You’re all pretty darn excited for Field Day festival next Saturday, right? And just looking at the line-up which includes James Blake, Ariel Pink and Wild Beasts, you have every right to be. But just the next day, something a little bit different is happening in Victoria Park.
The Apple Cart is London’s brand new, bespoke festival for lovers of music, comedy, interactive art, cabaret and magic and we are offering The Line Of Best Fit readers the chance to buy tickets at the special price of £25. But act quickly this offer in only valid for a limited time.
Brought to you by those behind Field Day and the Underage Festival and taking place on a leafy, tree-lined part of Victoria Park, on Sunday 7th August 2011, The Apple Cart offers a completely new take on the festival experience and caters to both adults and children alike.
Musical acts include the likes of Patrick Wolf, Magic Numbers and 90s dance darlings Saint Etienne.
But the festival is not solely focussed on the music, The Apple Cart has everything from the award garnering Tim Minchin, the eccentrically brilliant Chilly Gonzales, former Beta Band member Steve Mason, plus conjuring Magic circle members, the acclaimed Art Car Boot Fair, bespoke interactive art from Turner Prize Winning artist Gavin Turk’s The House of Fairy Tales as well as some bloody good food from the Venn St Market.