When is Field Day 2023? London festival date, headliners with Aphex Twin, how to get tickets, presale details

The London festival will return to Victoria Park for its 16th edition, with Aphex Twin and Bonobo headlining the event

Influential electronic artist Aphex Twin is set to headline London’s Field Day festival this summer. It will mark the first time the DJ has performed live since 2019.

Excitement amongst fans was high among clues that the artists was set to make a comeback. A new website - called 190823.co.uk - appeared with the iconic Aphex Twin logo, however it has now been releaved that the code matches up with the date of Field Day.

Joining Aphex Twin at the Victoria Park event will be Bonobo. The DJ will co-headline the event with Aphex Twin.

It comes as many festival across the UK begin to revealed thier line-ups for the summer schedule. But as you make your decision about what events to attend, here’s everything you need to mknow about how to bag tickets for Aphex Twin’s first live performance in four years.

When is Field Day 2023?

Field Day takes place on 19 August 2023. It is only a one-day festival, with performers appearing on mulitple stages throughout the day.

When are tickets available?

Tickets for the fesitval aren’t yet on sale. However, the pre-sale is due to begin at 10am on Thursday 26 January.

You can sign up to the pre-sale via the Field Day website. General sale tickets will go on-sale at 11am on Friday 27 January.

Who is performing at Field Day 2023?

DJ’s Aphex Twin and Bonobo will both headline the one-day event. They will be joined on the lineup by Arca, Kelela, Fever Ray, Jayda G, Jon Hopkins, Sudan Archives, Mount Kimbie, TSHA, Moderat and SBTRKT.

Rounding out the lineup are Actress, Desire, Giulia Tess, Hagop Tchaparian, LSDXOXO B2B Juliana Huxtable, MAFRO and Surusinghe. More acts are set to be announced by Field Day at a later date.