Field Day is returning to Victoria Park this year, with Bicep, Floating Points and more

It'll return to its original home as part of the APE Presents series.

Field Day is returning to Victoria Park this year, as part of the APE Presents series.

Originally held in the East London park, the festival will mark its homecoming on Sunday 29th August, with a line up that includes the likes of Bicep, Floating Points and Mount Kimbie.

Elsewhere on the line-up there’s Ross From Friends, Overmono, The Blessed Madonna, George Fitzgerald, Jungle and loads more.

It’s the second of the All Points East and APE Presents events to be announced, following a Saturday featuring the likes of Jamie xx and Kano revealed earlier this week.

Field Day Co-Owner, Gareth Cooper said “We couldn’t be more excited to be bringing Field Day back to its spiritual home of Victoria Park, where it all started 14 years ago. We are going to deliver the best day out of the summer, in one of London’s best parks, with an amazing crowd, a top top music lineup led from the front by the brilliant Bicep. It’s gonna be ace. We cannot wait to partner up with APE on presenting this show and provide some hope and excitement to finish off what’s been an awful 12 months. The future starts today!”

Jim King, CEO of European Festivals at AEG Presents adds “Field Day have been friends of ours for many years and coming together and working with them on APE Present Field Day stands for everything good that is emerging from these challenging times. We respect what they do and we align so closely with what they stand for and so it’s a great feeling to be able to welcome them back to Victoria Park where they delivered so many amazing shows. They have a great line up headlined by the incredible Bicep and the larger capacity that APE offers means more fans will be able to see Field Day deliver what they do so well.”

You can check out the full line-up in the poster below.

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