Field Day 2016

  • -- Sunday -- Eat Your Own Ears - PJ Harvey Georgie Rogers The Thurston Moore Band Bad Vibrations DJ set Brian Jonestown Massacre Georgie Rogers John Grant Adam Green Parquet Courts Doug Hream Blunt Moth SUNDAY - Bad Sounds London in Stereo DJ's Tangerines French Disko Johnny Lloyd Clean DJ's Molly Nilsson DJ Milky DD Dumbo Fat Possum DJ Set Ben Watt Band ft Bernard Butler Waiting Room DJ's Declan Mckenna Night Terrors Moon Duo Return of the Rural (SUNDAY) - The Avalanches Air The Temper Trap MYSTYRYS Arthur Beatrice Steve Mason Mystery Jets Snap Crackle & Pop Sunday - Harry James Kiwi Moxie Daphni Psychemagik Optimo Verity - Mbongwana Star Junior Boys Shearwater Tourist Empress Of Mind Enterprises Kimmo Pohjonen Skin Kero Kero Bonito Shacklewell Arms - Art is Hard DJ's Baba Naga Royce Wood Jnr DJ Formation Cannibal Hymns DJ's Cass McCombs Baba Yaga's Hut Fat White Family End of the Road DJ's Blossoms Bad Vibrations Goat Line of Best Fit DJ's Beach House On Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th June 2016, Field Day celebrates its triumphant 10th year as London's premium purveyor of all things musically magnificent, legendary and aspiring, in London's award winning Victoria Park. From its early inception back in 2007, Field Day has evolved across two days, heightened its levels of production, expanded its culinary and extra-curricular activities, yet always remained true to its core values - impeccably curated music at the heart of everything it does is. Continuing this ethos Field Day are honoured to announce PJ Harvey for a London exclusive in 2016 on Sunday the 12th June. Since her first album Dry - a record Kurt Cobain considered one of the 20 greatest albums ever written - PJ Harvey has received worldwide acclaim for her unique, restless artistic vision. The recipient of multiple awards, she is the only artist to have won the Mercury Music prize twice, first with the platinum selling Stories From The City: Stories From The Sea in 2000, then over a decade on with 2011's Let England Shake. 2015 has found PJ Harvey breaking more new ground, releasing her first volume of poetry and writing and recording her as-yet-untitled 9th studio album in front of live audiences inside an architectural installation at Somerset House. Awarded an MBE for services to music in 2013, her headline slot will be a Field Day exclusive and be the first UK live, full band show since she played at the Royal Albert Hall in 2011.
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