We’ve teamed up with REVL to build a mobile-version of our line-up, including stage times. You’ll be able to plan exactly where you need to be before even stepping foot in Victoria Park 👏🏻 Download today + they’ll even notify you when the line-up is ready. Download it HERE
UNIQLO our Official Fashion Partner are hosting a one-off gig on the rooftop of their Oxford Street store on 1st June with Rae Morris and Field Day DJs! For your chance to come to this exclusive gig sign up HERE Join the Facebook event HERE
Bleep.com is thrilled to announce The Bandstand take over at Field Day London this June 3rd, for an afternoon of underground sounds that will span the outer reaches of grime, footwork, techno, jungle and house while remaining utterly endorsed to make you move. Presenting an all-star line up for Bleep’s first ever Field Day, we […]
Village Mentality returns to the Village Green and this year the 2017 games will be themed around the idea of doubles. With Field Day officially in double figures, it feels only right to explore ideas of dual identity and parallel realities, identi(kittens) to dopplegangers – from the relative safety of the games field. Revellers will be […]
We’ve teamed up with good people at Dead Oceans to offer you 10% off the awesome brand new Slowdive album! Go to slowdive.lnk.to/fieldday and enter FIELD10 in the Coupon Code box for a 10% discount on any format of the album (merch not included in the offer). This is definitely one of our albums of the year, […]
Check out our very special documentary-short film celebrating our 10th year anniversary! Featuring exclusive interviews with Caribou, Four Tet, Sleaford Mods as well as Field Day co-founder Tom Baker, the film explores how the festival has shaped and grown since it all began in 2007. Roll on June!
The House of St Barnabas is proud to present Festival Embassy, an evening of entertainment curated with Eat Your Own Ears, bringing the feel and atmosphere of London’s much loved Field Day London to the heart of Soho. On Saturday 6th May, London based promoters Eat Your Own Ears – creators of London’s Field Day […]