Consistently lauded for its showcasing of new and alternative acts, London's Field Day has incredibly sold out in every single one of its seven years. Now, building on its constant and much-welcomed expansion, Field Day is branching out into Europe. And it's not just any old cities; the picturesque cultural hotspots Turin, Amsterdam and Paris will all be hosting their own Field Day events, with magazine Dazed and Confused to be the main media partners.

The first of the events - Field Day Turin - is set to be held at Hiroshima Mon Amour on Thursday 24th April. It's shaping-up to be quite the electronic bash, with 2013 Mercury Prize nominee Jon Hopkins, electronic mavericks Oneohtrix Point Never and buzz-artist SOHN all set to appear. It will be partnered with Italian festival of music and arts Club To Club, who share Field Day's "common mission of bringing to their audiences the most exciting acts in contemporary music."

Amsterdam will be treated with a show set at popular and ex-newspaper plant venue Trouw. Two quality electronic acts in the shape of Jamie xx and Four Tet are set to play, with Trouw and Mojo acting as media partners.

The final date is in Paris, with promoters Super! joining forces with Field Day to set fresh new venue YOYO alight. Although dates or acts have yet to be announced, if the Turin and Amsterdam acts are anything to go by, it's going to be another cracking night.

For those a little closer to home, tickets are still available for Field Day London (7th - 8th June), with an exciting roster of acts including Omar Souleyman, Warpaint and Only Real.

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