The festival, which is moving location for the second consecutive year, will see a huge array of acts descend on North London’s Meridian Water across June 7 & 8. Tickets are on sale now and you can buy them here.
The two headliners lead an impressive line-up that also includes the likes of Earl Sweatshirt, Pusha T, Diplo and Todd Terje.
But fans also can expect a glimpse of the future with a set from Sound of 2019 winner Octavian, alongside neo soul pioneers Jungle.
Check out the line-up so far in full below.
FRIDAY (a to z)
Bonobo DJ set
George Fitzgerald (Live)
Kelly Lee Owens
Leon Vynehall (Live)
Lost Souls of Saturn
PLUS MANY MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED
SATURDAY (a to z)
The Black Madonna
Marie Davidson (Live)
Red Axes (Live)
Field Day’s move to North London comes after it previously upped sticks and moved from Victoria Park to take place in South London’s Brockwell Park in 2018.
The new location is situated on a former gas works next to Tottenham Marshes, and offers a ten-acre site comprised of four giant, interlinked warehouses, the largest of which boasts a capacity of 7500.
Describing the new line-up, Field Day’s co-founder Tom Baker said: “This really is a new and exciting chapter for Field Day, our new home is arguably one of the most dynamic sites in the country, with a line up that is typically eclectic and diverse as ever before. I’m thrilled about the return of Skepta who back in 2016 played to one of the biggest crowds we’ve ever had at Field Day, Saturday’s headliner the brilliant Jorja Smith will be truly sensational, Diplo’s sets are just absolute dance frenzied seamless brilliance, alongside rising artists Pip Blom, MorMor, Boy Azooga and the return of Deerhunter with an excellent new album…
“Working with purpose-built indoor venues with generous sound levels and early morning curfews is what London truly deserves.”
2018’s edition saw performances from the likes of Erykah Badu, AJ Tracey, Daniel Avery and Charlotte Gainsbourg.