On 6 May, Field Day's creators, Eat Your Own Ears, are joining forces with The House of St Barnabas to bring the festival to Soho for one evening only. The event is the second installment in The House of Barnabas' Festival Embassy series, with the series making its debut with a Bestival teaser session last month.
Guests will be treated to intimate sets from James Yorkston and Stevie Parker, alongside DJ sets from The Invisible, Flamingods and the resident Field Day DJs. Special guests are set to be announced in due course. Visitors will also get to watch a film screening of songwriter Leon Russell’s documentary ‘A Poem Is a Naked Person’.
The evening will consist of energetic and uplifting acts, while guests tuck into festival food served up in the magical courtyard garden. The event will also be taking part in a 'Pay it Forward' ticket scheme, meaning that for every ticket purchased for Festival Embassy, another will will be given to participants or graduates of the House’s Employment Academy.
Field Day will also be hosting a taster session at Dinerama in Shoreditch on 30 April.
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