Moving to a new location in 2018, Field Day is all about embracing summer vibes, creating a sense of community and dancing until late.It’s the best festival for discovering new and upcoming acts with two main stages to move between over two days.
Field Day is one of London's leading festivals, held at the beginning of every June. It began life in Victoria Park in East London but will this year be making the journey south of the river for the first time to Brockwell Park near Brixton. Field Day is a two-day affair this year, 1st-2nd June, and features some of the coolest names in music, alongside incredible food from Venn Street Market and Street Feast, and a very special IPA courtesy of Five Points Brewing Company.
Field Day is in a word casual. It's got a come as you are vibe that we love. It's not about dressing to impress, it's dressing to feel good - and that's what music is all about.
Every year Field Day prides itself on an eclectic line up that offers something for everyone, whether it be techno, jazz, indie, rap, and anything in between.
Artists performing this year include jazz queen Erykah Badu, south London local boy Loyle Carner, electro-pop goddess Fever Ray, Earl Sweatshirt, Charlotte Gainsbourg and many more.
The amazing street food - Five Points brewery makes their own Field Day Beer. Also, our diverse line up, which always includes some special UK exclusives.
It's the UK so who knows what could happen - here's a prediction for this year's event. It's worth noting rain ready gear is a must when it comes to UK festivals, whatever the forecast says.
There’s no camping available, so find a hotel nearby to head back to once the night is over. The venue is in the borough of Lambeth so there are plenty of places to rest your head. Here are a few to check out:
There’s a huge choice when it comes to grabbing a bite at Field Day - including:
Village Mentality has always been the theme - Field Day is all about creating a community of music lovers who can come together to have fun. Look out for:
The infamous Field Day eating contest will take place again this year. The food is still TBC so be prepared for anything.
Join a team and take part in the watermelon relay race or a blindfolded three-legged race.
You can have your cake - and eat it - this year. The organisers are thinking of having you make a Brixton Windmill cake design on the day that you can scoff afterwards.
Get the tube to Brixton Tube Station, then walk 12 minutes to the festival. You can also get the tube to Clapham North, which is a 22 minute walk to the festival.
Nearby buses include: 2, 3, 27, 68, 196, 201, 322, 415, 432 and 468.
There are a huge number of airports around London to fly to. Heathrow airport connects directly to the London Underground, making it one of the easiest for accessing central London.
Anything goes at Field Day - it's all about being creative and a free spirit when it comes to fashion. Here’s what to throw in your rucksack.
Embrace those boho vibes with a flowy maxi dress that you can wear all day. Looks great with a leather jacket and sunnies when the sun goes in.
Pray for sun and get those legs out. Cargo shorts also mean you don't need to worry about a bag with all those pockets to hand.
A plain top is the best choice - it works with everything and should keep you cool after a day of dancing.
We’ve got more style inspo here via our Five Things Your Festival Suitcase Needs blog post. Didn't get tickets for Field Day? We've also got a round up of festivals you can still get tickets for in 2018.