Horrors, Coral, Wild Beasts for London's Field Day festival

Gruff Rhys, John Cale, Willy Mason will also play August bash

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The Horrors, The Coral, John Cale and Wild Beasts are among the acts confirmed for this year's Field Day festival.

The one-day event takes place on August 6 at London's Victoria Park.

Gruff Rhys, Tortoise, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti and Willy Mason are also on the bill, as are Electrelane, who are returning to live action this summer after three years away.

See Fielddayfestivals.com for more information.

The Field Day line-up so far is:

Actress
Ariels Pink’s Haunted Graffiti
Cocknbullkid
Ducktails
Electrelane
Factory Floor
Gruff Rhys
Hype Williams
Jamie Woon
John Cale
Konono No1
Mark Kozelek
Matthew Dear
Mount Kimbie
Omar Souleyman
Oneohtrix Point Never
Pearson Sound
Roska
Sun Ra Arkestra
The Coral
The Horrors
Tortoise
Trophy Wife
Twin Shadow
Wild Beasts
Willy Mason


To check the availability of Field Day tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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