Field Day - Eclectic London Festival
One of London's most pioneering urban live music events, this festival is
one of the UK's most unique, combining a 'village fete' atmosphere with performances by a cutting-edge line-up of new and
established acts. Legendary electro group Metronomy are set to headline the event alongside world class acts like cult American
indie rock band Warpaint and decadent dance DJ Daniel Avery in 2014.
Grab your Field Day tickets now at StubHub UK or
risk missing out on this year's most pulse-raising festival.
Field Day Biography - Village Fete-Style Fun
one-day music event was first held in 2007 and now vies with other big festival events - including Glastonbury and Tomorrowland
- to become a firm fixture on every music fan's festival calendar. Held in East London at the gorgeous Victoria Park, the
festival originally took place over 24 hours but has now been lengthened to two days due to its ever increasing popularity.
Festival goers relish the quirky 'village fete' atmosphere and organisers have promised that it will retain the same intimate
vibe despite its growing size. As well as watching your favourite groups perform live across seven diverse stages, you can
also partake in festival games, including egg and spoon races and tug of war, or sample delicious locally sourced food from
one of the many food stalls nestled amongst the fairground rides.
Previous years have seen some of the best indie, pop,
dance and alternative rock acts headline the main stage including Franz Ferdinand, Mystery Jets and Mumford and Sons. The
critically acclaimed festival continues to grow each year, adding more new and exciting artists to the mix. In 2014, Metronomy
are expected to attract a colossal crowd alongside heralded performers like Sky Ferreira and Danny Brown. Purchase Field Day
tickets now at StubHub UK for your pass to this exciting live entertainment event.
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