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Field Day: Stage-By-Stage Line-Up
Laurie Tuffrey , April 30th, 2013 11:49

Stage breakdowns announced - have a gander below

Field have released their stage-by-stage line-ups for next month's event.

Tickets are still available for the one-dayer, taking place in Victoria Park on May 25 - get hold of them here.

The bill's the most impressive yet - have a look below to see who's playing where (NB: this isn't the order of play, just an alphabetical list of who's on which stage):

Eat Your Own Ears

Animal Collective
Bat for Lashes
Four Tet
Eat Your Own Ears DJs
Everything Everything
Gabriel Bruce
Jon Hillock
Mt Warning
Solange
Stealing Sheep
Thomas Mapfumo

Bugged Out! in association with FACT

LIVE:
Disclosure
Jacques Greene
TNGHT

DJS:
Ben Pearce
Ben UFO
Daniel Avery
Daphni
Julio Bashmore
Pangaea
Pearson Sound
Seth Troxler

Laneway Festival stage in association with Last.FM

Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs
Chvrches
Dark Bells
Daughter
Django Django
Kurt Vile
Last.FM DJs
Mount Kimbie
Palma Violets
Savages

Village Mentality stage in association with The Quietus

Do Make Say Think
East India Youth
Ginger Baker Jazz Confusion
James Yorkston
King Krule
Mulatu Astatke
Stubborn Heart
The Quietus DJs Tim Burgess

BleeD / Bleep & Lanzarote

Charanjit Singh
How To Dress Well
Karenn
Lee Gamble
Objekt
Shed
Volte Face

Shacklewell Arms

Connan Mockasin
Dark Dark Dark
Double Denim DJs
Feathers
Francois & The Atlas Mountains
F**cked Up
Guards
Jen Long
John Cooper Clarke
Metz
Splashh
Toy
Virals
Vondelpark
Wild Nothing

The Red Bull Music Academy Stage

Amateur Best
Bobby Tank
Duologue
Egyptian Hip Hop
Happa
J. Marinetti
Jagwar Ma
Koreless
Kwes
Rainy Milo
Rudi Zygadlo
Throwing Snow

The Desperados Factory

Bok Bok & Girl Unit - live (Night Slugs)
Clean Bandit
Dollop
Lil Silva b2b Mele
Oneman
Psychemagik
Todd Edwards
Waze & Odyssey

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