Acclaimed production duo, Bicep, will headline London’s Field Day with an exclusive live set, as the festival announces its return to The Drumsheds on Saturday 11th July 2020.
With sell-out shows across two nights at Brixton Academy and three at Printworks London, Bicep are truly at the top of their game. From humble beginnings as crate-digging bloggers, the Belfast pair have garnered international acclaim for impeccable dancefloor sessions and original productions, with their 2017 self-titled debut album hailed by many as a modern-day classic. Their headline live set at Field Day will be their only festival performance in London next summer.
“Having debuted our live show back at Field Day 2016, we’re over the moon to be back headlining the 2020 edition of the festival at The Drumsheds next July” – Bicep
The evolution of Field Day continues through to 2020, settling into its second year in its new home at The Drumsheds. Expanding their offering of electronic music, which perfectly complimented its new warehouse venue at Field Day 2019. Next years programme will celebrate the full spectrum with both live and DJ performances across three stages of music, running louder and later with indoor stages, including the main stage, continuing until 3 am – a unique and unrivalled prospect for London festivals.
Going into its 14th year, Field Day 2020 refines its offering for a more intimate experience with three stages of music across one day at the peak of summer on Saturday 11th July.
Located at Meridian Water, Enfield, The Drumsheds is a cavernous new venue housed inside a former gasworks and the newest venture from Broadwick Live – the team behind Printworks London. Comprising of four interlinked warehouses and 10 acres of outdoor space. The immense scale and dynamic format, breaks the mould of traditional London venues, bringing a truly unique new destination to the city and offering attendees an experience to rival Europe’s most revered music arenas, right on our doorstep.
Tickets for Field Day 2020 start at just £35 for the full festival from day to night, offering 12 hours of uninterrupted dancefloor action at a stunning, industrial location.
Presale tickets start at £35 and will be available on Monday 9th December and general sale from Tuesday 10th December. To register for access to presale tickets visit: https://fielddayfestivals.com
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