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Four Tet’s All-Dayer festival returns to London’s Finsbury Park in August

Kieran Hebden is set to perform a five-hour extended set with guests TBC

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Four Tet’s All-Dayer festival is due to make its return to London’s Finsbury Park in August.

Taking place on Saturday, 12th August, the one-day event will see the UK producer will play another five-hour set — his only extended festival set of the summer — in keeping with last year's All-Dayer. He will also be joined by a number of guests who have yet to be announced. The 2023 festival will once again be run in partnership with London dance music promoter Krankbrother.

Pre-sale tickets for the 2023 All-Dayer will be available on Thursday, February 23rd, at 11 AM, with general sale starting on Friday, February 24th, also at 11 AM. Check out the flyer below and pick up tickets from RA.

The 2022 All-Dayer was located on "a beautiful tree-lined carriageway within Finsbury Park", and offered natural wines, and craft beers, with a compulsory £1 donation from tickets going to local environmental charities. 

Last year, Four Tet dropped his remix of Chloé Robinson and DJ ADHD’s ‘Pax’ single, which is described in a press release as "a tour through UK club culture", taking the original's "frantic, mechanised 909 drums, and crafting a more shifting, garage-esque rhythm - taking cues from an instrumental grime classic 'Pulse X' in the process".

Four Tet also recently shared a new track, 'Scythe Master', which appeaed on a new compilation released through Eat Your Own Ears Recordings. 

Earlier in 2022, several Four Tet albums returned to streaming sites after he signed a new publishing deal with Universal Music, the work had been removed in 2021 amid a royalties dispute with record label Domino. The producer also explored the late-John Peel's 120,000-strong record collection for a recent BBC 6 Music broadcast, which aired on 13th February.