Festivals: Latitude 2015 announces new names, including DIY Presents: The Alcove Stage

Latitude 2015 announces new names, including DIY Presents: The Alcove Stage

Warpaint, Santigold and Ben Khan have joined the bill for 2015, with Real Lies and Josef Salvat playing our very own stage.

Lots of exciting new names have been announced for this year’s Latitude Festival, running 16th-19th July.

Not only that - we’re also very excited to announce details for the DIY Presents: The Alcove Stage at the fest, spanning across the entire weekend. Stevenage punks Bad Breeding, London trio Real Lies and pop newcomer Josef Salvat are all set to feature.

Elsewhere on the DIY stage, we’ve got head-turning Londoner Nao, experimentalists Vessels, Douglas Dare, Tor Miller, C-Duncan and loads more. See the full line-up so far below.

Warpaint head up the new names playing Latitude’s Obelisk Arena. Santigold will also be appearing, alongside The Boomtown Rats and Badly Drawn Boy (performing ‘The Hour of the Bewilderbeast’).

Over on the BBC Radio 6 Music Stage, The Charlatans will be arriving at the fest. There’s also Syrian musician Omar Souleyman and NYC-residing artist Kindness.

Other additions include The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Mali group Songhoy Blues, plus DIY favourites Ben Khan and Rae Morris.

These new names join headliners Alt-J, Portishead and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. Latitude 2015 tickets are available here.

DIY is an Official Media Partner for Latitude 2015. This year we’ll be bringing you all the excitement from The Alcove Stage and beyond. Follow everything here.

DIY Presents: The Alcove Stage

Latitude 2015 announces new names, including DIY Presents: The Alcove Stage

Josef Salvat, LoneLady, Bad Breeding, Jane Weaver, Real Lies, R. Selliog, Douglas Dare, Clean Cut Kid, Tor Miller, DMA's, Nao, Max Jury, C-Duncan.

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