Latitude Festival 2022

Latitude festival 2022 is a UK music festival based in Henham Park in Suffolk and is only 15 minutes by car from The Farmhouse bed and breakfast, meaning you can have the best of both worlds - all the fun and excitement of a super festival backed up with a fantastic nights sleep and an amazing breakfast. 21st, 22nd, 23rd & 24th July 2022

Latitude has everything from top music acts across multiple stages to comedy, cabaret, theatre and arts areas. The biggest names headline the main Obelisk Arena stage while you can discover up and coming musicians on the various smaller stages, including the hidden Alcove stage.

Latitude is also an award-winning family-friendly festival, taking home the best family festival award in 2018. Tickets are available for all age groups. Along with the musical entertainment, you can chill out and recharge with a spot of lake swimming, outdoor yoga and even paddle boarding. There is also a variety of theatre and dynamic art installations to investigate, along with an array of food and drink options.

The Friday night headliners will be non other than Lewis Capaldi, whilst Saturday night will be headlined by the fantastic Bastille! Plus, the incredible Snow Patrol will be performing on Sunday

The Restaurant

Our restaurant will be serving breakfast each morning from Friday-Monday (included in the price of your accommodation) and then selling tasty snacks until late into the evening. Or grab a delicious à la carte dinner before heading into the festival for the night’s entertainment.

Bar & Chill Out Area

The Latitude Luxury bar and chill out area is the perfect place to ease into the day with the papers and a drink, or to party late into the night with a cocktail prepared by our bartenders. Soak up some rays on a deckchair as you plan your day’s entertainment or relax by the fire pits for late night marshmallow toasting and fire-side chats.

Toilets And Showers

We’ll have plenty of serviced toilets and showers for all Latitude Luxury campers. ON-SITE MUSIC We are planning a great programme of Thursday night live entertainment in the bar plus morning acoustic sessions.

Secret Arena Bar

An oasis in the heart of the festival for the exclusive use of Latitude Luxury pass holders, you will be able to enjoy the cocktail, wine and drinks list in our chill out tent or outside seating area – complete with fire pits – and take advantage of the toilet facilities, all just a minute from the main stage.

The Spa & Salon

Our Spa will be offering first rate luxurious pampering. Let our talented therapists relax you into the weekend or sooth those tired dancing legs before heading back to the real world. Our Salon is also available – services on offer will include fabulous ladies and gents styling, makeup and the application of festival glitz and glamour. More details and information on how to book for the Spa & Salon will be released in the run up to the event.

Kids Cinema Tent

Our kids cinema tent is also available to help distract the little ones – allowing you time to enjoy a bottle of wine or afternoon tea. Children will need to be supervised by an adult.

Tickets available from the event website here.

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