Nicolas Jaar, Death Grips and more confirmed for Field Day

Having already announced Aphex Twin and Flying Lotus earlier this month, Field Day have now unveiled the first batch of names set to perform at their 2017 event.

Nicolas Jaar, Death Grips, Mura Masa, and Slowdive are among the 29 new names confirmed by the festival today, as well as what we expect to be the hot festival ticket next year, S U R V I V E, who are best known for scoring the Netflix series Stranger Things.

Field Day is set to take place at London's Victoria Park on the 3rd June 2017. See below for the full list of acts confirmed so far.

Aphex Twin
Áine Cahill
Death Grips
Fatima Yamaha - live
Flamingods
Flying Lotus
Forest Swords
Gaika
Haelos
HuneeImarhan
Job Jobse
Jon Hopkins (DJ)
Julia Jacklin
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
Kevin Morby
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
King Sunny Ade
Lena Willikens
Marcel Dettmann
Methyl Ethel
Midland
Moderat
Moodymann
Mura Masa
Nicolas Jaar
Nina Kraviz
Omar Souleyman
Silver Apples
Slowdive
S U R V I V E
Whitney

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