If you didn’t fancy losing three weeks of your life to Glastonbury this year (let's call it a week in Somerset plus two weeks recovery time), then a day of top notch music in London's Victoria Park might offer a welcome alternative.
Field Day is back this summer, and as of 11am on 31st July, London’s East End will be filled with the sounds of indie-pop indie-pop sensations Phoenix, seminal post-punks The Fall, and a rare live performance from Moderat - all on the same bill.
Whether you’re there for the real ale tent, fashion swap shop, the egg and spoon races or, indeed, the music, we have two VIP tickets to give away. Either way, it is going to be pretty bloody good.
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