Latitude 2018: Will the World Cup be shown at Latitude?

PUBLISHED: 12:18 02 July 2018 | UPDATED: 18:11 10 July 2018

The last day of Latitude and the World Cup Final are on July 15. Picture: PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD

The last day of Latitude and the World Cup Final are on July 15. Picture: PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD


The World Cup Final will take place on the last day of Latitude we find out what preparations have been made.

Latitude Festival starts on Friday, July 13 and ends on World Cup Final day, Sunday, July 15.

Football fans will be pleased to know that they will still be able to watch the World Cup Final even if they are attending Latitude Festival.

A Latitude spokesperson said: “The World Cup final will be played on big screens in the Film and Music tent. If England get through it will be played on all big screens through the site.”

The three-day-festival is packed with things to do from music, theatre, comedy, kids zones, swimming and lots more.

Musical headliners are The Killers, Solange and alt-J. Comedy fans are also in for a treat, with the first-ever live edition of Q.I. as well as Harry Hill, Bridget Christie, Alan Davies, Dylan Moran and many more.

You can keep up with all our coverage of the festival by clicking here.


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