Field Day Confirm Fifth Wave Of Acts
The ninth edition of Field Day will be held at Victoria Park, in the heart of East London on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th June 2015.
We are delighted to reveal the new line up additions that will be joining the likes of Caribou, FKA Twigs, Django Django, Run The Jewels, Hudson Mohawke, SOPHIE, Chet Faker and Nina Kraviz on the Field Day Saturday 6th June bill.
2014 Mercury nominees Jungle will be hosting their very own DJ bandstand at Field Day this year. They’ve hand-picked some of their favourite artists in order to curate an eclectic line up of fantastic DJ sets, which so far includes Jungle, Beaty Heart, Django Django, Oceaán, Shura, Tei Shi, XL DJs and more special guests still to be announced.
We are very excited to have partnered with the new music-discovery platform Tradiio for the Tradiio in association with The 405 stage, which will play host to the most successful new artists on the platform. First up are tropical polyrhythmic multi instrumentalist Tropics, London based Hip Hop artist Antix, as well as Cholombian, who will bring his coalition of striking cinematic soundscapes and hip-hop inspired beats to Victoria Park. Also confirmed for this stage are hazy R&B and industrial pop producer Luka, post art-rock band Yossarian, as well as dreamy newcomers Wild Echo.
We’ve teamed up with our Saturday headliner Caribou to bring you an exclusive video performing ‘Can’t Do Without You’ , filmed at his mesmerising sold out show at O2 Brixton Academy back in March.
New additions for Field Day Sunday 7th June:
Beach Baby/ Gengahr/ Inheaven/ Jacco Gardner
Leopold and his Fiction/ Matthew E. White/ Nimmo/ Yak
We are thrilled to announce more exciting additions to the Field Day Sunday 7th June line up.
Virginian soul maverick Matthew E White, who recently released his brilliant second album ‘Fresh Blood’ via Domino, will be performing alongside the likes of newly reformed seminal shoe-gazers RIDE, as well as the iconic Patti Smith & her band (performing her 1975 ground-breaking album Horses), Savages, Mac DeMarco, Gaz Coombes, Hookworms, Allah-Las, Viet Cong, DIIV, Eagulls and many more.
We are delighted to announce a brand new stage for Field Day Sunday. Confirmed for the Verity stage are the multi-instrumentalist Jacco Gardner with his sixties’ baroque pop and toy town psych, hazy indie four-piece Genghar, vintage rockers Leopold and His Fiction, London psych rock trio Yak, as well as the buzzy club-pop act Nimmo and apathetic alternative-pop four-piece Beach Baby.
Field Day takes place on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th June 2015 at Victoria Park in East London.
On Tuesday 12 May, Saturday, Sunday and Weekend ticket prices will increase. More info here.
Full list of confirmed acts for Field Day Saturday 6th June:
A. G. Cook/ Andrew Weatherall b2b Daniel Avery Antix/ Astronomyy/ Awesome Tapes From Africa
Bad Vibrations DJs/ Ben Klock b2b Marcel Dettmann
Bok Bok/ Caribou/ Cashmere Cat
Chet Faker/ Clarence Clarity/ Clark – live/ Danny L Harle
DJ Barely Legal/ Django Django/ Elijah & Skilliam/ FKA Twigs
Floating Points/ Formation/ Frau DJs/ Fryars/ Future Brown
Ghost Culture/ Hackney Colliery Band/ Hailu Mergia with Tony Buck & Mike Majkowski/ HONNE/ Hooton Tennis Club/ Hudson Mohawke – live
Huw Stephens/ i-D DJs/ Jack Garratt/ Jagaara/ Jen Long DJ/ John Talabot
Jungle – DJ/ Kindness/ Klaves/ LA Priest/ Lemmy Ashton
Leon Vynehall/ LUKA/ Madlib – DJ/ Matthew and Me
Max Tundra – DJ/ Mssingno/ Mumdance/ Nina Kraviz/ Owen Pallett
Phil Taggart/ Philip Selway/ Rae Morris/ Ratking/ ReviveHER
Run The Jewels – live/ SAOIRSE/ Shacklewell Arms DJs
Shanti Celeste/ Shura/ SOPHIE – live/ Spector/ Sylvan Esso/ TÃLÃ
Tei Shi/ Ten Walls – live/ Todd Terje & The Olsens
Tom Baker Soundsystem/ Tom Ravenscroft
Toumani & Sidiki Diabaté/ Tropics
Tune-Yards/ Volte-Face/ Yossarian/ Yung Gud