Watch Field Day live: Stage times, performers, and all the action from London Live

Patti Smith, FKA Twigs and Caribou are among those performing this weekend

Rose Troup Buchanan
Saturday 06 June 2015 13:28
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Patti Smith will play the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury at 2.15pm on Sunday 28 June
Patti Smith will play the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury at 2.15pm on Sunday 28 June

Field Day has returned to London’s Victoria Park with a host of headline acts across eight stages – and don't worry if you missed out on a ticket because London Live will be broadcasting live so you catch all the action from home.

Running from Saturday morning until 11pm on Saturday, and then 1pm to 10.30pm on Sunday, the mini-festival has Patti Smith, FKA Twigs and Caribou performing over the coming two days.

Watch online from 6pm Sunday

Field Day is running two street food markets (naturally of the organic and fairtrade, hipster-friendly, variety) where you can sample food from 50 different stalls. Festival goers can sample foods from Filipino dishes (Kusina Nova) to traditional American mac’n’cheese (Anna Mae’s mac’n’cheese) to Mexican street food (Luardos).

You can also catch some old school eating competitions, village green races (highlights include an egg and spoon race) and traditional tombola.

You can see the full schedule and line-up here.

London Live's coverage begins with Live from London: Field Day 2015 on Sunday at 6pm. Watch it online or on Freeview channel 8, Sky 117, Virgin 159 and YouView 8.

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