Latitude Festival
Latitude Festival is now into its 12th year. Photo: Victor Frankowski

Latitude Festival has announced the final performers for the 2017 edition in July.

The new additions, mostly to the smaller stages, join major names including The 1975 and Fleet Foxes and future stars including The Magic Gang and Shame at Henham Park.

Pumarosa are the new name for the Obelisk Arena, equipped with their debut album The Witch, with Albin Lee Meldau taking to the Lake Stage.

The BBC Music stage is joined by Scandipop star Skott, the folk of Beans On Toast, Life and Wesley Gonzalez.

The other additions are mostly to the BBC Introducing and Solas stages, featuring a wealth of varied under-the-radar names across the weekend.

The most familiar names among those include New Zealander Aldous Harding, Dutch band Klangstof and Irish singer-songwriter Alibhe Reddy.

There’s also spots for a number of Scandinavian bands, including Geowulf, Lowly and Broen.

The Lumineers on stage at Latitude Festival 2016
Sunny skies at Latitude Festival 2016 as The Lumineers perform. Photo: Jen O’Neill

A wide range of announcements have also been made for the arts schedule, including speakers for the SpeakEasy stage and eclectic comedy offerings.

Latitude – now in its 12th year – takes place at Henham Park in Suffolk from 13-16 July, combining one of the most interesting music lineups with a full arts programme.

Tickets are still on sale, priced at £197.50 for adults, with an £8 booking fee.