Festival heads to Brockwell Park in South London in June, with Four Tet, Fever Ray, Thundercat and a UK exclusive performance from Erykah Badu
Field Day is to move to Brockwell Park in South London for 2018, with Four Tet, Fever Ray, Thundercat and Erykah Badu among the acts confirmed to play. Tickets for the festival are on sale now.
After a successful stint at Victoria Park, the much loved event has found a new home south of the Thames for 2018. Festival co-founder Tom Baker said of the new location: 'I'm excited about our move south to Brixton and having the historic Brockwell Park as our new home.
'As lots of Londoners know, moving on can be a wrench but is also just a part of life in this amazing city, and we know there's so much musical history to build on in our new place.'
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To celebrate the move, Field Day has announced an impressive lineup for acts for this year's festival, which takes place on the weekend of Fri 1 and Sat 2 Jun.
Local boy Loyle Carner will take to the stage in Brixton, with Mr Jukes (the new project of Bombay Bicycle Club's Jack Steadman), James Holden & The Animal Spirits and the ultra-talented Odd Future rapper Earl Sweatshirt playing too.
With Justice, PinkPantheress, Charlotte de Witte, 2manydjs, Bambii, Brutalismus 3000, George Riley, horsegiirL, I. Jordan, John Glacier, Mura Masa, Romy, Sega Bodega, Shygirl, Skin on Skin & KETTAMA, Tiga & Hudson Mohawke, Vegyn, Yaeji and Yves Tumor & More.