Notion Highlight: BULLDOG Gin Yard x Field Day 2019

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Despite the rainy weather London offered up, the high energy performances from Field Day 2019 shone through. We take a look at some of our favourites documented by talented photographers.

In their brand new location at Meridian Water, Field Day 2019 had a weekend packed full of incredible artists providing nothing but love to the crowds who embarked to this new chapter of Field Day. We wanted to be a part of this journey sending three amazing photographers to capture the energy created by those of the artists and the crowd.

With state-of-the-art production and proudly boasting the loudest sound system in the capital, Field Day started with more than a bang across their six stages. The Eat Your Own Ears stage with TimeOut, BULLDOG Yard with Bugged Out, Boiler Room, Printworks, Dr. Marten’s Boot Room and Late Night with Printworks and FACT. With an impressive line-up that left you spoilt for choice, the rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of festival goers who were seeing Skepta, Jungle, Jorja Smith, Earl Sweatshirt, Bonobo, Denis Sulta, The Black Madonna and many more. With more tastes and paces for everyone to enjoy themselves no matter the tempo, BULLDOG Gin provided the summer spirits along with their very own stage highlighting some of the best selectors in the industry right now.

The two-day festival in their new venue The Drumsheds stayed open until 3 am with new features of 10 acres of outdoor space and four gigantic interlinking warehouses. We sent three very talented photographers down to Meridian Water to document the good vibes, good drinks and good music. Check out of highlights below.

  • Photography Anthony Yates
  • Photography Bryan Aseya

The spectacular Jorja Smith took to the stage and brought emotion, intimacy and noughties vibes with her mixture of love songs and R&B tracks. Jorja treated the fans to a special duet with Tom Misch to tug extra hard on the heart strings.

 

  • Photography Bryan Aseya
  • Photography Anthony Yates
  • Photography Bryan Aseya
  • Photography Bryan Aseya
  • Photography Bryan Aseya
  • Photography Anthony Yates
  • Photography Anthony Yates
  • Photography Anthony Yates

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