Win one of 14 pairs of tickets to Latitude
Monday 28 May 2012
Latitude, the UK’s favourite multi-arts festival, returns for its seventh edition in 2012, between 12 - 15th July, at Henham Park in Suffolk.
This acclaimed festival delivers the very best established and emerging talent from the worlds of music, comedy, theatre, cabaret, dance, poetry, literature, art and fashion.
With bespoke performances set across the beautiful Henham Park estate, Latitude takes advantage of the surrounding woodland and lake to showcase its artists like no other festival. Highlights this year include music headliners Bon Iver, Elbow and Paul Weller, plus Laura Marling, Richard Hawley, Janelle Monae, Lana Del Rey, Ben Howard, Rufus Wainwright and his band and world famous concert pianist Lang Lang.
Comedy comes from Tim Minchin, Jack Dee, Greg Davies and The Infinite Monkey Cage, while celebrated author Siri Hustvedt joins the literary line-up alongside esteemed authors Iain Banks, John Pilger, WordTheatre and more. With poetry from Benjamin Zephaniah, John Cooper Clarke and Tim Key, to name a few, and internationally renowned performances from Sadler’s Wells, Matthew Bourne’s Early Adventures, National Theatre, BAFTA and The Opera Group, Latitude is much more than just a music festival.
The Independent has teamed up with the festival organisers to give away a bucketload of tickets to our readers. All you have to do to enter is answer the question below.
Terms and conditions
Closing date for competition is 11.59pm on Sunday 1 July 2012. Winners will be drawn at random and notified by 5.30pm on Monday 2nd July 2012. Entrants must be aged 18 or over. There are 14 prizes. Each prize comprises two standard tickets to Latitude. Each pair of standard tickets will give access to the main festival site and the campsites. Transport to and from the festival site, accommodation, food and other expenses are not included. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. The editor’s decision is final. Only one entry per household. The line-up for Latitude is subject to change. For the general Latitude terms and conditions of entry please visit the Latitude website. The Independent's usual terms and conditions apply.
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