Up-and-coming acts added to Latitude Festival line-up

12:51 29 May 2014

Copyright© Rob Whitworth

Up and coming acts MNEK, Young Fathers and Childhood have been added to this year’s line-up for Latitude Festival.

They will join previously announced headliners The Black Keys, Damon Albarn and Two Door Cinema Club.

Chrissie Hynde, best known as being Hereford-based The Pretenders’ singer, will also play the show on 17-20 July.

Last year’s Latitude was awarded the best line-up prize at the UK Festival Awards.

Childhood plan to release their debut LP Lacuna in August.

There will be comedy performances from Al Murray, Simon Amstell and Dara O’Briain.

Tickets for this year’s Latitude Festival are on sale now.

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