Last night saw Henham Park booming with impromptu sets, poetry, literature and a lifetime’s supply of mosquitos. Today the music starts. And we’ll be right in the thick of it.
We’ll be bringing you reports, reviews, interviews, galleries - anything and everything from on site in Southwold at Latitude 2014. The music kicks off just past the Midday mark, and there onwards we’ve got an onslaught of coverage available to glance at via outlive stream below.
Alternately you can keep track of all the goings on via our Latitude 2014 hub. There you’ll find every article we post during and after the event that relevant to what’s going down.
Our live updates will feature backstage chats, exclusive photos and goodness knows what else that happens throughout the fest.
Last night we eased ourselves in with tent-pitching, schedule-planning, and everything else that went into the prep for the fest. Today we’ve got performances from the likes of Childhood, Temples, and newly-established headliner Lily Allen.
For a playlist of Latitude’s best bits on day one, head here. For everything else, scroll down below.
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