Travels With Ted

Latitude Festival 2018 in Pictures

As always Latitude Festival 2018 was beautifully photogenic.

Thursday Evening

It may seem odd but Thursday evening is my favourite time at Latitude Festival. There’s a palpable sense of excitement in the air. Latitude Festival 2018 was no different.

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Miss May climbing the umbrella poles.
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Umbrellas in front of the BBC Music Stage.
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Outside the Comedy Tent.
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Look at that sky!

Children’s Area

We spend a lot of time in the children’s area nowadays.

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Helter skelter, aka the round and round slide.
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We have a series of Ted as a butterfly pictures.
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This is Miss May as a dolphin. Obviously.
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Is there anything cuter than a 1 year old with a dinosaur tail and a big stick?

On the Bridge

The Writers’ Bridge is at the centre of the Latitude site and a favourite Instagram spot.

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May taking it all in.
Latitude Festival 2018
Double helter skelter. The projections on the fountain are always incredible. Also pictured, the moon and Venus.
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Ted was so proud of the crown he made.

Solas

Solas is one of our favourite places at Latitude Festival.

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The wonderful Solas at Latitude Festival 2018.
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Miss May and myself. She wore that hairband for approximately 10 seconds.
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Do you recognise the child with the tail?
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Solas at night. Our cameras did not do it justice.

Out and About at Latitude Festival 2018

A final few pictures from Latitude Festival 2018, out and about on the site.

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Father and son.
Latitude Festival 2018
Father and daughter.
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Dairy and soya free chocolate lolly. Win for my intolerant child.
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The famous Latitude Festival sheep.
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We also spent a lot of time at the bubble shop. The joy from the three year old was amazing.

There’s lots more festivals with kids content on this site. Check it out here. Visit the Latitude Festival website here (not an affiliate unfortunately).

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