Field Day have revealed a special documentary to celebrate its upcoming tenth anniversary. The short film features interviews with former guests such as Caribou, Four Tet, Sleaford Mods as well as Field Day founder Tom Baker, the film explores how the festival has shaped and grown as one of London’s most unmissable music events of the summer. This year the likes of Run The Jewel and Aphex Twin plus Slowdive, Nicholas Jaar, Flying Lotus and more will be playing.
You can watch 10 Years Of Field Day below:
Marcus Weedon, festival co-founder, comments: “As we enter our second decade, it’s truly amazing to see how far Field Day has come from a pub car park in Shoreditch and what it now means to Londoners and those visiting the capital. It wouldn’t be possible without the ongoing support of everyone we’ve ever worked with so thank you. We cannot wait to bring our 11th edition to Victoria Park this June with another year of diverse and groundbreaking talent both old and new.”
2017’s line up looks like this:
Aphex Twin / ABRA / Áine Cahill / Âme – live / Andy Schauf / Arab Strap / Beak> / Clams Casino / Death Grips / Dekmantel Soundsystem / Dr John Cooper Clarke / Flying Lotus / Fatima Yamaha – live / Flamingods / Forest Swords / Forth Wanderers / Gaika / Haelos / Hunee / Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids / Imarhan / Job Jobse / Joe Goddard (Live) / Jon Hopkins (DJ) / Julia Jacklin / Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith / Kevin Morby / King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard / King Sunny Ade / Kite Base / Lady Leshurr / Lena Willikens / Loyle Carner / Machinedrum / Manuela / Marc Riley / Marcel Dettmann / Methyl Ethel / Midland / Moderat / Moodymann / Mura Masa / Nicolas Jaar / Nina Kraviz / Omar Souleyman / overmono (Live) / PC Music presents Danny L Harle, A. G. Cook & Hannah Diamond / Phil Taggart / Pictish Trail / Run The Jewels / Rae Morris / S U R V I V E / Silver Apples / Sinkane / Slowdive / Thee Oh Sees / Tom Ravenscroft / Whitney
Field Day takes place in Victoria Park on 3rd June.