SATURDAY AUGUST 1, 2009
VICTORIA PARK, GROVE ROAD, TOWER HAMLETS, LONDON, E3
Brought to you by London’s most adventurous and daring promoters – Eat Your Own Ears, Adventures In The Beetroot Field, Bugged Out! – Field Day will bring you the most cutting edge line up of bands and DJs in the 2009 Festival season. The heart of East London will be transformed into a Village Fete. Away from sound systems and stages the masses can indulged in some countrified fun and games on the Village Green area – ‘Village Mentality’ – within the festival. Try your luck on the tombola, crack a few nuts on the coconut shy – or just sit on some hay bales and stuff your face with homemade cake. Inspired by summer sports days and country fetes – Field Day’s very own village green will host stalls and activities throughout the daytime, ranging from sack-racing, to whack-the-rat, Bowling for Bacon and lots more to be announced. Come along, have fun, eat baked goods, and as the country saying goes – “be like an ant in the days of summer.”
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