Field Day is undergoing an “evolution” for 2019, apparently

The festival won't be returning to London's Brockwell Park next year.

Field Day is set to change location for 2019.

It’s the second time in two years the festival will be moving home, after relocating from London’s Victoria Park for 2018.

Held for a single year in Brockwell Park, a spokesperson has told NME it won’t be back there next year, claiming “2019 will mark an evolution of Field Day with more to be revealed soon.”

However, sister event Mighty Hoopla is said to be applying for a licence to return to Brockwell Park.

Green Party councillor Becca Thackray commented: “Field Day’s decision to hold the festival in a more suitable location is the right one, for them and for the people of Herne Hill.

“While I commend the organisers for their efforts to minimise the disruption to the area in May, it was always going to be impossible to simultaneously satisfy paying festival-goers and meet the needs of local residents.”

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