Ride to headline Field Day 2015

first act for two day event announced

published: Wed 19th Nov 2014

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Saturday 6th to Sunday 7th June 2015
Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets, Greater London, E9 7BT, England MAP
Sunday only available £38.50
daily capacity: 25000
last updated: Thu 18th Jun 2015

A reformed Ride will headline next summer's Field Day will be returning to its leafy green home in Victoria Park in June for an ninth year headlining the final day of the two day event.

The 90's shoegaze band formed in Oxford in 1988, split eight year later, and reformed briefly in 2001. Founder members include Mark Gardener, and Andy Bell bass guitarist of Oasis and guitarist in Beady Eye. They together with Laurence Colbert, and Steve Queralt are getting back together for live dates next year too.

Hosted by promoters Eat Your Own Ears, Bugged Out!, Bleed and Lanzarote, the over 18s only event will now be held on both Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th June 2015.

Ride will be headlining Field Day on Sunday 7th June 2015 which will be their fans' first chance to see them headline a festival in 20 years. They'll also be performing at Barrowland in Glasgow, Albert Hall in Manchester, and Roundhouse in London in May, as well shows in Amsterdam, Paris, Barcelona, Toronto, and New York.

Early bird tickets have sold out. A Sunday only ticket is priced at £38.50, and will go on sale on Friday 21st November, and we'll have links for you to buy them then.

Tickets for Saturday will be available for £49.50. Sunday and Joint Weekend tickets are priced at £78, and these will go on sale on Tuesday 25th November.

Booking fees must be added to these prices.



Saturday 6th to Sunday 7th June 2015
Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets, Greater London, E9 7BT, England MAP
Sunday only available £38.50
daily capacity: 25000
last updated: Thu 18th Jun 2015


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