Field Day 2018 WEEKEND TICKET

Fri Jun 1 2018 - Sat Jun 2 2018

1:00 PM

Brockwell Park

Norwood Road London SE24 9BJ

LAST ENTRY 7.30PM

Ages 17+

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Field Day is a 17+ event. 17 year olds must be accompanied by an adult (18+), with a maximum of four to every responsible adult.

Re-expanding to two days, Field Day has unveiled a line-up of boundary pushing artists for its debut in London’s iconic Brockwell Park this summer.

FULL LINE-UP (A-Z)

FRIDAY

Erykah Badu

Aaron L (Stamp The wax)

Beauty & The Beat

Brilliant Corners

Brownswood DJ's

Children of Zeus

Church Of Sound

Donna Leake

The Comet is Coming

Ezra Collective

Ghost Notes

Gilles Peterson

Hailu Mergia

Huw Stephens

IAMDDB

Jazz Re:Freshed

Jordan Rakei

Jeff Mills and Tony Allen

Lee Fields & The Expressions

Loyle Carner

Madlib

Mafalda

Mammal Hands

Masego

Matthew Halsall DJ Set (Gondwana Records)

Moses Boyd

Moses Sumney

Mr Jukes

NAO

Noble & Heath

Nubya Garcia

Obongjayar

Sons of Kemet

Sudan Archives

Total Refreshment Centre

Worldwide FM

Yazmin Lacey

Zara Macfarlane

 

SATURDAY

AJ Tracey

Avalon Emerson

Barely Legal DJ

Charlotte Gainsbourg

Cornelius (UK festival exclusive)

Daniel Avery

Daphni

DJ Boring

DJ Seinfeld

Earl Sweatshirt

Fever Ray (UK festival exclusive)

Floating Points (solo live)

Four Tet (live)

Gilles Peterson

HAAi

Helena Hauff

James Holden and the Animal Spirits

Jayda G

Jimothy Lacoste 

KURUPT FM

Lemmy Ashton

Moscoman

Mount Kimbie (live)

Nils Frahm

Objekt B2B Batu

Oumou Sangaré

Panda Bear

Princess Nokia

Ross From Friends

SASSY 009

Thundercat

Tom Ravenscroft

Tzusing

Willow

Young Marco

ZHU

Field Day offers a 2-for-1 scheme for disabled customers who require assistance when attending the event.

For full access information, including applications for a PA ticket, please visit http://fielddayfestivals.com/event-information/access-information/


Field Day 2018 WEEKEND TICKET

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  • Erykah Badu

    R&B

    Erykah Badu is undoubtedly one of the world’s most celebrated contemporary artists, and her headline performance on Friday 1st June in Brockwell Park will be an emotional foray into her soulful musical talent. The Grammy-winning soul singer is one of the most celebrated performers of the modern era since her seminal debut album Baduizm earned her legions of loyal fans, sold millions of copies - and in 2017 celebrated its 20th anniversary.

  • Aaron L

    Aaron L

    Ambient

  • Beauty & The Beat

    Beauty & The Beat

    Teen Pop

  • Brilliant Corners

    Brilliant Corners

    Indie Rock

  • Brownswood DJ's

    Brownswood DJ's

    Dance/Electronic

  • Children of Zeus

    Children of Zeus

    Soul

  • Church Of Sound

    Church Of Sound

    Pop

  • Donna Leake

    Donna Leake

    Pop

  • The Comet Is Coming

    The Comet Is Coming

    Alternative

    The Comet is Coming is the soundtrack to an imagined apocalypse.  In the aftermath of widespread sonic destruction what sounds remain? Who will lead the survivors to new sound worlds? Who will chart the new frontier?

    In a warehouse somewhere in London 2013 a meeting would take place between three musical cosmonauts. They would pool their energies to build a vessel powerful enough to transport any party into outer space.

    It is after the end of the world, the stage is a spacecraft, the mic is an accelerator, brace yourself for The Comet is Coming.

