Latitude Bill Gets Even Better

Marnie Stern heads up today's additions

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The superb singer-guitarist Marnie Stern, a firm Uncut favourite, is among the latest bunch of names to be added to the bill for the Latitude festival.

Stern joins the lineup for the Uncut Arena along with two more additions, Wildbirds And Peacedrums and the grammatically challenging iLiKETRAiNS.

Elsewhere, Datarock have signed up for the Obelisk Stage, while 65 Days Of Static and Asaf Avidan and The Mojos will be gracing the Sunrise Arena.

Latitude, Britain’s premier music and arts festival, starts in the middle of next month, running from July 16 to 19 in the grounds of Henham Park near Southwold, Suffolk.

Tickets are still available for £150 for the weekend, from nme.com/gigs

For a chance to win a pair of tickets, click here.

Keep an eye on uncut.co.uk and the official website – www.latitudefestival.co.uk – for all the latest updates.

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