Field Day 2018 announce Crack Magazine stage

© Ninja Hanna
© Ninja Hanna

The London festival, which is upping sticks and moving to Brockwell Park for the first time this year, has unveiled its stage line-ups, and we’re excited to announce that we’ll be returning to the event to host our very own stage.

Former cover star Fever Ray is set to head up the stage with her daringly provocative live show. She’ll be joined by the viral internet sensation Jimothy Lacoste, who’s been capturing audiences with his youthful antics of riding subways and telling a new generation of teenagers to stay off drugs. Princess Nokia will also be storming the stage; the Harlem rapper has consistently promoted inclusivity throughout her career and goes the extra mile in creating a safe space for people of colour at her live shows.

This year, Field Day have the UK festival exclusive of hosting the legendary Japanese composer Cornelius, who’ll also be playing the Crack Magazine stage. Furthermore, Odd Future’s Earl Sweatshirt will be gearing up to perform on the platform, along with Mount Kimbie, ZHU, and James Holden & The Spirit Animals – all demonstrating the sounds we champion here at Crack Magazine.

Elsewhere, across the festival’s other stages, a roster of Crack favourites have been billed to play, such as headliner Erykah Badu, Nils Frahm, Helena Hauff, Jeff Mills and Tony Allen.

Field Day will run from 1-2 June. Head to the festival’s website for tickets.