  • Ezra Collective

    Ezra Collective

    Jazz

    Synergy in motion, London five-piece Ezra Collective are proving themselves as a harmonious tour de force. Their sound nods respectfully to a classic jazz footprint, celebrating the originators whilst simultaneously carving a path solely their own. Ezra Collective marry the delicate technicalities of jazz musicianship with afrobeat and hip hop, tied together by a sound that’s unmistakably London. Their live show is one of dynamic union; the strength of their partnership shines in performances that are commanding yet sensitive, soulful and pertinently groove-laced. Following a joyous and stunningly cohesive show in May 2016, Boiler Room rightly labelled the group as “pioneering the new-wave of U.K. jazz”. As the genre enjoys a new lease of life that is gaining momentum across the country, Ezra Collective are adding their own fresh and imaginative face to a style that continues to be “as entertaining as it is educational” (Trench). In a year that saw them sell out legendary London venue Ronnie Scott’s not once but twice, 2017 also brought with it the release of their genre-bending second EP, Juan Pablo: The Philosopher. After Ezra Collective took the EP on a successful tour across the U.K and Europe and completely sold out of the vinyl, Juan Pablo: The Philosopher went on to win the accolade of Best Jazz Album at Gilles Peterson’s esteemed Worldwide Awards in January 2018. Ezra Collective is: Femi Koleoso - Drums TJ Koleoso - Bass Joe Armon Jones - Keys Dylan Jones - Trumpet James Mollison - Saxophone

  • Ghost-Note

    Ghost-Note

    Alternative

    Headed by Snarky Puppy’s multi-Grammy–winning percussion duo of Robert “Sput” Searight and Nate Werth, Ghost-Note is an explosion of sound. With an expansive roster of next-level musicians—representing members of Prince, Snoop Dogg, Erykah Badu, Herbie Hancock, Kendrick Lamar, Marcus Miller, Toto, Justin Timberlake, and more—the band is pushing funk music into the future, building on the uplifting, pioneering foundations laid out by the likes of James Brown and Sly & The Family Stone and infusing their fresh take with tastes of afrobeat, hip-hop, psychedelia, world folklore, and more. 
    With the release of 2018’s Swagism, Ghost-Note has made their mission clear. The album puts rhythm at the forefront, with irresistible, heavy-hitting beats underlying the group’s wild, rich music. Featuring numerous guest collaborators, including Kamasi Washington, Karl Denson, Bobby Sparks, Nigel Hall, Taz, and others, Swagism showcases the band’s stunning ability to meld and amplify sounds, ultimately adding to Ghost-Note’s sharp, complex collaborations. 
    Fearless, both in Swagism’s sonic depth and conscious social commentary, the band easily translates this adventurousness in a live setting. Ghost-Note’s live performances are bold and in your face, with the group offering up none of the tight-laced pretenses frequently associated with the band’s jazz roots. Focused on creating seductive danceable grooves and a contagious feel-good energy, each show is an opportunity to let loose and connect, for both fans and the musicians alike.
    After forming in 2015, Ghost-Note has already begun to take the world by storm. The group’s two studio albums—2018’s Swagism and 2015’s Fortified—have earned critical acclaim and popular success around the globe, with both albums hitting the #1 spot on the iTunes Jazz Charts. Furthermore, the ever-growing family of musicians has mounted successful headlining tours in the United States, Canada, and Japan and performed at high-profile international music festivals and events. 

