Our groundbreaking new North London home, The Drumsheds features 10 acres of outdoor space and four gigantic interlinking warehouses. Just next to Ikea in Meridian Water, Enfield, N18 3BW, Field Day is just a few minutes walk from the new Meridian Water train station, which’ll be open in time for the festival and connects direct to Tottenham Hale, Liverpool Street and Stratford.
Open until 3am, this is the biggest music warehouse venue in the capital and will be putting on London’s loudest festival with state-of-the art production and sound quality. Expect a metropolitan festival experience like no other. With its immense scale and dynamic format, The Drumsheds will break the mould of traditional London venues,
bringing a truly unique new destination to the city and offering attendees an experience to rival Europe’s most revered music arenas, right on our doorstep. Developed in partnership with Enfield and Meridian Water, the UK’s largest regeneration project, a £6bn investment will transform the site into a thriving hub of creativity.
Located next to Tottenham Marshes, away from residential properties and shielded by tree lines, industrial buildings and the banks of Walthamstow reservoir, Field Day will be running until 3am, with our on-site Late Night parties which will be louder and with bigger production than ever before.
“The Drumsheds adds up to a more European approach to festivals, compared to the early curfews we’re used to here in the UK”
“A rarely seen combination in London of loud sound levels and a late-night license”.
“I’m delighted that the Drumsheds is the latest venue to open in our capital and proud that it shows Enfield’s commitment to delivering the Mayor’s 24-hour vision for London.”