In a statement, organisers write, "To all Field Day attendees, we have no choice but to take the difficult decision to postpone Field Day until Saturday July 10th 2021. Although we were hoping for a different outcome it has become clear in recent weeks that we won’t be in a position to move forward. We’re delighted to confirm however, that Bicep will still be headlining, and the entire line-up (bar one), plus all of our stage partners will remain the same for next year’s festival. Plus the addition of The Black Madonna joining us on the main stage, ensuring we will be able to deliver the very same experience we set out to."
Regarding tickets for next year's event, they add, "All existing tickets will be automatically transferred to July 10 2021 at no extra cost. You will receive an email from your ticket supplier to confirm your place at Field Day 2021 in the coming weeks, no effort on your part is required," and add, "If you’re unable to attend Field Day 2021 then you will be able to apply for a refund. Your ticketing outlet will be in touch in the next seven days with the necessary steps to redeem a face value refund."
To all Field Day attendees, after much consideration we have taken the difficult decision to postpone Field Day until Saturday July 10th 2021.— Field Day (@fielddaylondon) May 20, 2020
Read our full statement, including out 2021 line up via https://t.co/C3sxPe7wkI pic.twitter.com/Inoe5tXAAM
Floating Points, George Fitzgerald, Maribou State, Mall Grab, Mount Kimbie, Ross From Friends and more will also play at Field Day 2021.