If you’re yet to book a festival for this summer, then we have a huge suggestion for you. All Points East is taking place in London’s Victoria Park and is shaping up to be even bigger than it’s debut last year.
They’ve booked a huge list of names too, including none other than The Chemical Brothers, The Strokes, Christine and The Queens, Bon Iver, Mumford and Sons and more.
If you’ve already got them and wanting to see what’s in store then read on, as the East London is full of music, food and even a Tiki Bar this Summer.
Here’s what you need to know.
When is All Points East 2019?
All Points East Festival runs from the 24 May to the 2 June this year.
How can I get tickets for 2019?
Who’s performing at All Points East 2019?
After a huge inaugural year, All Points East is back and better than ever before with a huge line up to match. There are huge announced for each day, with tickets still available for many.
- 24 May: The Chemical Brothers, Hot Chip, Primal Scream, Jon Hopkins
- 25 May: The Strokes, The Raconteurs, Interpol
- 26 May: Christine and the Queens, James Blake, Metronomy, Maribou State
- 31 May: Bring Me The Horizon, Architects, Run The Jewels, Northing But Thieves, Idles
- 1 June: Mumford and Sons, Leon Bridges, Dizzee Rascal, The Vaccines
- 2 June: Bon Iver, Mac DeMarco, First Aid Kit, John Grant, The Tallest Man on Earth, Ezra Furman, RY X
When are people on, what stages are there and what are the biggest clashes?
You’ll be able to find the times in the official All Points East App, which you can download here . It’ll also show who’s on the smaller stages such as the Jagerhaus, Firestone Stage, and Ray-Ban Studios X Stage.
What’s the weather forecast?
British weather is famously unpredictable, so make sure you check the weather first. There’s a lot of gigs, and we can’t guarantee that’ll last – however we’re hoping for sun of course! Click here to check the weather on the Met Office here.
Where am I going?
You don’t want to get this wrong.
What else can I see apart from the music?
All Points East will be running midweek programme In the Neighbourhood too, with free activities in Victoria Park between the two weekends of music, the 27 – 30 May.
There will be free yoga sessions, open air cinema nights, Drag shows, tennis, films/panel about gentrification (Frank Turner on the panel) or even exploring the history of grime music and East London with Rich Mix’s Generation Grime:Back2Bow.
There are also plenty of good eats, including vegan food from Biffs Jack Shack, the Mac Factory, Oh My Dog! and many more.
Not to forget the bars to wash it all down with. This year there’s the Kraken Freaky Tiki Bar where you can enjoy the music (and hopefully the sun) with rum cocktails in hammocks and rope beds.
There’s also makeover stands, to get you ready for the ‘gram, and a Undersea style speakeasy ’Secret Bar’, finally there’s also a rooftop terrace with the best view of the festival, and the Freaky Tiki areas itself. Don’t miss out.