Field Day 2019 Preview

This year, Field Day has moved to its new home in North London, The Drumfields. It features 10 acres of outdoor space and four gigantic interlinking warehouses just a few minute’s walk from the new Meridian Water train station.

Open until 3am, yes you read that right a festival in London going to 3am at the biggest music warehouse venue in London. Field Day have claimed they will be putting on London’s loudest festival with state-of-the art production and sound quality. As festival-goers we can expect a metropolitan festival experience like no other. With its immense scale and dynamic format, The Drumsheds will break the mould of traditional London venues, bringing a truly unique new destination to the city and offering festival-goers an experience to rival Europe’s most revered music arenas, but with the option of getting the tube or night bus home. Developed in partnership with Enfield and Meridian Water, the UK’s largest regeneration project, a £6bn investment will transform the site into a thriving hub of creativity – you’ve still got to pay for your Field Day ticket.

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Lined-up for Friday, man like Skepta headlines the main stage for the only London festival performance of his new album, Ignorance is Bliss. Have you heard it yet? If not, why no? It’s lit! Another big name, Bonobo takes over the Printworks stage with his critically acclaimed Outlier show. Crack host Berlin techno-duo Modeselektor live, and Erol Alkan delivers the goods for BULLDOG Gin Yard. After-hours, Maya Jones Coles presents Nocturnal Sunshine to close day 1.

Saturday at Field Day looks just as good as day 1 with Jorja Smith headlining the main stage with her debut London festival headline performance – big tings! The Black Madonna takes on the Printworks stage while Boiler Room welcomes Octavian, JPEGMAFIA and Flohio for their first London show. BULLDOG Gin Yard in association with Bugged Out! hosts Todd Terje and team before Mella Dee is joined by Denis Sulta, Tiga and HAAi to close off Field Day 2019 at the Late Night after party.

Check out the full Field Day 2019 line-up and stage times below:

If you are like us and you love food, then you’ll be pleased to know that all the fan favourites are at Field Day this year. Our favourite Anna Mae’s will be there with their incredible pots of mac n cheese. Whatever you fancy, you will probably be able to find something there for you…plenty of burger options like the Burger Boy, vegan options with Jake’s Vegan Steaks (you need to know about Jake whether you are vegan or not) and then you’ve got others like The Halloumi Guys, Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, Only Jerkin and many more options – you can check out the full list of options here.

If you want to get on the lagers, Field Day are offering much more than your average festival beer, Camden Town Brewery will be serving fresh Hells Lager and Pale Ale across the entire festival site, delivered straight from their brewery down the road. Beavertown & Friends Craft Beer House will provide an enviable selection of craft beers to see out the weekend curating a haven for all craft beer lovers with a celebration of Field Day’s Local Breweries including Redemption Brewery and Two Tribes. Also, for the gin lovers BULLDOG Gin will be on hand to ensure festival-goers are able quench their thirst with delicious tipples such as the infamous, clubland BULLDOG Gin Supersonic Gin & Tonic.

Make sure you download the official Field Day to make the most out of your weekend. Get to know artists, create your own schedule, orientate yourself and stay up to date with all the latest news at this year’s Field Day. You can download the app here on Apple and Android.


Tickets are still on sale so make sure you get yours now before they sell out. Friday tickets are available for £45 + bf, Saturday tickets are slightly more at £52.50 + bf or you can get weekend tickets for £87.50 + bf. Late Night admission is from 22:30 – 03:00 on both Friday and Saturday. You do have to attend with a Day ticket in order to gain entry to the Late Night (After Party). You can pick up a Late Night ticket for an extra £15. If you are feeling like a baller, then why not go VIP…there is a VIP area right by the Camden Town Brewery. All tickets can be purchased here.

It’s going to be our first time at Field Day which we’re very excited about, it sounds like it’s going to bang! We’re also going to be there with our pals over at STOA London shooting some fashion so make sure you are looking fly – you might just make the cut!

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