1990s and Foals set for new all-dayer

Field Day will take place in August

1990s and Foals set for new all-dayer
1990s and Foals are set to play a new one-day festval.

Field Day will take place in London’s Victoria Park on August 11.

Created by the team behind Adventures In The Beetroot Field and Homefires, Bat For Lashes and The Aliens are also set to play.

The line-up is:

1990s
Absentee
Adem
Andrew Weatherall
Archie Bronson Outfit
Battles
Bat For Lashes
Ben Fat Trucker
Boys Noize
Caribou
Electrelane
Erol Alkan
Fence Collective presents 3 Craws
Foals
Four Tet
Fridge
James Yorkston
Jo Jo De Freq
Metronomy
Pull Tiger Tail
The Aliens
The Earlies


Most acts are expected to be announced.

To check availability and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now.

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