Music, Dance & Arts Festival - Latitude
Everyone was full of excitement as we walked in Henham Park where our festival experience started!
It was incredibly lively with so much to see. People were dressed in brightly coloured outfits. Different styles of music were blasting out from the speakers and everyone was buzzing.
We went to the Sunrise arena and began listening to some performances. A young singer called Naz. She was simply amazing. Her voice really drew in the crowd. We were dancing and singing with smiles on our faces!
We really were getting into the festival spirit! We ended our day at Obelisk arena with an R&B singer/ songwriter star, Solange Knowles. Being surrounded by people who loved music just as much as we did made our experience at Latitude so memorable.
On Day 2 we went to see a comedy show with Harry Hill and Bridget Christie. It was hilarious, we laughed out loud!
We enjoyed walking around the festival and look at the many varied stalls selling food, clothes and Latitude merchandise. We all went home with souvenirs to remember our festival experience.
The crowds started to liven up in the Obelisk arena, with cheers like you’ve never heard. The famous English singer/ songwriter, Jessie Ware was about to perform. Her soulful voice and poignant lyrics gave us goosebumps. As if that wasn’t enough, the headline act tonight were The Killers. The atmosphere was electrifying as the noise got louder, the lights got brighter and the crowd rocked out to this incredible band. Our hands were in the air as we jumped around to the live music.
We visited the amazing Africa Alive Zoo. We couldn’t believe how many different animals there were. A few of our favourites were the huge Buffalo, Antelope, Zebra's, Giraffes, and Lions.
In Great Yarmouth we went to the Merrivale Model Village. We saw so many miniature scenes of landscaped gardens, streams, waterfalls, railways, penny arcades, mini-golf course, fire stations and much more. Everyone absolutely loved seeing it and couldn’t believe the amount of detail that had gone into each scene.
We went to the East Anglia Transport Museum. Here you'll find the only working museum in the country where visitors can ride buses, trams as well as a narrow-gauge railway! We enjoyed a fascinating collection of historical public transport vehicles and displays. It was a real hands on experience getting to ride on an old vintage bus and one of the oldest trams.