Wednesday, July 6, 2011
The guide talks about many of the varied areas across the Latitude Festival site including the Lake and 'In The Woods' areas and we're sure it'll help with your off-shift planning!
Latitude has grown over the last few years into a uniquely creative family friendly festival. There is something on offer for everyone, whether you're seeking out the top comedians or looking to sip on a cocktail in the sunshine or perhaps you'll be spending time with family in the kids area learning about bushcraft there's something for everyone at Latitude. Fancy catching the ballet instead, well, yes you can do that too and if you're the partying type, then don't forget to pack your dancing shoes as the arena is open until the early hours with various different DJs and other entertainment carrying on until the wee small hours.
The other thing at Latitude we strongly recommend you spend sometime exploring the wealth of food options that Latitude Festival has to offer. You're likely to find foods from all over the world with something to satisfy all of your tastebuds, there's gourmet burgers, stone baked pizzas, greek mezze and so much more to choose from, you really will be spoilt for choice. Our favourites include anywhere that does a good milkshake and the churros stands!
We know there is more on the way from PAAM this summer including handy festival previews covering the Big Chill, Reading and Leeds Festivals so keep your eyes peeled! We'll let you know about it all via our news but if you'd like to be the first to know you can follow PAAM on Twitter and find PAAM on Facebook!