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Aphex twin live 2023 field day lineup
25.01.2023, Words by Billy Ward, Photos by Mick Hutson/Redferns

Aphex Twin and Bonobo announced as headliners for Field Day 2023

The festival's 16th year is shaping up to be its best yet...

London's renowned Field Day festival returns with its largest, most eclectic line up to date, bringing together a star-studded roster of dance music icons including Aphex Twin and Bonobo. 

After a sold out 15th anniversary in 2022 that brought together 50,000 electronic music aficionados together for a day-long session at Victoria Park, the festival's 16th year is shaping up to be its best yet. 

Last week Aphex Twin hinted at a return to Field Day, after headlining the festival in 2017, launching a cryptic website titled 190823.co.uk. After sending social media into a frenzy of speculation, the festival is now officially announcing the influential electronic producer as a headline act - his first UK billing since performing at Printworks in 2019.

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Also on the bill is Bonobo. Since his debut release in 1999, the British producer and DJ has been bringing a musicians edge to the world of electronic music. Breaking boundaries with his visceral live shows and emotional dance anthems, he’ll be making the pilgrimage to Victoria Park on August 19 for a performance to remember.

Joining the two UK dance stalwarts on the line-up, Arca, SBTRKT, Fever Ray, Jayda G, Jon Hopkins, Kelela, TSHA and more are also locked in to bring the party vibes to Field Day this summer. With more acts to be announced closer to the festival, check out the full line-up so far below.

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