  • Gilles Peterson

    Gilles Peterson

    Acid Jazz

  • Hailu Mergia

    Hailu Mergia

    Ethiopia

  • Huw Stephens

    Huw Stephens

    Pop

  • IAMDDB

    IAMDDB

    Urban Adult Contemporary

  • Jazz Re:Freshed

    Jazz Re:Freshed

    Jazz

  • Jordan Rakei

    Jordan Rakei

    Dance/Electronic

  • Jeff Mills and Tony Allen

    Jeff Mills and Tony Allen

    Dance/Electronic

  • Lee Fields & The Expressions

    Lee Fields & The Expressions

    Soul

  • Loyle Carner

    Loyle Carner

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • Madlib

    Madlib

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • Mafalda

    Mafalda

    Rock Steady

  • Mammal Hands

    Mammal Hands

    Jazz

  • Masego

    Masego

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • Matthew Halsall

    Matthew Halsall

    Jazz

  • Moses Boyd

    Moses Boyd

    Free Jazz

  • Moses Sumney

    Moses Sumney

    Pop

    Since emerging onto the scene in 2014, Moses Sumney has ridden a wave of word-of-mouth praise, hushed recordings, and dynamic live performances. It’s an organic, patient ascent all too rare in today’s fast-paced musical climate. In a voice both mellifluous and haunting, Sumney makes future music that transmogrifies classic tropes, like moon-colony choir reinterpretations of old jazz gems. His vocals narrate a personal journey through universal loneliness atop otherworldly compositional backdrops. 

     

    Following the self-release of his debut cassette EP, Mid-City Island, and 2015's 7", Seeds/Pleas, Sumney has performed around the world alongside forebears like David Byrne, Karen O, Sufjan Stevens, Solange, James Blake and more. With his 2016 Lamentations EP, The California and Ghana-raised troubadour widened the spectrum of his heretofore "bedroom" music, incorporating songs that feature more elaborate production and evocative songwriting. Now, in-between 3 years of stops at distinguished festivals across the globe and artistic collaborations, Sumney has readied his proper full-length debut album, an intimate concept record about lovelessness as a sonic dreamscape. His inspired ascent continues.

  • MR Jukes

    MR Jukes

    Funk

  • Nao

    Nao

    Soul

  • Noble & Heath

    Noble & Heath

    Soul

  • Nubya Garcia

    Nubya Garcia

    Jazz

  • Obongjayar

    Obongjayar

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • Sons of Kemet

    Sons of Kemet

    World Jazz

  • Sudan Archives

    Sudan Archives

    World

  • Total Refreshment Centre

    Total Refreshment Centre

    Dance/Electronic

  • Worldwide FM

    Worldwide FM

    Dance/Electronic

  • Yazmin Lacey

    Yazmin Lacey

    Soul

  • Zara Macfarlane

    Zara Macfarlane

    Jazz

  • AJ Tracey

    AJ Tracey

    British Rap

  • Avalon Emerson

    Avalon Emerson

    Dance/Electronic

  • Barely Legal DJ

    Barely Legal DJ

    Dance/Electronic

  • Charlotte Gainsbourg

    Charlotte Gainsbourg

    French Pop

  • Cornelius

    Pop

  • Daniel Avery

    Daniel Avery

    House

  • Daphni

    Daphni

    Dream Pop

  • DJ Boring

    DJ Boring

    Dance/Electronic

  • DJ Seinfeld

    DJ Seinfeld

    Dance/Electronic

  • Earl Sweatshirt

    Earl Sweatshirt

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  • Fever Ray

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    The decision to fall is harder than the fall itself

    It is a joy to meet you. I don’t know how to feel about that. But already my repetitions are beginning. Do I confuse itch and ache? Here’s this helpful quiz to discover which it is, dedicated to a global team of heartbroken self-diagnosers that stretches from the threadbare social democracies in the north to the liberated markets in the west. The object of the song is love and the subject of the song is loss, or object and subject are genetically alike. This is how it sounds, the excavated voice, the archaeological dig one thousand or eight years into the future, when the bodies preserved in this auditory mud have become exemplary of their time and can no longer hurt or help each other. Then I will know how to love you and be loved by you. 

    The song, the lover, is interested in objectifying itself, herself. The lover objectifies herself as music. The song is a prosthesis that extends like a limb into the gut and pulls out the half-digested heart, it’s kind of gothic and kind of a shame. I learn gratefully in music that the decision to fall is harder than the fall itself, the anticipation of falling; I’m embarrassed by gravity is what I mean by "I put on weight". The parent and the lover momentarily blurring, then some kind of travel sickness, and later I am home without...

