The one-day festival was originally set to take place on Saturday, July 11 at The Drumsheds in north London, presenting an array of artists across the site’s three stages.
Today (May 20), organisers have issued a statement to confirm that the festival will now be held on Saturday, July 10 2021.
The 2020 line-up is being carried over to next year’s edition, with the exception of one artist who has been replaced by The Black Madonna. Also appearing are the likes of Bicep, Floating Points, Ross From Friends, Jungle and Mount Kimbie – you can see the full bill below.
To all Field Day attendees, after much consideration we have taken the difficult decision to postpone Field Day until Saturday July 10th 2021.
— Field Day (@fielddaylondon) May 20, 2020
“We have no choice but to take the difficult decision to postpone Field Day until Saturday July 10th 2021,” the statement from the organisers begins. “Although we were hoping for a different outcome it has become clear in recent weeks that we won’t be in a position to move forward.”
Organisers go on to say that all existing tickets will be automatically transferred to Field Day 2021. Ticketholders will receive further information via email “in the coming weeks”, while full refunds are also available until 5PM on June 4.
“We’d like to thank everyone for their patience during this difficult time,” the organisers’ statement continues. “We’re excited to use this extra time to plan and ensure our return to The Drumsheds next year is stronger than ever!”
The full Field Day 2021 line-up is as follows:
ADELPHI MUSIC FACTORY
FLOATING POINTS (LIVE)
FLOORPLAN (DJ SET)
GEORGE FITZGERALD (DJ SET) & DJ SEINFELD
JUNGLE (DJ SET)
MARIBOU STATE (DJ SET)
MOUNT KIMBIE (DJ SET)
ROSS FROM FRIENDS (LIVE)
THE BLACK MADONNA
TSHA & O’FLYNN