Field Day London 2014 announcement next week

09:56 15 January 2014

LEFT TO RIGHT:  Black Francis, Kim Shattuck, David Lovering, Joey Santiago

LEFT TO RIGHT: Black Francis, Kim Shattuck, David Lovering, Joey Santiago


A “slew of exciting acts” are set to be announced for Field Day London 2014 next week.

Organisers have already confirmed indie legends The Pixies, larger than life rapper Danny Brown, electronic act Metronomy, and all-girl indie group Warpaint.

A spokesman for the two-day festival said: “We’re very excited here at Field Day HQ to let you all know that the next Field Day line up announcement is coming next week.

“That’s right - on Tuesday 21 January we’ll be telling you about a whole slew of exciting acts that have been added to the bill.”

The Victoria Park showcase will host the acts on Saturday June 7, and Sunday June 8.

Early bird tickets are still available, but only for a limited time.

Get them here.


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