Following on from their debut year at Meridian Water’s juggernaut warehouse; The Drumsheds, Field Day is set to return next summer, shifting the date into the height of the season on Saturday 11th July. With a history spanning 14 years, Field Day are no strangers to throwing a huge event, having built on their offering of eclectic electronic music with each annual stint.
2020’s programme promises to celebrate the full spectrum of creative live performances and journey-filled DJ sets across three stages of music. Running later into the night than any other London festival, the main stage will pump out the best in underground dance music until 3am. The festival also boasts the loudest sound system of any of its peers in the capital – quite a statement.
Topping the bill for next year’s event finds Belfast’s beloved duo; Bicep performing their acclaimed live show. The pair have garnered an emphatic reception in recent years, with the launch of their self titled album becoming an instant hit in the underground scene. The likes of “Glue”, “Opal” and “Aura” have become staples in their sets, and iconic tracks which will no doubt will live on for years to come.
Speaking about the festival, Bicep said :
“Having debuted our live show back at Field Day 2016, we’re over the moon to be back headlining the 2020 edition of the festival at The Drumsheds next July”
Field Day’s cavernous newly opened venue is found within a former gasworks, and has become the latest venture for the team behind Printworks London – Broadwick Live. The Drumsheds comprises of four interlinked warehouses and 10 acres of outdoor space, making it the perfect spot for a party.
Tickets for Field Day start at just £35 and are on sale from Tuesday 10th December. To register, click here.