than performing new songs and revisiting our catalogue at Latitude!”
Also on the bill are the likes of Jack Garratt, Placebo, Goldfrapp, John Cale and many, many more.
Latitude organiser Melvin Benn said: “Following the incredible success of our eleventh edition last year, we had set the bar high for this year’s festival. The 1975 have more than proven themselves over the past year and I’m thrilled to give them a well-deserved headline slot.
“Mumford & Sons have chosen Latitude as the only stop in the UK for their Gentlemen of the Road Takeover, and Fleet Foxes’ will headline their only UK appearance at a festival this year. Latitude 2017 is already simply unmissable.”
Latitude Festival 2017 takes place at Henham Park in Suffolk from 14-16 July