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Kraftwerk and The Chemical Brothers to headline Field Day 2022

The festival will return to Victoria Park on August 20

  • Becky Buckle
  • 22 November 2021
Kraftwerk and The Chemical Brothers to headline Field Day 2022

In honour of 15 years of the London-based day-festival Field Day has revealed 15 of the artists set to perform at the event in 2022. Get tickets here.

Headlining will be the platinum-selling and six-time Grammy award-winning duo, The Chemical Brothers alongside the founders of the electronic genre, Kraftwerk.

Other acts that will be performing include previous Mixmag cover stars, Daniel Avery (live) and Logic1000 as well as artists, Cici, Eliza Rose, Emerald b2b Jossy Mitsu, Erol Alkan, Floating Points, HAAi, Kareem Ali, Otik, salute and Tourist with plenty more still to be announced.

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For this following year’s festival, it will return on Saturday, August 20 at Victoria Park, East London where it was held for ten years before moving to Brockwell Park in 2018 and The Drumsheds for 2019's edition.

Director of Field Day, Gareth Cooper said: “Off the back of a successful year last year, we're delighted Field Day is returning to Victoria Park to celebrate its 15th edition.

“This year will be our biggest yet and we're excited to welcome two of the most iconic acts in the history of electronic music to the festival, as well as a selection of the most ground-breaking artists in the industry.”

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To get tickets to Field Day 2022 pre-sale goes out on sale Wednesday 24th November, and general sale taking place Thursday 25th November. Get yours via ticketmaster.

Watch the video on this year’s edition below.

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Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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