About Field Day London Festival

Field’s Day festival is now entering in it’s sixth year with the reputation of bringing world’s most pioneering artists to the Victoria Park of London. This festival was first organised by the famous artist of Eat Your Own Ears, Tom Baker. After which this festival has set the trend of outdoor music festivals in the capital of Great Britain, which is growing stronger and stronger with every passing festival. People who are above 18 years can enjoy the music of different bands and artists on this festival along with different beverages available from the on-site bars. Thus Field Day festival provides full entertainment to the Londoners at one spot throughout a single day.

Visit: Field Day London Festival Website


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    The first Field Day festival took place back on August 11, 2007, which makes this event just 5 years old. At that point in time more than fifty artists performed live in front of nearly 10,000 spectators, which were initially expected around 6,000. This over billing shows the demand and artists and band stands, who performed on four stages in the first Field Day festival. The list of artists included the 1990s, Alberta Cross, Andrew Weatherall, Absentee, Adem, Archie Bronson Outfit and much more.

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    Since its expansion after the first ever show back in 2007, the Field Day festival now has five stages on which different artists perform live in front of the audience. These stages are called Eat Your Own Ears Main Stage, Village Mentality Stage, Adventures in the Beetroot Field Stage, the Bloggers Delight Stage and the Bugged Out! Stage. In addition to this on-site bars will also be available to the spectators therefore people above 18 years of age are allowed only on this festival.

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    Important Dates:

    Summers – August (every year this event is announced before July).

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    The duration of Field Day London Festival is one day.

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    How to Contact:

    To gain information on event click here.

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    Buy Tickets:

    if you are looking to get tickets then click here.

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    Victoria Park, Grove Road, Bow, London E3 5SN, United Kingdom

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    How to get there:

    By Tube

    Mile End tube station will be the best option for the people, who are coming to Victoria Park by tube, as it can be found at a  distance of 1.0 mile from this park. By walk a person can get to Victoria park in about 21 minutes from Mile End tube station. All Patron should do is move in the west course on Mile End Road/A11 towards Burdett Road/Grove Road/A1205, from Mile End tube station. Then, turn right onto Grove Road/A1205 and at the roundabout take the second exit, to find the destination on the right side. View Map

    By Bus

    Old Ford, Old Ford Road St Stephens Rd (Stop SQ) is the nearest bus stop to Victoria Park, about 0.3 miles away and by walk people can cover this gap in 6 minutes. The bus numbers which a person can use to get to Victoria Park are 8 and N8.

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