LCD Soundsystem, Björk, Lorde, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more added to London’s new All Points East Festival

Beck, Father John Misty, Phoenix and loads more have also been added

LCD Soundsystem, Björk, Lorde, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs are among the latest huge run of names joining London’s new All Points East Festival.

Last week, The xx and The National were confirmed as the first headliners of the new 10-day festival heading to the capital’s Victoria Park next summer – supported by the likes of Lykke Li, Popcaan, The War On Drugs, Future Islands, Warpaint and more.

Now, more additions reveal that Beck, Father John Misty, Phoenix, Flying Lotus, Glass Animals, Sampha, Richie Hawtin, Rex Orange County, Sylvan Esso, Dixon, Alexis Taylor and George Fitzgerald will also be playing.

Off the back of their acclaimed comeback album ‘American Dream‘ and stellar run of live shows, LCD Soundsystem will be headlining All Points East on Friday May 25, with support from the long-awaited return of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, along with Phoenix, Glass Animals, Richie Hawtin, Dixon and George Fitzgerald.

LCD Soundsystem

LCD Soundsystem

Meanwhile, Lorde is added to the bill beneath The xx on Saturday May 26, along with Rex Orange County, Lykke Li and many more, before Björk closes All Points East on Sunday May 27 to launch her new album ‘Utopia‘, with support from Beck, Father John Misty and many more.

Line-up and tickets

See the full All Points East line-up below. Tickets to the main events are available from 9am on Friday November 3 and will be available here.

All Points East – Friday 25 May
LCD Soundsystem
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Phoenix
Glass Animals
Richie Hawtin CLOSE
Dixon
George FitzGerald Live

Lorde

Lorde

All Points East – Saturday 26 May
The xx
Lorde
Sampha
Popcaan
Lykke Li
Rex Orange County

Bjork shares the beautiful new video for 'The Gate'

Bjork shares the beautiful new video for ‘The Gate’

All Points East – Sunday 27 May
Björk
Beck
Father John Misty
Flying Lotus 3D
Mashrou’ Leila
Sylvan Esso
Alexis Taylor
Agoria Live

APE Presents… The National – Saturday 2 June
The National
The War on Drugs
Future Islands
Warpaint
The Districts