Field Day is an annual music festival held in Victoria Park, London.
Founded by Eat Your Own Ears’ Tom Baker and Marcus Weedon, the festival’s style is to combine a diverse selection of brilliant music with a big village fete, including tug of wars, egg and spoons races, and sack races.
Originally the festival began as a one-day event in August, over the years it has moved date and grown to two days, with performances from the likes of Caribou, Patti Smith, tUnE-yArDs, PJ Harvey, James Blake, Skepta, Aphex Twin and John Grant.
In 2018, the festival relocated from East London’s Victoria Park to South London’s Brockwell Park, and expanded into a two date event featuring Erykah Badu, Thundercat and Fever Ray.
London's Field Day has yet another a new home for 2019 - the festival will now be staged across four warehouses and a 10-acre outdoor space at Meridian Water in Enfield on June 7 and 8. Acts include Skepta, Jorja Smith, Diplo, Jungle, Pusha T, Octavian and more. Catch them live by checking out the festival dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.