And they announce their late night lineup hosted by Printworks
Elli Chappelhow

11:03 26th March 2019

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For the night owls and party animals amongst you, Field Day is the festival of your dreams - London’s latest running festival today (26 March) brings you their Late Night lineup, headed up by the legendary Mella Dee, and featuring a Modeselektor DJ set, Nocturnal Sunshine (aka Maya Jane Coles), George FitzGerald DJ set, Leon Vynehall and more to keep you going until 3am. 

This official, onsite after-party takes place in the largest warehouse space in London, and makes Field Day officially the latest running festival in London. At their new location in an old gas works, the new location for the festival comprises four giant interlinked warehouses, one of which is able to hold 7,500 people, making it the largest warehouse venue for music in London. Hosted by Printworks, the forerunner in the industrial clubbing scene at the moment, it’s set to be one hell of a party. 

Boiler Room also makes its London festival scene debut as Field Day’s official broadcast partner, where they will be live streaming performances from their own stage, as well as curating a lineup that boasts the most exciting acts in the underground electronic scene at the moment.

Field Day have also today announced their second wave of artists, including Kojey Radical, Mahalia, Death Grips, Flohio, Celeste and many more. The Enfield-based two-dayer festival starts on 7 June. Mahalia will bring her soulful, R’n’B vibes, Femi Kuti will bring an unmissable set blending funk, Afrobeat and soul, Death Grips will take the festival by storm with their experimental hip-hop sound, and former Mac Demarco guitarist-turned-indie pop favourite Homeshake will take to the stage to perform material from their new projects.

The newly announced names will join an incredibly eclectic, boundary-breaking mix of acts including Bonobo DJ Set, Earl Sweatshirt, Pusha-T, Sinkane, Diplo, Jungle, Octavian, The Black Madonna, headliners Jorja Smith and Skepta, and many, many more.

Tickets are on sale now, starting at £40, grab yours here

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