The Strokes, and more have been revealed for All Points East Festival which takes place at Victoria Park, Hackney, London from Friday 24th to Sunday 2nd June.
Joining The Strokes when they headline with their first UK show in 4 years on Saturday 25th May are The Raconteurs, Interpol, Johnny Marr, Parquet Courts, Jarvis Cocker, Courtney Barnett, Connan Mockasin, Anna Calvi, Bakar, The Nude Party, and Viagra Boys.
Also announced today are more acts to join The Chemical Brothers and more on Friday 24th May, who are Jon Hopkins (live), Peggy Gou, Roisin Murphy, David August, Lane 8, Optimo, Petite Noir,Maurice Fulton, Josey Rebelle, Ge-ology, and DMX Krew.
And joining Christine & The Queens on Sunday 26th May will be James Blake, Kamasi Washington, Princess Nokia, Bob Moses, Andrew Weatherall, Yves Tumor, Joy Orbison, Moxie, Octo Octa, Galcher Lustwerk, and Paquita Gordon.
Please see the line-up page for all of the line-up that's been announced so far.
Tickets for The Strokes and more will go on sale at 9am on Friday 1st February. Tickets for the other shows detailed below are available now from the ticket link just below..
The headline acts each day are as follows. Please see the line-up page for the line-up as available.
Friday 24th May: Chemical Brothers (live), and more (£62.95).
Saturday 25th May: The Strokes, , and more (tickets on sale at 9am on Friday 1st February)
Sunday 26th May: Christine And The Queens, and more (£59.95)
Friday 31st May: Bring Me The Horizon, and more (£59.95).
Saturday 1st June: to be announced
Sunday 2nd June: Bon Iver, and more (£62.95)
All Points East takes place from Friday 24th to Sunday 2nd June, with 6 days of major shows each weekend and with 'In the Neighbourhood' for the four days of Monday 27th to Thursday 30th May with free Outdoor Cinema, Live Music & Entertainment, Street Food to Pop Up Bars, Theatre, Arts, Sports & Wellbeing, Children's Activities and much more.
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