Festivals: The Jesus and Mary Chain, Mystery Jets and more announced for Latitude 2017

The Jesus and Mary Chain, Mystery Jets and more announced for Latitude 2017

The Coral and Leon Bridges are also amongst the new names headed to Suffolk.

With a couple of months to go before Latitude returns to Suffolk, a bunch of new names have been added to the ever-growing bill.

Icons The Jesus And Mary Chain will be bringing tunes from recently released new album ‘Damage And Joy’ and some classics to the festival, with Mystery Jets also set to play. Vintage soul and blues man Leon Bridges, Liverpool rockers The Coral, and even classical singer Katherine Jenkins (OBE!) will be headed to Suffolk. Beth Orton, Flyte, Childhood, Alex Vargas, TENDER, DJ Yoda and Minke are also amongst the new names, with Simian Mobile Disco playing a DJ set.

The new additions join previously announced headliners The 1975, Mumford & Sons and Fleet Foxes, as well as Glass Animals, The Horrors, Loyle Carner, Dream Wife, The Magic Gang, Marika Hackman, Dan Kroll, Aldous Harding, Idles, Nilüfer Yanya, Jorja Smith, Matt Maltese and loads, loads more.

Latitude gets under way between 13th and 16th July and you can see the full line-up details so far here.

DIY is an official media partner of Latitude. Tickets are on sale now. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.

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