Festival season is finally here, and we’re celebrating by bigging up one of our favourite UK festivals, All Points East.
All Points East is a major UK festival held in the heart of London in Victoria Park. Running over two weekends, this festival rounds up all things great about the music, food and the summer sunshine scene. As well as the two weekends of top headliner music, All Points East runs In The Neighbourhood, a 4-day event of free-entry activities for the whole family to enjoy. They’ve really thought of everything.
This year, All Points East is running from the 24th May – 26th May (weekend one), 31st May – 2nd June (weekend two) and In The Neighbourhood is running from the 27th May – 30th May in the days in between.
The clue is in the name: All Points East is hosted in East London in Victoria Park. It’s super easy to get to by all major transports. We love a bit of stress-free travel!
Friday 24th May: The Chemical Brothers, Hot Chip, Primal Scream, Jon Hopkins, Kate Tempest, Little Dragon, Steve Mason and more.
Saturday 25th May: The Strokes, The Raconteurs, Interpol, Johnny Marr, Courtney Barnett, Fat White Family, Temples, and more.
Sunday 26th May: Christine And The Queens, James Blake, Metronomy, Maribou State, Kamasi Washington, Beach House, Honne and more.
Friday 31st May: Bring Me The Horizon, Architects, Run The Jewels, Nothing But Thieves, Idles, Sleeping With Sirens, Alice Glass, While She Sleeps and more.
Saturday 1st June: Mumford And Sons, Leon Bridges, Dizzee Rascal, The Vaccines (who we’ll be interviewing on the Topman Blog!), Dermot Kennedy, Villagers, The Staves and Sam Fender from our Suit Yourself Campaign (and more).
Sunday 2nd June: Bon Iver, Mac Demarco, John Grant, The Tallest Man On Earth, Ezra Furman, Julien Baker, KoKoKo! and more.
Hosted by Jägermeister (one of the festival’s official partners), the JägerHaus stage is a set up not to be missed at All Points East. Located in between the North and East stages, JägerHaus celebrates artists from established to up and coming with live performances over the two main weekends. Names including Rosie Lowe (watch out for our interview), Gold Panda and Bill Ryder-Jones are just a few to take centre stage. As if these artists aren’t enough incentive to make your way to the JägerHaus stage, you’ll also be able to enjoy their Bauhaus-inspired décor for a scenery switch-up.
In The Neighbourhood is the free-entry weekday programme full of activities for all ages. From cinema and music to arts, street food & bars, visit In The Neighbourhood in the days between the two headliner weekends. For more information on what’s going on, take a look here.
Tickets for All Points East are fast selling, so if you want in, act quick! You can find weekend tickets or single day tickets here. Don’t hang about and miss out.