For 2019, Field Day will move to a new location in Meridian Water, North London. Situated next to Tottenham Marshes at an old gas works, the new site is made up of an enormous ten-acre outdoor space with four interlinked warehouses, the largest of which will be the biggest warehouse venue for music in the city (7,500 cap).
The move will allow Field Day to go later than any other festival in London and present its biggest line-up to date. Pre-sale tickets go on sale 23 November 2018.
As London evolves and the city’s music culture changes, the experience of festival goers remains Field Day’s priority. The new location will give Field Day the platform to reinvent what a London festival is with never-before-seen staging and structures, state of the art production and the finest sound quality.
Field Day are working closely with Enfield Council, who are leading a 20-year regeneration of the Meridian Water area as they aim to create a true 24-hour neighbourhood – a new destination to enjoy nightlife, music, theatre, cinema and much more, all year round.
Field Day will be a short walk from the new Meridian Water station which will be open from May 2019, which will reach Liverpool Street in 24 minutes and Stratford in 17 minutes. It is also within walking distance from Tottenham Hale Station which is connected by the Victoria Line (24hr) and Lee Valley Rail. Clapton, Stoke Newington or Dalston are a 20-minute drive away.
Set to be Field Day’s most exciting edition ever, the first line-up announcement is coming soon. Pre-sale tickets go on sale 23rd November 2018.