This event has been and gone.
Field Day Festival is back in June 2016 at its home in Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets, London. Loosely based around the concept of an old English village fete, Field Day has a wonderful atmosphere.
When it comes to musical reputations, Field Day is right up there. This party has made a name for itself as somewhere you can catch the next big thing before they break into the mainstream cool. With everything from the most cutting edge names in dance and disco through to the new wave folk sound that’s never complete without a beard. This is something for everyone, done with a difference.
Expect the hip and happening crowd at Field Day festival, which has sold out every year since its launch – a true testament to its success. Unlike many other events you can take place in a sack race, a tug of war and other similar old school style events, which can be a great way to meet new faces and friends for the day!
Please visit fielddayfestivals.com for upcoming information.
** This event was rescheduled from June 4-5th.
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