7 Artists Not To Miss At Field Day

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With a kickass two-day line-up, there’s no reason for anyone to go through Field Day FOMO this weekend. Lauren De Beer has put together an edit of our top seven must-see acts so that everyone can feel like their in the field. So grab your best friend (and your best pair of wellies) and enjoy the show!

FKA Twigs

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After just two years since the release of her first solo EP, ‘Formally Known As’ Twigs has made her mark in the music industry and has certainly earned her leading spot on the Field Day stage.

tUnE-yArDs

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Melodic mastermind, Merrill Garbus first popped up on our radar in 2009. Now, three albums in, the tUnE-yArDs will be bringing an undoubtedly explosive act.

Patti Smith

Rock n Roll royalty, Patti Smith, hit the ground running in 1975 with the instant hit debut Horses. Forty years on, she is showing no signs of slowing down.  Field Day-ers can catch the punk legend when she will grace the Eat Your Own Ears Out stage on Sunday.

Spector

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When last did we catch Spector live? We can’t remember either, which is why we are more than ready to catch their brand new live show this weekend.

Savages

When it comes to Savages, there is just one rule: it must be LOUD! At the center of electro-acoustics, this female four-piece is one act that demands not to be missed.

Django Django

As no strangers to Field Day, Django Django appeared on the stage in 2012, following their Mercury Prize nomination. They are now back and better than ever.

Caribou

Holding Saturday’s headline slot, this is one performance you cannot miss out on. This year will mark Caribou’s 4th visit to Field Day, and we expect nothing less than an out-of-this-world live show!

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