The Big Moon, Marika Hackman, Pumarosa and loads more acts have been added to both weekends
All Points East has expanded its line-up, announcing a huge wave of new names across the event.
The London festival will take place in Victoria Park across two weekends. LCD Soundsystem, The xx, and Björk will headline a three day festival weekend 25-27 May. The following weekend (1-3 June), Catfish and The Bottlemen, The National and Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds will headline three APE Presents gigs. A mid-week schedule – featuring movies, live music, street food and panels – has also been announced.
Leading the latest new additions to the line-up, Hot Chip, Warpaint, Lil Silva, Emerald and Tiffany Calver will all perform DJ sets at the first festival weekend. Jelani Blackman, Harvey Causon, Vessels, Nik Void from Factory Floor, Bakar, Rival, Poté, Reeps One, Aadae, Benin City, Joel Culpepper and Mina Rose will also be performing live at the JagerHaus.
Meanwhile The Big Moon, Marika Hackman, Pumarosa and Gengahr are all set to play at APE Presents shows taking place between 1-3 June. Yowl, Life, Sorry, Lady Bird, Sweaty Palms, Superfood, Night Flight, Cosmo Sheldrake, Club Kuru, Cavetown, Lost Under Heaven, Black Foxxes, The Shacks, Lucia and Malena Zavala have also joined the bill for a massively expanded second weekend.
Many new performers for APE’s Firestone stage have also been confirmed. Mavi Phoenix, Yonaka, Mellah, Two Feet, E^st, Blossom Caldarone, Laura Misch, Anais, Cuco, Kelsey Lu, Karryn, Mattiel, Jynx, Sarah Meth and Naked Elephant during the festival weekend. During APE Presents… Fire Fences, Sea Girls, Girli, Stereo Honey, Warhaus, All We Are, Flyte, St Leonard’s Horses, Oh Brother, To Kill A King, Matt Maltese and Fall legend Brix Smith will all perform at the stage across both weekends.
More scheduling for mid-week events has also been announced. Along with live performances fromToo Many Man ft Fay Milton from Savages, DJ Chris Tofu MBE, Palestinian artist 47SOUL, Dutch trio My Baby and more, All Points East will also be screening films including The Breakfast Club, Dirty Dancing, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, and many others. The full program can be found here.
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