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Latitude 2017 branded “one of the best” as release date for next years tickets is announced

PUBLISHED: 12:47 17 July 2017 | UPDATED: 16:48 17 July 2017

Latitude 2017 was the biggest yet with 40,000 coming to Henham Park. Picture: Mike Page

Latitude 2017 was the biggest yet with 40,000 coming to Henham Park. Picture: Mike Page

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Thousands of music lovers once again descended on Suffolk as Henham Park provided the back drop for Latitude 2017.

Visitors were thrilled by one of the UK’s most eclectic and immersive festival experiences, and a release date for tickets to next year’s event has already been announced.

Melvin Benn, managing director or Festival Republic which runs the event, said: “Latitude 2017 has been one of the best, and most certainly the biggest Latitude yet – we welcomed 40,000 people to Henham Park this year. The 1975 gave a phenomenal debut headline performance on Friday night.

“Mumford and Sons and their Gentlemen of the Road Takeover brought with it so many memorable performances – notably their headline set which was simply unforgettable. Fleet Foxes rounded off the weekend in the only way they know how – it was stunning.

“Yet again, I’m blown away by our Latitude audience. I can’t wait to see you all again next year.”

Tickets for Latitude Festival 2018 will be available from 10am on Thursday, July 20.

For more information visit: www.latitudefestival.com

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