Here are the stage times for Gorillaz at All Points East 2022

Joining the band in Victoria Park will be Turnstile, IDLES, Self Esteem and more

The stage times for Gorillaz at All Points East festival this weekend have been unveiled.

The animated band will play All Points East at this year’s Victoria Park on August 19 alongside the likes of IDLES, Yves Tumor, Self Esteem, Femi Kuti, Obongjayar, NewDad, Remi Wolf, Gabriels, Turnstile, Ibeyi, Nia Archives and Willow Kayne. You can buy your tickets here.

Also joining Gorillaz and the other acts are Kills Birds, Knucks and Ibibio Sound Machine.


See the full stage times for Gorillaz’ show at All Points East below.

East Stage

Gorillaz – 8.55pm
Turnstile – 6.45pm
Pusha T – 5.30pm
Femi Kuti – 4.25pm
Obongjayar – 3.20pm
Ibibio Sound Machine – 2.15pm

The Ray-Ban West Stage

IDLES – 7.45pm
Yves Tumor – 6.00pm
Self Esteem – 4.50pm
Newdad – 3.50pm
Kills Birds – 2.50pm

North Stage

Kenny Beats – 7.10pm
Knucks – 6.15pm
Ibeyi – 5.15pm
Remi Wolf – 4.15pm
Paris Texas – 3.10pm
Jeshi – 2.10pm

BBC 6music Stage

DJ Paulette – 7.55pm
DJ Storm – 6.55pm
Nia Archives – 5.55pm
IG Culture – 4.55pm
Shy One – 3.55pm
Gilles Peterson – 2.00pm

Gorillaz’ UK festival exclusive set opens two mammoth weekends for All Points East. APE Presents: Field Day returns on Saturday, August 20 with a double headline appearance by The Chemical Brothers and Kraftwerk.


The following weekend sees headline performances from Tame Impala (Thursday, August 25), The National (Friday, August 26), Disclosure (Saturday, August 27) and Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds (Sunday, August 28).

Back in June, Gorillaz promised that “a new dawn is coming” with the release of a brand new track featuring Thundercat called ‘Cracker Island’.

“It’s nice to be back, I’m well into our new tune, it brings back weird and scary memories of stuff that hasn’t happened yet,” 2D said about the track in a press release.

‘Cracker Island’ marks the first new music from Gorillaz since last year’s ‘Meanwhile’ EP. The three-track offering saw the group enlist the likes of Jelani Blackman, AJ Tracey and Alicai Harley for guest spots.

In a four-star review of the EP – a sonic homage to London’s famous Notting Hill Carnival, cancelled prior to the release of ‘Meanwhile’ – NME called the release “the perfect soundtrack to get you in the spirit before you go and wreck a dancefloor”.

Gorillaz’ last studio album was 2020’s ‘Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez’, which was called “a worthwhile endeavour” in a four-star review by NME.