Field Day 2014

Saturday 7th to Sunday 8th June 2014
Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets, Greater London, E9 7BT, England MAP
£80 for weekend
daily capacity: 25000
last updated: Mon 2nd Jun 2014

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Field Day is now a two day summer event bringing together many of London's alternative concert and club promoters (Eat Your Own Ears, Bugged Out!, Bleed, Lanzarote) to produce a day of music, dancing and maximum hoopla set in London's heartland at Victoria Park on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th June 2014. Music is the main driver but it also aims to have the charm of a village fete. There's multiple music stages and fete activities with a twist.

Line-up

Saturday's line-up, headlined by Metronomy, with Thurston Moore, All We Are, Arthur Beatrice, Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks, Bake, Blood Orange, Charlotte OC, Courtney Barnett, Danny Brown, DJ Barely Legal, Dusky, East India Youth, Éclair FiFi, Erol Alkan b2b Daniel Avery, Evian Christ (DJ), Eyedress, Fat White Family, FunkinEven (live), George Fitzgerald, Gerd Janson, Ghostpoet, Huw Stephen, Innervisions: Dixon b2b Ame, Jaakko Eino Kalevi, Jackmaster & Oneman present Can U Dance, Jagwar Ma, James Holden (live), Jamie Isaac, Jamie xx, Jen Long DJ, Jessy Lanza, John Wizards, Jon Hopkins, Lunice, Marc Riley DJ, Money, Moxie, Neneh Cherry & RocketNumberNine, Omar Souleyman, Oneohtrix Point Never, Only Real, Pawws, Phil Taggart DJ, ReviveHER, Ryan Hemsworth, SBTRKT, Sky Ferreira, Seun Kuti & Fela's Egypt 80, Slackk b2b Samename, Simian Mobile Disco (exclusive new live show), SOHN, Sophie, Teleman, Tim Burgess (DJ), Todd Terje (live), Tourist, Vessel, Warpaint, and more.

Sunday is topped by Pixies, plus Future Islands, Wytches, Lovepark, The Horrors, Temples, POND, Drenge, Telegram, Childhood, The Bohicas, Shy Nature, and more.

For the line-up details, day and stage splits, as available please click here.

Tickets

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The early bird offer has ended. A Saturday only ticket is priced at £50. Sunday tickets are priced at £43. Sunday and Joint Weekend tickets are priced at £80. Booking fees are included in these prices.

Village green

Field Day will be providing ample entertainment for those looking for respite from the music in the Village Mentality area on The Village Green. Expect traditional side stalls inspired by country pastimes and weird and wonderful fete games. This year it will run on both days. BE PREPARED is the motto for 2014 with gamesing hark back to childhood memories with the theme of Girl Guides and Boy Scouts, Brownies and Cubs. Games include: Competitive knot tying, three legged racing, dib dab dobbing, pillow fighting, tug of warring, all for great prizes with bells and whistles thrown in.

Firled Day this year partner up with Tate Britain and Etsy, who will be running drop-in workshops on Saturday to celebrate Tate Britain's latest exhibition, British Folk Art.

Getting there

Attendees are advised to use public transport as there are no parking facilities.

The nearest Tube stations to Victoria Park are: Mile End (District and Central lines), Bow Road (District Line), Stratford (Jubilee Line), Bow Church (DLR) and Bethnal Green (Central line).

The nearest Overground rail stations to Victoria Park are: Hackney Wick (East London line), Cambridge Heath (National Rail) and Bethnal Green (National Rail).

Bus Routes: 8, 277, 309, 339, 388, D3, D6, S2 all pass close to the park.

Site info

The venue is accessible for wheelchair users, with accessible toilets on-site. No glass bottles, no alcohol. The event runs from 11am until 10.30pm.

Opening times

The event will run from noon until 10.30pm.

More information will be here when available.



Saturday 7th to Sunday 8th June 2014
Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets, Greater London, E9 7BT, England MAP
£80 for weekend
daily capacity: 25000
last updated: Mon 2nd Jun 2014


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