London’s most popular festival returned last weekend, as tens of thousands of partygoers piled into it’s new home at Brockwell Park for two days of live music, DJ sets and festivities.
Field Day is an event not only know for its ongoing ability to attract huge numbers, but also its daring approach to booking and line up, bringing a diverse and different sound to each year and never allowing itself to be pigeon holed into one genre.
This year was no different as away from what was an almost entirely electronic line up in 2017, the music included legends like Erykah Badu, Lee Field And The Expressions, as well as new jazz and soul acts such as Moses Boyd, Children Of Zeus and Mammal Hands.
While the music may change, one thing that you know you can expect from Field Day year on year however, is an amazing display of the kind of level of unique style that London girls possess.
Over the weekend we saw peacocking festival queens draped in sequins and glitter, bohemian hippy types floating around in paisley and sheer lace and South London locals, in the best independent brands the charity shops and markets of Brixton and Peckham had to offer.