The Duke Spirit, NZCA Lines, Inheaven, Metronomy (DJ Set), Petite Noir, The Invisible, Mystery Jets (DJ Set), and Oscar are among the acts added to the bill for the 10th Field Day in Victoria Park which happens on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th June 2016.
Confirmed across both days appearing on the Jagerhaus Stage the new additions also include Saltwater Sun, Stevie Parker, Telegram, 37 Adventures DJs, Birdskulls, Get Inuit, Cabbage, Fews, Georgia, Happy Meal Ltd., Jamie Isaac, and Killing Moon DJs.
Field Day and Central Saint Martins will also collaborate at the festival this year. Central Saint Martins will be running a number of different projects on site and students are getting involved behind the scenes too. Central Saint Martins will be partnering with the Shacklewell Arms stage, volunteering with Shelter and showcasing students' work in the Village Mentality area on Saturday and Sunday afternoon; look out for Metaphonica on Saturday lunchtime a mini art and music festival that has grown out of the Fine Art programme at CSM, it'll be a real treat.
Dr Rebekka Kill, Associate Dean for Student Experience at CSM said, "At the heart of this partnership is a genuine sense of shared values, especially in terms of creativity and a real commitment to developing the next generation of artists working in a whole range of media."
Opening night headliner James Blake and Sunday's bill topper P J Harvey, lead a line-up over the two days including John Grant, Thurston Moore Band, Goat, Four Tet, Champion, Coves, Danny L Harle, Dilly Dally, Fakear, Fickle Friends, Air, Adam Green, D.D Dumbo, Empress Of, Fat White Family, Kimmo Pohjonen Skin, Mind Enterprises, Mystery Jets, Steve Mason, The Temper Trap, Greco Roman Soundsystem, Loyle Carner, Nimmo, Rejjie Snow, Roots Manuva, Junior Boys, Ata Kak, Yeasayer, Sleaford Mods, Girl Band, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Mbongwana Star, Blossoms, and more.
To see who is playing when see the Field Day line-up page.
The early bird offer has ended, tickets are priced at £94 for the weekend, £54.50 Saturday, and £49.50 Sunday.
Booking fees must be added to these prices.
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