  • Floating Points

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    Dance/Electronic

  • Four Tet

    Four Tet

    Experimental Electro

  • Gilles Peterson

    Gilles Peterson

    Acid Jazz

  • HAAi

    HAAi

    Dance/Electronic

  • Helena Hauff

    Helena Hauff

    Acid House

  • James Holden & The Animal Spirits

    James Holden & The Animal Spirits

    Dance/Electronic

  • Jayda G

    Jayda G

    Dance/Electronic

  • Jimothy Lacoste

    Jimothy Lacoste

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • Kurupt FM

    Kurupt FM

    Urban

  • Lemmy Ashton

    Lemmy Ashton

    House

  • Moscoman

    Moscoman

    Dance/Electronic

  • Mount Kimbie

    Mount Kimbie

    Dance

  • Nils Frahm

    Nils Frahm

    Ambient

    Nils Frahm is one of the most talked-about musicians of his generation, at the vanguard of a new wave of composers and performers forging new paths through experimenting with instrumentation and technology. Blending Classical composition with elements of Electronica, his music takes influence as much from the percussive rhythms of the Techno of his native Berlin as Ambient music, Post-Rock and Minimalism.

  • Objekt B2B Batu

    Objekt B2B Batu

    Dance/Electronic

  • Oumou Sangaré

    Oumou Sangaré

    World

  • Panda Bear

    Panda Bear

    Ambient Pop

    When Panda Bear met the Grim Reaper, they jammed. Noah Lennox, a.k.a. Panda Bear, a.k.a. one-fourth of the founding members of Animal Collective, has had a far-from-quiet few years since the release of his fourth solo record, 2011’s Tomboy. Since the breakout success of 2007’s universally-adored Person Pitch, each new Panda Bear release is a highly anticipated event, and with a high-profile Daft Punk collaboration later, that’s more the case than ever. But if the title of his fifth solo album as Panda Bear seems to portend certain doom, think again. Taking his inspiration from ‘70s dub duo albums like King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown and Augustus Pablo Meets Lee Perry & the Wailers Band, Panda Bear prefers to frame his latest work as less of a battle and more a collaboration. “I see it [as] more comic-booky, a little more lighthearted,” he says. “Like Alien Vs. Predator.”

     

    Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper finds our hero leaving the airy minimalism of Tomboy and unpacking his sonic toolbox again, rearranging the multitude of his disparate influences into the ever-morphing concoction he refers to as “the soup.” Old school hip-hop textures and production techniques meld with the intuitive, cyclical melodies he has become known for, for a sound that is at once dense and playful. The slithering beat of “Boys Latin” is topped with a campfire-ready chant that wouldn’t be out of place on an early Animal Collective record; on album centerpiece “Mr. Noah”, a pulsing swamp of buzzes and squeals blossoms into a rousing, immediately infectious chorus. “Tropic of Cancer” punctuates the album with a head-turning horn intro and an ethereal harp sample taken from, of all places, Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker Suite. He experiments with balladry even further on “Lonely Wanderer,” a dreamy piano haze laced with a foreboding synth growl. Noah has taken the effortless pop sensibilities he showed the world he was uniquely adept with last year’s Daft Punk collaboration, and gone back to the laboratory with them, twisting them into something darker and more tactile.

     

    It’s a layered, at times wholly unidentifiable soundscape, and so it may come as a surprise that Panda Bear utilized readymade sample packs throughout almost the entire record. “I got into the idea of taking something that felt kind of common — the opposite of unique — and trying to translate that into something that felt impossible,” he says. Breaking with his previous practice of largely creating each album in a fixed environment, Noah says the recording process was “really disparate, I was all over the place.” The textures for the album came together everywhere from El Paso, Texas, to a garage by the beach near his home in Lisbon, Portugal, where he has lived with his family since 2004. In a relationship that already proved fruitful on Tomboy, Panda Bear partnered again with Pete “Sonic Boom” Kember, this time in a more top-to-bottom production role. “He brings stuff to the table that I wouldn’t think of,” says Noah. “You not only go to [new] places, but you figure out things about yourself that you wouldn’t have otherwise.”

