Latitude Festival 2009 Begins This Week!

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This year’s Latitude Festival begins this Thursday (July 16) – so if you haven’t got a ticket yet, you better get your skates on!

You don’t want to miss Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Pet Shop Boys or Grace Jones headlining the idyllic outdoor Obelisk Arena. Nor less the amazing Gossip, Bat For Lashes and Spiritualized topping the bills in the Uncut Arena.

Other music highlights are likely to include a rare and exclusive solo set from Radiohead‘s Thom Yorke, who is set to play a very special lunchtime gig on Sunday July 19.

The Pretenders, Patrick Wolf, Doves, Editors, Phoenix, Squeeze, Magazine, Tricky and The Gaslight Anthem are just SOME of the other artists all confirmed to play!

The award winning festival, now in it’s fourth year takes place over four days from July 16-19 and if you haven’t already, you can buy tickets from here: www.festivalrepublic.com or here: www.latitudefestival.co.uk

Stay in the loop with all Latitude festival news at our dedicated blog here. We’ll be onsite all weekend bringing you up-to-the-minute coverage from the music, theatre, comedy and other arenas. Feel free to send us your comments via Twitter. Best will be published here at uncut.co.uk.

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