All Points East, APE, returns for 2022, with an epic line up of world class headliners and guests. Once again, the festival is the place to experience the greatest nights of music from the world’s best live acts and discover your new favourite band.
Earlier today, Mary Anne Hobbs announced the line up on her BBC Radio 6 Music show. With legendary artists topping the bill and a supporting line up of some of the most acclaimed musicians working today, the award winning festival celebrates its full return with its best line up yet.
FRIDAY 19 AUGUST
Pusha T > Yves Tumor And Its Band > Self Esteem > Greentea Peng > Femi Kuti > Obongjayar > Remi Wolf >
Gabriels > NewDad
APE Presents > FIELD DAY
SATURDAY 20 AUGUST
THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS | KRAFTWERK
Cici > Daniel Avery (live) > Eliza Rose > Emerald b2b Jossy Mitsu > Erol Alkan > Floating Points > HAAi > Kareem Ali > Logic1000 > Otik > salute > Tourist (live)
THURSDAY 25 AUGUST
The Blaze > Dry Cleaning > GOAT > Sudan Archives
FRIDAY 26 AUGUST
FLEET FOXES > KING GIZZARD AND THE LIZARD WIZARD
Kurt Vile and the Violators > Perfume Genius > Low > Lucy Dacus > Rae Morris > Cassandra Jenkins > Bess Atwell
SATURDAY 27 AUGUST
Koffee > Freddie Gibbs > Channel Tres > Overmono (live) > Enny > Joy Orbison > Sherelle > Tora-i > Elkka (live) > LCY > Yung Singh
SUNDAY 28 AUGUST
NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS
Sleaford Mods > Aldous Harding > Anna Calvi > Japanese Breakfast > Tinariwen > Jehnny Beth > Joan As Police Woman
And many more artists to be announced across the two weekends.
2021 saw APE return after the pandemic had brought live music to a halt. For 4 joyous days, fans were treated to a celebration led by London Grammar and Jorja Smith, Jamie xx and Kano, Bicep (at APE Presents: Field Day) and Foals and Bombay Bicycle Club.
The quality of artists ran very deep across the days with established names and those on the cusp of stardom entertaining crowds – Caribou, Gang Of Youths, Maisie Peters, Holly Humberstone, Nadine Shah, Loyle Carner, Celeste, Mahalia, Floating Points, Kojey Radical, Sons Of Kemet, Tom Misch, Slowthai, Little Simz, Arlo Parks, Nubya Garcia, Pa Salieu were just some of the acts who appeared in Victoria Park. BBC Radio 6 Music hosted the X Stage, with stunning line ups curated by their DJs, Tom Ravenscroft, Gilles Peterson and Mary Anne Hobbs.
The festival has been recognised as one of the summer’s essential events since its inception in 2019.