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Field Day 2019 reveals night acts and more at new venue


Death Grips, MC FLOHIO, Mahalia, Kojey Radical, Femi Kuti, Alfie Templeman and Homeshake have joined the Field Day 2019 line-up. They are among the second wave of acts for the two-day London festival which relocates to Meridian Water in Enfield this year on Friday, June 7th and Saturday, June 8th with a new, late-night concept.

Further acts added to the daytime festival John Talabot, Maya Jane Coles’ alias Nocturnal Sunshine, Jvck James, Roosevelt, Celeste and DJ Grainger. Modeselektor and George FitzGerald will get behind the decks for DJ Set as well as their already-announced live performances. They all joined the previously-revealed Bonobo, Earl Sweatshirt, Pusha-T, Sinkane, Diplo, Jungle, Octavian, The Black Madonna plus headliners Jorja Smith and Skepta.

From 10.30pm to 3am both days, there will be Field Day afterparties in a new venue dubbed the largest warehouse party space in London. Situated on the festival site, Leon Vynehall, Denis Sulta, HAAi, Mella Dee and Tiga will play at the former gasworks warehouse while Nocturnal Sunshine, Modeselektor and George FitzGerald will join following their daytime shows. Printworks London will be at the helm of the 7,500 capacity flagship space both nights.

In a first for London festivals, Boiler Room will be Field Day’s official broadcast partner, live streaming performances from their own stage.

Field Day tickets start at £40. Late Night tickets from £16.50. For details go to fielddayfestivals.com.

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