     

    Ultimately its dynamism, not death, Panda Bear is tackling. “Some of the songs address a big change, or a big transformation,” he says. “Meeting the Grim Reaper in that context I liked a whole lot.” Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper signifies a pivotal point for an artist who has proven he can continue to evolve while remaining at the top of his game. “It’s sort of marking change — not necessarily an absolute death, but the ending of something, and hopefully the beginning of something else.” 

     

    Over the last year, Panda Bear has been touring with what is his most developed live show yet, featuring eye-popping, candy-colored visuals by frequent Animal Collective collaborator Danny Perez, ever complimenting his vivid sonic palette. Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper comes to hyper-real life in this live context, melding the emotional melodicism of the album with the dizzyingly affective light and video show, creating a deeply connective fan experience. Panda Bear meets the Grim Reaper in these live shows, and we are all witness.

  • Princess Nokia

    Princess Nokia

    Pop

  • Ross From Friends

    Ross From Friends

    Dance/Electronic

  • Sassy 009

    Sassy 009

    House

    The young trio makes mystical, intimate and minimal music, that effortlessly floats between references of house, pop, techno and experimental as it came straight out of a Berlin nightclub basement. The Norwegian combine strange visuals with dark, danceable music creating an enthralling end product. They have been featured in The Fader who called ‘Pretty Baby’ a “throbbingly sweet dance track”.  

  • Thundercat

    Thundercat

    Funk

  • Tom Ravenscroft

    Tom Ravenscroft

    Alternative

  • Tzusing

    Tzusing

    Dance/Electronic

  • Willow

    Willow

    Electronic Pop

  • Young Marco

    Young Marco

    Dance/Electronic

  • ZHU

    ZHU

    House

Field Day 2018 WEEKEND TICKET

Fri Jun 1 2018 1:00 PM - Sat Jun 2 2018

Brockwell Park London
Field Day 2018 WEEKEND TICKET
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LAST ENTRY 7.30PM Ages 17+

Field Day is a 17+ event. 17 year olds must be accompanied by an adult (18+), with a maximum of four to every responsible adult.

Re-expanding to two days, Field Day has unveiled a line-up of boundary pushing artists for its debut in London’s iconic Brockwell Park this summer.

FULL LINE-UP (A-Z)

FRIDAY

Erykah Badu

Aaron L (Stamp The wax)

Beauty & The Beat

Brilliant Corners

Brownswood DJ's

Children of Zeus

Church Of Sound

Donna Leake

The Comet is Coming

Ezra Collective

Ghost Notes

Gilles Peterson

Hailu Mergia

Huw Stephens

IAMDDB

Jazz Re:Freshed

Jordan Rakei

Jeff Mills and Tony Allen

Lee Fields & The Expressions

Loyle Carner

Madlib

Mafalda

Mammal Hands

Masego

Matthew Halsall DJ Set (Gondwana Records)

Moses Boyd

Moses Sumney

Mr Jukes

NAO

Noble & Heath

Nubya Garcia

Obongjayar

Sons of Kemet

Sudan Archives

Total Refreshment Centre

Worldwide FM

Yazmin Lacey

Zara Macfarlane

 

SATURDAY

AJ Tracey

Avalon Emerson

Barely Legal DJ

Charlotte Gainsbourg

Cornelius (UK festival exclusive)

Daniel Avery

Daphni

DJ Boring

DJ Seinfeld

Earl Sweatshirt

Fever Ray (UK festival exclusive)

Floating Points (solo live)

Four Tet (live)

Gilles Peterson

HAAi

Helena Hauff

James Holden and the Animal Spirits

Jayda G

Jimothy Lacoste 

KURUPT FM

Lemmy Ashton

Moscoman

Mount Kimbie (live)

Nils Frahm

Objekt B2B Batu

Oumou Sangaré

Panda Bear

Princess Nokia

Ross From Friends

SASSY 009

Thundercat

Tom Ravenscroft

Tzusing

Willow

Young Marco

ZHU

Field Day offers a 2-for-1 scheme for disabled customers who require assistance when attending the event.

For full access information, including applications for a PA ticket, please visit http://fielddayfestivals.com/event-information/access-information/