03.04.2013, Words by dummymag

The Field Day line-up just got better again

Just when you think it’s a done deal, Field Day go and tempt you with more new names – with the Victoria Park bash now undoubtedly set for its biggest year yet.

Of the twelve new acts joining the likes of How To Dress Well, Vondelpark and Mount Kimbie, Bok Bok and Girl Unit will represent Night Slugs with a live set, as well as an appearance from New Jersey garage legend Todd Edwards. Joining them are electronic/classical fusionists Clean Bandit – who we recently profiled in our Coming Up film series – and London mainstay Oneman.

Get more info on tickets and what not on the website, and in case you’ve lost track, check out how the line-up is shaping up below. Bring on 25th May.

New Additions:

Ben Pearce
Bok Bok & Girl Unit – live (Night Slugs)
Clean Bandit
Dollop DJs
Jen Long DJ
Jon Hillcock DJ
Lil Silva b2b Melé
Todd Edwards
Waze & Odyssey

Already announced:

Animal Collective/ Bat For Lashes / Amateur Best/ Bobby Tank/ Charanjit Singh/ Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs / Chvrches / Connan Mockasin/ Daniel Avery/ Daphni/ Dark Bells/ Dark Dark Dark/ Daughter/ Disclosure/ Django Django/ Do Make Say Think/ Duologue/ East India Youth/ Egyptian Hip Hop/ Everything Everything/ Four Tet/ Francois & The Atlas Mountains/ F**ked Up / Gabriel Bruce/ Ginger Baker Jazz Confusion/ Guards/ Happa/ Hessle Audio DJs: Ben UFO, Pangaea, Pearson Sound / How To Dress Well/ J. Marinetti/ Jacques Greene – live/ Jagwar Ma/ James Yorkston/ John Cooper Clarke / Julio Bashmore/ Karenn / King Krule/ Koreless/ Kurt Vile and the Violators/ Kwes/ Last.FM DJs/ Lee Gamble/ Metz/ Mount Kimbie/ Mt Warning/ Mulatu Astatke/ Objekt/ Palma Violets/ Rainy Milo/ Rudi Zygadlo/ Savages/ Seth Troxler/ Shed/ Solange/ Splashh/ Stealing Sheep/ Stubborn Heart/ Thomas Mapfumo/ Throwing Snow/ Tim Burgess/ TNGHT/ TOY/ Virals/ Vondelpark/ Wild Nothing

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