Field Day 2015 Lineup Announced

Sydney’s annual New Year’s Day festival, Field Day, will return in 2015 and organisers have just announced the event’s stellar artist lineup, letting eager punters know just who they’ll be partying with when January 1st rolls around.

Confirming rumours following cryptic teaser videos last week, leading the 2015 lineup is Londoner Aaron Jerome, also known as SBTRKT, whose highly anticipated new album Wonder Where We Land is due out this week.

Joining him will be touring favourites alt-J, who will be in the country around that time for slots at the Falls and Southbound Festivals, and who will also be stopping by next month for two intimate Australian shows in support of their latest album, This Is All Yours.

Also appearing at Field Day will be American music producer and DJ Dillon Francis, Sydney indie dance sweethearts RüFüS, UK pop-rock outfit Bastille, English producer Jamie xx, Oxfordshire indie quartet Glass Animals plus Danny Brown, Joey Bada$$, Milky Chance, Salt N Pepa, Action Bronson, Touch Sensitive and a bunch more.

Field Day will once again take over Sydney’s Domain on New Year’s Day and early bird tickets for the event go on sale at midday Tuesday, 30th September until 4pm Tuesday, 14th October or sold out. See the lineup below.

UPDATE 10/12/14: triple j Unearthed competition winner and Flume collaborator Moon Holiday has been added to the 2015 Field Day lineup. View the updated lineup below.

UPDATE 17/12/14: Electronic duo Collarbones have been added to the 2015 Field Day lineup. View the updated lineup below.

Watch: SBTRKT feat Ezra Koenig – New Dorp. New York

Field Day 2015 Lineup


Moon Holiday



Dillon Francis



Jamie xx

Danny Brown

Joey Bada$$

Milky Chance

Salt N Pepa

Peking Duk

Todd Terje



Cashmere Cat


The Kite String Tangle

Glass Animals

Action Bronson

Just Blaze


Golden Features

Touch Sensitive

Friend Within


Charlotte OC


Field Day 2015

Tickets on sale now

Thursday, 1st January 2015

The Domain, Sydney

Tickets: Field Day

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