Latitude Festival celebrated its 10th year with big headliners and some very special guests.
Approximately 30,000 people took to Suffolk, UK over the weekend to see artists like Alt-J, Portishead, Noel Gallagher and James Blake play live sets.
Amongst the vast amount of artists were special guests Ed Sheeran and Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke, who each surprised the festival goers with intimate sets.
The festival also offered the attendees comedy, theatre, dance, film, poetry, cabaret and much more across over 20 arenas and marquees.
"But what Latitude continues to master is an unchallenging offering of the arts’ most excellent; a refined selection of music, comedy and literature," writes Harriet Gisborne for The Guardian.
"Most importantly, it succeeds in appeasing both its core high-school audience and the middle-aged Pimm’s consumers, with Sunday’s lineup of Seasick Steve, Manic Street Preachers and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds an enticing end for the many beleaguered parents in attendance."