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Confirmed music acts for Latitude Festival

PUBLISHED: 19:15 05 March 2012

Bat for Lashes will be at Latitude Festival

Bat for Lashes will be at Latitude Festival

Bon Iver, Elbow, and Paul Weller are the music headliners at Latitude Festival 2012, but many other music acts were released this evening.

Among them is world famous concert pianist Lang Lang.

Wild Beasts, The Horrors and White Lies will be headlining The Word Arena, while Bat for Lashes, Buena Vista Social Club, Daryl Hall, Janelle Monae, Laura Marling, Metronomy & Simple Minds are also set to play.

Confirmed music acts today include Alabama Shakes, Amandou & Mariam, The Antlers, Apparat, Bat For Lashes, Battles, Baxter Dury, Bon Iver, Buena Vista Social Club, Bwani Junction, Chairlift, Cold Specks, Daryl Hall, Daughter, Dawes, Destroyer, Django Django, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, Elbow, Esperanza Spalding, Explosions In The Sky, Fatoumata Diawara, The Field, Francois and the Atlas Mountains, GIVERS, The Horrors, Howler, I Break Horses, Iceage, Janelle Monae, Jonathan Wilson, Josh T Pearson, Kindness, Kurt Vile, Lang Lang, Laura Marling, Lianne La Havas, Liz Green, Lloyd Cole, M83, Metronomy, Michael Kiwanuka, Other Lives, Paul Weller, Perfum Genuis, Richard Hawley, Sharon van Etten, Silver Seas, Simple Minds, Sissy & The Blisters, SBTRKT, Soko, St Vincent, Sunless ‘97, Team Me, Thomas Dolby, Tune Yards, The War on Drugs, We Have Band, White Lies, Wild Beasts, Wooden Shjips, Yeasayer, Zola Jesus and Zun Zun Egui.

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