Access Creative College is a champion of grassroots music talent, always looking to showcase amazing future headliners that hone their skills within their centres. To celebrate this year’s Latitude, ACC Norwich is inviting the local community to experience this year’s acts before they play the festival.
This July, Latitude opens its gates once more from 21st to 24th July, as part of the UK’s world-renowned festival season, filling Henham Park in Suffolk with music lovers taking in a packed lineup of world-class musicians across multiple stages.
Access Creative College Norwich (ACC) has a longstanding partnership with Latitude festival, each year bringing some of the freshest and best musical talent from the local area to this important event on the festival calendar, via the ACC curated, family friendly Inbetweeners stage.
ACC alumni that have played on the Inbetweeners stage in the past include Ed Sheeran, Beth McCarthy and Let’s Eat Grandma. Often, alumni go on to main stages at the festival with this year’s edition seeing Nilüfer Yanya, Lozeak and Nova Twins high up on the lineup.
On Tuesday 12th July from 12:00 until 15:00, Latitude acts from ACC Norwich will take to the stage at their centre on Magdalen Street for a free ‘First Look Latitude’ event and the local Norwich community is invited to attend – including your Year 10 and Year 11 pupils! Go along, show these bright, new local artists some support and celebrate grassroots musical talent!
There’s also free food and advice sessions for young musicians!
Artists on the First Look Latitude lineup include Millie Barrett, Kyle Adams (The Marijanovic), Afraid of Ghosts and Sebbuku.
First Look Latitude is one of a number of opportunities throughout the year to see future headliners before anyone else. Music fans are encouraged to follow ACC Norwich on Instagram @accesscreativecollegenorwich or visit accesscreative.ac.uk for event listings and to keep up to date on the amazing talent that pass through their doors.