Flying Lotus is the latest name to be added to the line-up for Field Day 2017.
The festival, which takes place in London’s Victoria Park, will only run for one day next year as opposed to its usual two-day format. The revamped and condensed version of Field Day will take place on June 3 only in 2017.
Field Day have already announced that Aphex Twin will be playing a rare show at the festival, with his performance set to take place at a new stage called “The Barn”. Described by the festival as a “brand new, breathtaking indoor second main stage arena”, the setting is set to host mostly electronic acts during the day.
Flying Lotus – AKA LA producer Steven Ellison, who also makes music under the name Captain Murphy – is the second name to be announced for Field Day 2017, with the festival confirming the booking earlier today (December 5).
— Field Day (@fielddaylondon) December 5, 2016
More acts are set to be unveiled as part of the Field Day 2017 line-up tomorrow (December 6). Tickets are on sale now, and they can be found here.
Back in October, Flying Lotus premiered his new short film Royal in London. He had previously described the film as “an awkward love story that’s definitely not for the kiddies”.