With less than two weeks to go until Field Day Festival’s homecoming at Victoria Park on Bank Holiday Sunday 29th August, organisers have announced a final swathe of artists as well as stage partners and arena lineups.
Stage partners have now been revealed including independent label Ninja Tune, acclaimed culture platform, Crack Magazine, as well as leading contemporary music broadcasters, BBC 6 Music.
Field Day’s Main Stage aka East Stage in association with Ninja Tune, will host Bicep for their first live performance in London for 18 months, providing a long-awaited opportunity to see them perform material from acclaimed new album, Isles. Further highlights include live sets from Floating Points and Ross From Friends, an unmissable back-to-back from George Fitzgerald and DJ Seinfeld and a set from recently announced Hot Chip Megamix.
The West Stage plays host to a live set from Overmono, plus DJ Sets from The Blessed Madonna, Mall Grab, Artwork, Gabriella Kwarteng, Mr Jukes & Barney Artist and one of 2021’s most hotly tipped talents, Yung Singh.
In partnership with Crack Magazine, the North Stage will feature sets from renowned selector Donna Leake, unstoppable producer, India Jordan, mysterious trio Adelphi Music Factory, Radio 1’s Jaguar, house duo, Prospa and a DJ set from Bonobo protégé, Poté.
BBC 6 Music hosts the X Stage with highlights DJ sets from Josey Rebelle, Floorplan, Mount Kimbie and Special Request.
Just announced today and completing the lineup for Field Day 2021, Elkka, Grainger, Jay Carder, Rosie Lowe (dj), Swoose, ELLES, Sahar, REES, Flip The Lid and Bearface make up the programmes on the BMW and Firestone Stages respectively.