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The National, Suede and Paolo Nutini to headline Latitude
Acoustic guitar player Paolo Nutini will join The National and Suede as a headline act for this year's Latitude Festival.
The bash is being held for the sixth time in 2011, taking place between July 14th and 17th at Henham Park in Suffolk.
A statement from the organisers said: "With an unrivalled programme of music and arts scheduled all weekend long, Latitude will continue to inspire and innovate, enlighten and engage with another incredible event promised for 2011."
Many other acts have been added to the bill, with ticketholders able to look forward to performances from the likes of British Sea Power, Foals, Bright Eyes, Everything Everything and Villagers.
The Vaccines, I am Kloot, Deerhunter, Caribou, Edwyn Collins and Paloma Faith will also perform sets at the festival.
Acoustic guitar player KT Tunstall and Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke will be in attendance as well.
In addition to its musical focus, Latitude also has a comedy stage, which is to be headlined by Omid Djalili this year.
Meanwhile, Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan will be hosting a question and answer session about their recent series The Trip in the Film and Music Arena.
Posted on 15 Mar 2011 12:40 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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