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PREVIEW: FIELD DAY FESTIVAL 2023


This Saturday, Field Day is set for a historic homecoming at Victoria Park, with headliners Aphex Twin and Bonobo.


Aphex Twin previously played at the festival in 2017, making this return 6 years later even more anticipated. Thousands of festival goers are surely itching at the thought of a spine-tingling, and genre defying set from the idiosyncratic DJ. Equally, we’re holding out hope for a Bonobo setlist packed with two decades worth of electronica and downtempo gems.


The full line up boasts even more eccentric art to sweeten the deal. Unveiled as part of the Luno presents APE programme, the East London festival will platform some of the most celebrated acts from the world of electronic music, including the likes of SBTRKT, Sudan Archives, Jon Hopkins, and Arca.


Field Day was founded in 2007 and has since gathered a huge following due to the persistent talent associated with the name. Last year, it was headlined by the legendary Kraftwerk and The Chemical Brothers.


This year we cannot wait any longer to be in the sun listening to sensual soundscapes from the extraordinary Kelela, orwitnessing the spellbinding charm of Sudan Archives after her stellar album last year, ‘Natural Brown Prom Queen’.


Following SBTRKT’s fantastic comeback record this year, he’s sure to put in even more work behind the decks, much like Mount Kimbie’s Kai Campos, who is unquestionably going to drop some mind melting standouts in his solo set.

Doors open at 2pm, or 1pm for ‘primary entry’ or VIP tickets. The festival will draw to a close after Aphex Twin’s 90-minute set concludes at 11pm.


It’s guaranteed to be one of the best day festivals this year, with five stages of unmissable acclaimed talent.


Tickets are still available here, make sure you don’t miss out.

 

 

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