Edwyn Collins, Jeremy Warmsley and Lee Mack all in latest additions

St Etienne have been confirmed for the Uncut Arena at this July’s Latitude Festival, which takes place from July 16-19.

The band who have recently reissued deluxe editions of their acclaimed albums Fox Base Alpha and Continental ( Win copies here!) will join previously announced headliners Bat For Lashes, Spiritualized and Gossip in the popular covered tent.

Also announced this week are further additions for the Literary, Comedy and Music & Film Arenas; highlights including Frank Skinner, Jeremy Warmsley and a collaboration between Grace Maxwell and Edwyn Collins.

Latitude, now in it’s fourth year, is Uncut’s festival of the Summer, and tickets for the weekend are still available for £150 for the weekend, from nme.com/gigs and www.latitudefestival.co.uk.

If you’re feeling lucky, don’t forget there’s a chance to win a pair of tickets, at Uncut’s competitions page here.

Latitude takes place in Henham Park, Suffolk, we’ll see you there!

The latest additions for the festival are as follows, for all previous updates see our dedicated Latitude 2009 blog here.


Saint Etienne

The Temper Trap


Kap Bambino


Future Cinema Presents Black Cat White Cat with Taraf de Haidouks

Noise Of Art presents ‘Love Bites – The Dance Of The Vampires

Vashti Bunyan: From Here to Before with Kieran Evans, Adem & Friends

Jeremy Deller

Jeremy Warmsley

One eskimO

London Short Film Festival

Night Of The Living Dead – 3D


Frank Skinner

Grace Maxwell & Edwyn Collins

Punk Fiction with Cathi Unsworth, Nicholas Hogg,

Janine Bullman, Salena Godden, Dev Hynes, Lee Bullman


Lee Mack

Stephen Grant

Rob Rouse

John Gordillo

Kerry Godliman


The Whoopee Club

Ima Doll

Fancy Chance


Beaux Belles


The Two Wrongies

Miss Lady G Luck

Simon Deville

Des O’Connor

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