Each year, All Points East delivers an epic line up of world class headliners, exceptionally curated supporting line ups and big exclusives. This year is set to be no exception – with just one week to go, Luno Presents All Points East have revealed the full line-ups for each show. Remaining tickets are on sale now here.

Opening the festival on Friday 18th August is national icon Stormzy, who will headline his own specially curated event at All Points East with ‘This Is What We Mean Day’, alongside a seriously impressive line up. Just announced and now joining him are Nigerian singer and producer Tay Iwar, singer-songwriter Tamera, magic-maker Natanya and emerging R&B artist Trebla.

One of this century’s defining rock bands, The Strokes, will return to Victoria Park on Friday 25th August. Setting up the second weekend with a huge day of anthemic rock, alongside support from New York contemporaries Yeah Yeah Yeahs, All Points East can now share final line-up names including one of the UK’s hottest alternative rock prospects FEET, and Leeds four-piece L’Objectif.

British electronic project, Jungle, will headline on Saturday 26th August for a UK exclusive performance. So many incredible acts are set to join them, including previously announced Erykah Badu, and tons of brand new names have been added to the bill: Brooklyn indie-pop group Wet, British artist and rapper FLOHIO, DJ-producer Elkka, violinist and song-writer Sofia Isella, project of Ivor Novello winner Fraser T. Smith Future Utopia, multi-instrumentalist Blumi and synthpop band Parallels.

Irish singer Dermot Kennedy heads to All Points East on Sunday 27th August, sharing on his Instagram: “Excitement is building for my headline show at All Points East – a hugely special moment, as it’s going to be my final UK show this year.” The newest additions to this day are GRAMMY-nominees Chromeo, indie-folk band Kingfishr, sextet The Big Idea and empowering lyricist Megzz.

Acclaimed Californian rock trio HAIM will make their Luno presents All Points East debut on Bank Holiday Monday 28th August, closing the festival with a European exclusive show. It’s going to be a packed day of indie and alternative music from across Europe and America, including BRIT Award winner Griff, American singer-songwriter Isabel LaRosa, the captivating Kaeto, and rising star Unflirt.

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