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6 March 2012, 05:57
We now know who is on the line up for the Latitude Festival 2012 in Suffolk.
It is the seventh year of Latitude at Henham Park near Southwold and will run from July 12th - 15th.
Over the course of the four days, there will be over 500 live acts performing on more than 15 arts and music arenas, and up to 35,000 people are expected to attend.
The festival always it is 'more than just a music festival' and there is a full line up of comedy, literature, poetry, film and arts.
The first line up announcements have been made, with Bon Iver the headline act on the Friday night, Elbow headlining on the Saturday and Paul Weller bringing things to a close on the Sunday evening.
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It isn't just music, as the festival is also famous for it's arts, theatre and literature.
In the comedy arena, there will be stars like Jack Dee, Rich Hall, Lee Nelson and Tim Minchin.
They are also extending the children's areas, with a Children's Arena and an Inbetweeners Area for teenagers.
Sharon Reuben, Childen's Arena booker said: 'Each year the Children's Arena gets bigger and better, thanks in part to the hard work and commitment from local organisations to give festival goers a child-friendly, family experience that entertains, educates and liberates. As well as providing fantastic facilities for kids in the Children's Arena we are delighted to announce the return of the Inbetweeners Teen Arena.'
Tickets are now on sale.