The Chemical Brothers and Kraftwerk will headline Field Day’s 15th anniversary festival next year.
The annual event at Victoria Park, which champions electronic dance music as part of All Points East, will bring together the two musical pioneers to co-headline the event on August 20, 2022.
Speaking about the line-up, Gareth Cooper, Field Day director said: “Off the back of a successful year last year, we’re delighted Field Day is returning to Victoria Park to celebrate its 15th edition. This year will be our biggest yet and we’re excited to welcome two of the most iconic acts in the history of electronic music to the festival, as well as a selection of the most groundbreaking artists in the industry.”
In the past Field Day has hosted artists across various genres including Aphex Twin, Skepta, Erykah Badu, Patti Smith, Jorja Smith, Bonobo, Loyle Carner, PJ Harvey, Bicep and Charlotte Gainsbourg.
The day festival was based in Victoria Park for 10 years, before moving to Brockwell Park in 2018, and a show at The Drumsheds in 2019, before returning to Victoria Park in East London for the 2021 return of the festival season following Covid-19.
Last year’s lineup featured Bicep, The Black Madonna, Floating Points, Adelphi Music Factory and more.
Field Day 2022 will take place as part of the APE Presents event series. Pre-sale tickets go on sale November 24, with general sale available from November 25 here.
The full All Points East 2022 lineup was also announced today, with Tame Impala, Gorillaz, and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds among headliners.
The east London festival will return for two weekends next year in Victoria Park for two days on the first weekend (August 19-20) and four days a week later (August 25-28).
Gorillaz will kick off the festival on Friday (19), taking to the stage after IDLES, Pusha T and Self Esteem. The Chemical Brothers and Kraftwerk top the bill at Field Day on Saturday (20), while Tame Impala and The National will perform the following Thursday (25) and Friday (26) respectively. Disclosure will take to the stage for the penultimate headline performance on Saturday (27), and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds will round up the festival Saturday (28).