More acts have been revealed for the first weekend of All Points East Festival which takes place at Victoria Park, Hackney, London from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th May, with further shows the following weekend.
Joining The Chemical Brothers and more on Friday 24th May will be Kate Tempest, as well as Steve Mason, Elder Island, and Jadu Heart. They join an already-formidable lineup: The Chemical Brothers, Primal Scream, Hot Chip, Jon Hopkins (Live), Spiritualized, Little Dragon, Roisin Murphy, Danny Brown, Peggy Gou Presents Gou Talk, Optimo, David August, Josey Rebelle, Little Simz, Petite Noir, Maurice Fulton, Ibibio Sound Machine, DMX Krew, Lane 8 and Ge-ology.
Playing alongside The Strokes and more on Saturday 25th May will be Fat White Family, Amyl And The Sniffers, Temples, Angie McMahon, Dream Wife, and Demob Happy, and on a stage hosted by Yala! Records there'll also be BC Camplight, Yak, Our Girl, and Willie J Healey. Previously announced for Saturday 25th are: The Strokes, The Raconteurs, Interpol, Johnny Marr, Courtney Barnett, Jarvis Cocker, Anna Calvi, Parquet Courts, Connan Mockasin, Viagra Boys, Bakar and The Nude Party.
On Sunday 26th, Christine and the Queens will be joined by Dublin rapper Kojaque. Also playing on the 26th are: Christine and the Queens, James Blake, Metronomy, Maribou State, Kamasi Washington, Beach House, Honne, Kurt Vile, Princess Nokia, Ezra Collective, Toro y Moi, Rina Sawayama, Bob Moses, Andrew Weatherall, Yves Tumor (Full band), Joy Orbison, Baloji, Cuco, Moxie (Presents On Loop), Octo Octa, Galcher Lustwerk and Paquita Gordon.
The headline acts each day are as follows. Please see the line-up page for each day's line-up as available.
Friday 24th May: Chemical Brothers (live), and more (£62.95).
Saturday 25th May: The Strokes, , and more (£65)
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: Mumford & Sons, and (£65)
Sunday 2nd June: Bon Iver, and more (£62.95)
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