Field Day returns for a 11th edition 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 for one day this year on Saturday 3rd June 2017.
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.
Confirmed so far are Run The Jewels, second stage headliner Aphex Twin, and Flying Lotus, Nicolas Jaar, Death Grips, Slowdive, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Mura Masa, King Sunny Ade, Whitney, Aine Cahill, Fatima Yamaha, Flamingods, Forest Swords, Gaika, Haelos, Hunee, Imarhan, Job Jobse, Jon Hopkins (DJ Set), Julia Jacklin, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Kevin Morby, Lena Willikens, Marcel Dettmann, Methyl Ethel, Midland, Moderat, Moodymann, Nina Kraviz, Omar Souleyman, Silver Apples, and S U R V I V E.
For all the details announced so far please see the line-up page.
Tickets are priced currently at £64.50.
Over-18s only. Gates open 11.30am. There is no re-entry allowed.
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.
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.
The venue is accessible for wheelchair users, with accessible toilets on-site. No glass bottles, no alcohol. The event runs from 11.30am until 10.30pm.
The event will run from noon until 10.30pm.
More information will be here when available.
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