GDD™ European Festival Guide

FIELD DAY
Saturday 6th August 2011
Victoria Park, London, UK
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Curated by Tom Baker of Eat Your Own Ears, Field Day is a highlight in the London festival calendar. It draws together some of the finest independent, world, and electronic musicians and plonks them in an idyllic leafy setting in the heart of East London.

EDM lineup includes:
Actress • Benga + Youngman • Carl Craig Presents 69 • Creep • Darkstar • Erol Alkan • Glasser • James Blake • Jamie Woon • Jamie XX • Kieren Hebden (Four Tet) B2B James Holden • L-Vis 1990 • Matthew Dear • Mount Kimbie • Pearson Sound aka Ramadanman • Roska • SBTRKT + More TBA

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19 Responses to GDD™ European Festival Guide

  1. DaveO says:

    thanks for this, I had to miss the Chemical Brothers at Coachella and hope to make up for it this summer while vacationing in Europe. I’m thinking Wireless Fest?

  2. Sam Hiller says:

    Haha nice article photo guys ;)

  3. Charlene P says:

    You guys forgot about Glastonbury Festival in the UK!! It’s an amazing production, think Coachella on crack.

    http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/

  4. We’re dj’ing at Outlook again this year! It’s the absolute dog’s bollocks.

  5. Josh says:

    what about tomorrowland??

  6. SweetFA says:

    Josh, I completely forgot about Tomorrowland, cheers for the heads up

  7. SweetFA says:

    So I’ve been hearing from Dash. That’s awesome, kill it lads

  8. Mathias says:

    You forgot about Pukkelpop in Belgium. First names came online today ;)

  9. Don’t forget about the Urban Art Forms and the Beatpatrol in Austria
    http://www.uaf-festival.at/ http://www.beatpatrol.at/

  10. C-Mo says:

    U got the Hideout festival but check out Zrce on the island of Pag in Croatia… cant go wrong

  11. Martin Theo says:

    I made many European festivals and a road trip through Europe in 2009 took me in Hungary and to Sziget festival.

    It was amazing! The festival is in the heart of Budapest on an island on the middle of river Danube, creating a special atmosphere with the unique mixture of party, city and nature.

    It is the longest festival, 7 days of music, cultural programs and exhibitions. But it is also the largest with 400,000 persons from everywhere in the world and the most diverse line up, you will find what you like in every hour of the day on one of the 30 stages of the Island.

    You add a huge Party Arena and some parties places with several DJs 24h/7, cheap drinks and food.

    I finished this experience in one of the bath of the city on Monday afternoon after few days without sleeping.

    A week of madness, i didn’t believe what I was living!

    Live it, you will enjoy it!

    If you want to have an idea, watch that! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Llt-rK7Qbmo

  12. Cheers for the heads up, it’s now been added :)

  13. I’ll check it out. Good looking out

  14. Thanks for sharing – Sziget sounds awesome. Keep those festival tales coming!

  15. CaliToMunich says:

    I would hate for this to get out since it’s so clutch but you never mentioned Kazantip. It’s in Popovka, Crimean Peninsula, Ukraine. Here’s a website to it:
    http://kazantip.com/

    Here’s a documentary [NSFW] by VBS on it
    http://www.vbs.tv/watch/music-world/raving-in-the-black-sea

  16. CaliToMunich says:

    Also, Rock im Park and Rock am Ring. Not really Electric type music but Deadmau5 will be there on June 3

    http://www.rock-im-park.com/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rock_am_Ring_and_Rock_im_Park

  17. Emilio says:

    Small mistake for Pukkelpop:
    “EDM Lineup includes:”
    It’s Thursday, Friday and Saturday

    But thx for sharing!

  18. Max says:

    Distortion in Copenhagen is also really great! It’s too late now but prehaps for next year!
    http://cphdistortion.dk/

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