Field Day Festival Present Their Most Stacked Lineup Yet For Their 15th Anniversary In 2022

Time for a daytime dance in *checks notes* a field!

2021 was something of a homecoming year for Field Day festival in more ways than one. For starters, as with every festival in 2020, they took an unplanned year off because of the pandemic; but when they returned they did so in glorious fashion, to their former home of Victoria Park.

After stints in Brockwell Park and Meridian Water, Field Day returned to the site alongside All Points East festival, and that’s about to stay the same for their 15th anniversary year in 2022. August 20, 2022 — save the date, and let’s take you through the details, shall we?

Field Day Festival 2022

Who is playing Field Day 2022?

Despite being a single-day event, Field Day always pulls out the stops with a killer and stacked lineup. 2022 is no different, with punters treated to sets from electronic pioneers The Chemical Brothers, German synth-pop legends Kraftwerk 3D, Daniel Avery, Floating Points, Emerald b2b Jossy Mitsu, HAAi and many more.

Who has just been announced for Field Day 2022?

Ah, yes. That is not all. Field Day kindly just added a bunch of new names to their 2022 bill, featuring the likes of Berlin-based dance icon Peggy Gou, French icon Folamour, Squarepusher, Carl Craig b2b Moodyman, and more. Check out the full lineup via the Field Day website.

Where is Field Day 2022?

The Blessed Madonna performing at Field Day Festival
The Blessed Madonna performing at Field Day Festival

Field Day takes place at Victoria Park. It’s a standalone day, sandwiched between a plethora of All Points East events on the same site.

When is Field Day 2022?

Saturday, August 20.

What are the stage times for Field Day 2022?

These have not been announced yet, but keep an eye on Field Day’s Instagram page and website for information.

Can I buy tickets for Field Day 2022?

Sure can. Tickets for Field Day are on sale here and are currently sitting on 5th release (£70 + £9 booking fee), so be sure to snap them up before they’re gone.