All Points East is set to be London's biggest party this summer!
With a festival that can already boast the likes of LCD Soundsystem, The xx and Bjork, it has already set the bar high for when it comes to throwing a party, however All Points East have managed to take it up a level further by announcing even more names to the line up!
Added the festival's already busy schedule are -
THE BIG MOON, MARIKA HACKMAN, PUMAROSA, HOT CHIP (DJ SET), SUPERFOOD, MATT MALTESE, BLACK FOXXES, YOWL, LIFE, SWEATY PALMS, RIVAL, REEPS ONE, YONAKA, SEA GIRLS, GIRLI and more!
Jägermeister will be bringing their festival JägerHaus venue to All Points East for its only appearance of 2018. Which will feature DJ sets from Hot Chip, Lil Silva, Emerald, Tiffany Calver and Warpaint, plus performances from Jelani Blackman, Harvey Causon, Vessels, Nik Void (Factory Floor), Bakar, Rival, Poté (live), Reeps One, Aadae, Benin City, Joel Culpepper and Mina Rose. On top of all of that, the APE Presents… shows the following weekend will feature The Big Moon, Marika Hackman, Pumarosa, Yowl, Gengahr, Life, Sorry, Lady Bird, Sweaty Palms, Superfood, Night Flight, Cosmo Sheldrake, Club Kuru, Cavetown, Lost Under Heaven, Black Foxxes, The Shacks, Lucia and Malena Zavala.
The Firestone stage will be hosting a mixture of amazing talent across both weekends, as they host the likes of Yonaka, Laura Misch, Anais, Cuco, Jynx, Sarah Meth, Naked Elephant, Sea Girls, Girli, Stereo Honey, Warhaus, All We Are, Flyte, St Leonard’s Horses, Oh Brother, To Kill A King and more.
The thing that makes All Points East Festival stand out, is it's choice to hand back the park the local community with APE In The Neighbourhood, which is where they plan to open up the site for free to anyone, and host a number of activities including screenings of films including free music and an open cinema screening the likes of Moana, Suffragette, Made In Dagenham, The Little Mermaid, Dirty Dancing, The Breakfast Club, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, The Big Sick, Sing, The Lion King and Moulin Rouge alongside the previously announced bank holiday All Points Equal programme celebrating 100 years of voting for (some) women. Check out the program here
This all brings together All Points East ten day (Friday 25th May - Sunday 3rd June) take over of Victoria Park, and it is certainly going to be a the party of the summer! Click here for information on how to buy your tickets
Feature by Ant Adams