Acclaimed London festival Field Day announce the full lineup for their 2020 edition, returning to it’s new home at The Drumsheds on Saturday 11th July with the likes of Floating Points (live), Tale Of Us, Mount Kimbie (DJ), Floorplan (DJ), Josey Rebelle, Maribou State (DJ), Ross From Friends (live), Special Request and many more set to join BICEP (live) for the summer outing.
With electronic music taking precedence at Field Day 2020, a host of the industry’s finest are set to join Bicep at the colossal North London venue, with both established and rising talent being showcased.
Unmissable live performances will come from Floating Points, whose recent sell-out show at Printworks London to launch new album ‘Crush’ received unprecedented acclaim and was streamed with Resident Advisor. Maverick of low-fi Ross From Friends will deliver a hefty portion of fun-fuelled dancefloor moments to Field Day for his live set and brothers Truss and Tessela will showcase their collaborative project Overmono.
Complimenting the live music offering, an exceptional roster of DJs has also been confirmed with dancefloor-pounding sessions from Afterlife founders Tale Of Us, globetrotting duo Mount Kimbie, after an incredible year, including a headline set for Printworks’ sold-out spring season-opening party Maribou State make their Field Day debut, Robert Hood will play alongside his daughter Lyric as Floorplan, mistress of vibes, Paul Woolford, performing as Special Request will bring his infectious, acid-infused sound and high-octane energy to the programme, Josey Rebelle, Mall Grab, Artwork and an anticipated session from George FitzGerald and DJ Seinfeld all confirmed.
Adelphi Music Factory will also play, having burst onto the scene last year with warehouse anthem ‘Javelin‘. Master selector Donna Leake, up-and-coming Irish producer KETTAMA, BBC Music Introducing backed act Prospa, TSHA & O’Flynn, Jaguar, IMOGEN, India Jordan and Logic1000 also join the carefully curated lineup.
As Field Day refines its offering, the 2020 edition will take place across three stages of music, with the main stage moving into the cavernous warehouse. Lauded label Ninja Tune will host the Main Stage as part of their 30th anniversary celebrations, as The Drumsheds’ largest warehouse space, Unit 5, is once more transformed into a gargantuan ravers paradise with the highest quality of production and sound.
FACT Magazine host Field Day’s second stage, located in the more intimate 2,500 capacity Unit 9 warehouse space. With both warehouse stages running continuously until 3am, Field Day 2020 will be longer, louder and later than any other festival in London this summer.
A firm Field Day favourite, the BULLDOG Gin Yard is set to return for 2020. Having hosted stand-out sets from the likes of Todd Terje, Denis Sulta, Erol Alkan and DJ Seinfeld last year, festival-goers can expect another stellar lineup served up with plenty of ice-cold gin cocktails at the alfresco arena, which will run continuously until 11pm, making the most of the long summer days.
Whilst the full lineup for this year’s event has now been revealed, Field Day still have plenty of surprises to come including a special collaboration with Time Out London.
With 12 hours of uninterrupted dancefloor action at a groundbreaking location in the height of summer, Field day 2020 is an unmissable date in London’s party calendar this year.
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