This weekend, for the eighth year in a row, Field Day is returning to the South East and the whole 86 hectares of Victoria Park are going to be filled with the sights and sounds of a truly innovative festival line-up featuring a host of globally established performers and pioneering acts about to be discovered.
Each year, since its inception in 2007, the festival has been a sell-out. It has a knack of picking performers just as they are about to hit it big and this year they’ll be joined by the likes of the mighty Pixies, Metronomy, Jamie XX, Neneh Cherry, The Horrors, John Hopkins and many more in what will feel like the coolest village fete imaginable.
Be sure to catch a spell-binding performance from the Eno-influenced East India Youth, the darkly energetic psychedelia of Wytches, the ferociously ribald sounds of Fat White Family and experience the weird and wonderful sounds of Future Islands and the hauntingly melodic haze of Warpaint.
This is just one of the many festivals kicking off in England over the next few weeks and months. There’s the Isle of Wight Festival June12 – 15, Latitude July 17 – 20 in Suffolk, Wilderness August 7 – 10 in Oxfordshire, oh and a small country gathering in Somerset near some place called Glastonbury between June 27 – 29...
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