Field Day Line-Up Revealed: Skepta, Jorja Smith, And Many More Acts Confirmed

Field Day

For the second year running, Field Day is on the move.

After spending ten years in Victoria Park, Field Day has become a bit nomadic in recent years. Displaced from its longtime home by the ten-day extravaganza that is All Points East, they decamped to Brockwell Park for 2018. Now on the move again, the festival will set up in Meridian Water – yep, we had to Google it too – for the weekend of June 8th & 9th, 2019. And they’ve just announced a cracking line-up!

Headlining the Friday is English rap legend, Skepta, in his only London festival appearance of the summer. Also taking to the stage on the 7th is modern soul collective Jungle; American rapper, Earl Sweatshirt; and a beautiful DJ set from Bonobo.

The Saturday will see another great day of acts, with a headline performance from English singer-songwriter Jorja Smith. Also on the line-up are Diplo, Pusha T, Todd Terje, Seth Troxler, and so much more. See the full line-up here.


They’ve gone a little off the beaten track for this one, have Field Day. Meridian Water is way up in Enfield, a stone’s throw inside the M25 and thus flirting with the definition of “actually being in London”. Still, there’s a good reason for Field Day’s trek north; the new site boasts a whopping ten acres of potential playground, which means the festival will be bigger than ever.

Field Day
Meridian Water may not be known to most of you (or us, cards on the table), but no neighbours = more noise.

Occupying the site of an old gas works, there’s a distinct industrial vibe to Field Day 2019. Four huge interlinked warehouses will be filled with thumping beats, including London’s biggest warehouse venue, with a capacity of 7500. The festival’s location in the midst of the Tottenham Marshes (and consequential lack of neighbours) and indoor spaces means that Field Day can run until 3am – later than any other London summer bash. Oh, and to top it all off, they’re bringing their biggest line-up ever.

Tickets start at £35 (+ booking fee) and you can purchase them here.

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