The festival season is kicking off in style in London this weekend with the return of Field Day in Victoria Park. The festival, which has been running since 2007, has gained a reputation for covering the best in alternative acts. This year is no exception with both headliners Caribou on Saturday and Ride on Sunday guaranteed to have you dancing in the park. But perhaps more appealing than anything is the chance to see the iconic Patti Smith play the entirety of her album Horses. There will also be a host of indie-up-and-comers, folk music and all manner of underground dance music to please a variety of musical tastes.
As with all modern festivals there will also be a vast variety of street food including such culinary delights as Smokestak ribs, Spit & Roast's buttermilk-fried chicken and mac & cheese from Anna Mae's.
In order to keep the revelries going through the whole weekend the London Brewers' Market will be on hand to keep the drink flowing. London is currently the leader in craft beer and the likes of The Five Points Brewing Company, Hackney Brewery and last week's interview subjects Gipsy Hill Brewing Company will all be present for you to get hold of their unique beers.
Field Day runs from Saturday 6th June till Sunday 7th June 2015. For more information see the link below: http://fielddayfestivals.com/news/