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Damian Lewis and What Latitude Festival Means to Him

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by Laura Johnson | Stereo Board | May 1, 2024

A new act has been announced for this year’s Latitude.

Joining the bill is British actor and singer-songwriter Damian Lewis. It will mark his biggest show to date when he performs on the Second Stage at Henham Park in Suffolk on the Friday (July 26). He said:

“Latitude Festival holds a very special place in my heart. It’s a festival we have attended as a family for years. There is something very magical about the festival; the site itself is glorious, and I’ve seen so many amazing artists there.”

“From busking on the streets of Europe to gracing the stage at Latitude Festival, this musical journey has been nothing short of extraordinary. It’s a testament to the power of music and the unwavering support of my fans.”

“This is undoubtedly the biggest show I’ve ever done, and I’m very grateful for this opportunity. The Latitude audience is incredibly special, and I cannot wait to perform with my brilliant band!”

Festival Director Melvin Benn added: ‘We are absolutely thrilled to welcome Damian Lewis to the Latitude Festival. Damian’s musical talent is undeniable; I managed to catch him at the Wilderness Festival, and he was captivating!”

“Performing at Latitude is the next step up in his already thriving musical career. For those who haven’t heard him, you can expect blues, folk-rock, Americana, and beyond from Damian and his truly exceptional band!”

The renowned festival will return to Henham Park in late July with headliners Kasabian, London Grammar, Keane and Duran Duran. Head below to keep up to date with the latest line-up news.

What? A multi-day festival with an eclectic musical line-up featuring pop, indie and dance acts, as well as an impressive comedy bill.

Where? Henham Park in Suffolk.

When? July 25-28, 2024.

Who? The latest addition to the bill is Damian Lewis. He joins the previously announced headliners Duran Duran, Kasabian, Keane and London Grammar.

How? Ticket information here.

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