Latitude Festival line-up: Liam Gallagher and Chemical Brothers to headline

Haim have enjoyed success with albums Days are Gone and Something To Tell You

Haim have enjoyed success with albums Days are Gone and Something To Tell You

Liam Gallagher, pop band Haim and electronic duo The Chemical Brothers will headline the next Latitude music festival, it has been announced.

Latitude 2019 was headlined by Lana Del Ray, George Ezra and Stereophonics - the latter filling in for Snow Patrol, who were forced to pull out.

The Shockwave singer said of the announcement: "Yes brothers and sisters, I'm glad to announce I'll be headlining Latitude Festival next Summer. LG".

Liam Gallagher was unveiled as Latitude's secret act in 2018 where the British icon gave a legendary performance, and 2020 will see the Rockstar give an unforgettable headline performance.

Haim, who first played the festival in 2014, will return as headliners - marking their first bill-topping United Kingdom performance in their history.

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Weekend tickets go on sale from Friday 6 December at 9am. The LA trio will bring their blend of uplifting harmonised rock to the festival, playing hits from their 2013 Days Are Gone and 2017 Something to Tell You albums.

Former Oasis man Liam Gallagher will perform just a few weeks after his brother Noel takes to the stage in Thetford Forest.

Masters of the late-night party, festival-goers can expect a multi-sensory experience, with lasers, walls of strobes, big moving robots, dazzling graphics and special effects.

Other musical acts announced include The Lumineers, Keane and Charli XCX, but no other comedy names have yet been confirmed.

They will be joined by acclaimed stand-up Bill Bailey, who will headline the Comedy Arena, artist Charlie Mackesy, poet Dr John Cooper Clarke, Salon London and Women's Prize for Fiction panels and Stormzy's #MerkyBoots publishers with special guests to be announced.

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