Field Day 2016 - Sunday - Victoria Park, London

The sun shined for the majority of day two of Field Day's 10th anniversary, making it less of an ordeal to visit the various stages around Victoria Park, compared to the dreich and damp day before, with plenty interesting acts to be found in the various corners of the arena.

Top marks go to New York's Empress Of on the Verity stage , with a DJ set from The Avalanches packing them in over at Return Of The Rural.

London based J Pop trio Kero Kero Bonito brought the biggest smile to my face, with a playful performance, with Adam Green's Eat Your Own Ears stint a lot of fun too.

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The Festival concluded with a headline set from a saxophone wielding PJ Harvey, displaying songs from current album The Hope Six Demolition Project alongside crowd pleasers like '50ft Queenie', 'Down By The Water' and 'To Bring You My Love'.

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Tangerines
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Empress Of
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Adam Green
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Kero Kero Bonito
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Ben Watt Band Feat Bernard Butler
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Mbongwana Star
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The Avalanches
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PJ Harvey
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