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knows your 10th birthday is a biggie and full of surprises so we escaped the Big Smoke for the weekend and went to Latitude Festival’s 10th anniversary in the picture postcard location of Southwold in Suffolk. From this year’s pink sheep to the GLORIOUS sunshine we had all weekend we’ve got to say that Latitude’s 10th was packed full of surprises including appearances from Thom Yorke and Ed Sheeran.

Public Service Broadcasting rocked the BBC6 Music tent to a packed to the rafters crowd on the Friday afternoon while Wolf Alice caused utter mayhem with tracks from their long anticipated debut album ‘My Love is Cool’ with crowd-surfers during a mid-afternoon set on Saturday. LA rockers Warpaint, who were sandwiched between the unlikely mix of Seasick Steve and Manic Street Preachers, rounded off the weekend’s support slots with an hour of chilled out vibes and swirling sounds that matched the sun.




It’s no secret that we at LOTI love our food and eating good grub at festivals is no exception! Despite having an on-site restaurant we decided to chow down on a variety of street food over the weekend but we have to say that Grillstock’s pulled pork burger was our total FAVE and even went back to get on the Smokestack burger (that’s a cheeseburger topped with crispy onions and pulled pork in a brioche bun don’t you know!).

Typically quick-witted, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds closed the weekend on the Obelisk Arena whilst describing Latitude as ‘a fucking Guardian readers rally’ with a set full of Oasis classics such as ‘Talk Tonight’, ‘Digsy’s Dinner’ and ‘Champagne Supernova’ as well as material from his own solo albums including ‘If I Had a Gun’ and ‘In The Heat of The Moment’.