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Field Day's new location in North London promises to allow the festival to go later than ever with their music and re-invent their stage design and structures to provide a heightened event experience. If you're looking for the best in hip-hop, grime and electronic music until late in the morning with banging food and an improved soundystem, then Field Day 2019 is the festival for you.
After spending 10 long years at Victoria Park, Field Day decided to move to Brockwell Park in 2018. However, they're moving once more to a "ground-breaking" new location in Meridian Water, Enfield. Their new home features 10 acres of outdoor space plus four connecting indoor warehouses - the largest the city has to offer. The festival has multiple tube stops nearby, both Meridian Water and Tottenham Hale are within a 10 minute walk away.
Day 1: The UK's biggest name in grime, Skepta, puts on a headline performance on the Friday. Odd Future alumn, Earl Sweatshirt stunned with his lo-fi sound on his critically acclaimed 2018 album "Some Rap Songs" - we can't wait to see his set list on the day. Bonobo, Kelly Lee Owens and Leon Vyenhall provide some intellectual electronic music on the day and Jungle promise to get the party started with their good vibes and uplifitng music.
Day 2: From the U.S.A we've got Diplo and Pusha-T flying in for the second day - two of the biggest names in their respective genres both sides of the Atlantic. Get ready for some dancing because The Black Madonna, Denis Sulta, HAAi and Seth Troxler are there providing the house and techno. Plus, Todd Terje is there!