London’s Field Day offers amazing two day line-up for under £100

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Field Day has shifted from a one-day to two-day weekend format for the first time since its launch in 2007, with Metronomy headlining on Saturday 07 June before the Pixies top the bill on Sunday 08 June.

On Sunday, latest bookings The Horrors and Temples contribute to a possible psych revivalist theme, while Australian’s Pond have also been added to Sunday’s line-up, returning to Victoria Park after last playing Field Day in 2012.

Field Day has built a reputation as a  forward-thinking festival, hosted by some of London’s most ahead of the curve promoters: Eat Your Own Ears, Bugged Out!, Bleed and Lanzarote. Field Day is a festival that has become synonymous with imaginative and progressive bills with this years line-up including acts such as Blood Orange, Fat White Family and SBTRKT.

Since its inception the festival has sold out every year it has taken place!

Full Field Day 2014 Line Up Announced So Far

Metronomy headline Saturday, and Pixies will headline on Sunday

Also confirmed are The Horrors, Drenge, SBTRKT, Temples, Pond, Todd Terje, Erol Alkan B2B Daniel Avery, Jackmaster, Oneman, SOHN, Simian Mobile Disco, Blood Orange, Jagwar Ma, Fat White Family, Vessels, Tim Burgess, Teleman, Lunice, All We Are, Courtney Barnett, East India Youth, Huw Stephens, Gerd Janson, Sophie, Ghostpoet, Pawws, Charlotte OC, Barely Legal, Eclair FiFi, Moxie, Jaakko Eino Kalevi, Slackk, Samename, and Evian Christ.

Plus Daniel Avery, Danny Brown, Dusky, George Fitzgerald, Dixon b2b Ame, James Holden, Jessy Lanza, John Wizards, Jon Hopkins, Money, Omar Souleyman, Oneohtrix Point Never, Seun Kuti and Fela’s Egypt 80, Sky Ferreira, The Temper Trap, and Warpaint.

Plus many more acts are yet to be announced!

Field Day tickets are available now on

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