Field Day Festival is making its return to its long-term home in Victoria Park once again this year on August 24 for its 17th edition and has just announced its lineup.
Last year’s edition saw 50,000 electronic music fans assemble to see Aphex Twin deliver their set and pulled out all the stops despite being a single-day event. It was a highlight in London’s summer music festival calendar, and this year is no different.
Who is playing at Field Day 2024?
So who can you expect to see gracing Field Day’s stage? French electronic music duo Justice will be headlining the festival. This August will be the first time that Justice has played live in London since their last tour over six years ago and lines up nicely with the anticipated release of the duo’s new music. Alongside Justice, UK pop sensation PinkPantheress who has become a household name with her fun and playful productions featuring samples from cult UK genres – garage, alt-pop and bedroom garage has also been announced, and Belgian DJ and techno phenomenon Charlotte DeWitte who is a firm favourite in London.
Punters will also be treated to artists including 2manydjs, Bambii, Brutalismus 3000, Club Shy presented by Shygirl, George Riley, HorsegirrL, Hudson Mohawke, Tiga, I.Jordan Live, John Glacier, Mura Masa, Romy, Sega Bodega, Skin on Skin, KETTAMA, Vegyn, Yaeji, and Yves Tumor for a whole day packed with some of the best electronic music from around the world.
When are tickets on sale?
Pre-sale goes live at 11am on February 1, with general sale tickets going live at 11am on February 2. Early bird tickets start from £50.
Field Day takes place at Victoria Park. It’s a standalone day, sandwiched between a plethora of All Points East events on the same site. Stage times are yet to be announced but keep an eye on Field Day’s Instagram and website for information.