All Points East announces huge ‘In The Neighbourhood’ summer programme of free events

So much more than music.

All Points East have announced a huge summer programme of free events in London’s Victoria Park.

The ‘In The Neighbourhood’ programme returns for a second year and offers a range of events including an outdoor cinema, live music, panels and talks as well as street food, beer fairs and wellbeing activities.

The outdoor cinema will be showing Back to The FutureBohemian Rhapsody, Mary Poppins Returns and Black Panther whilst live music will include performances from 47SOUL, London Contemporary Voices and the Grand Union Youth Orchestra.

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Other live music offerings include a showcase for emerging talent and will see performances from Terri Walker, Kitty Durham & Royal Organ Duo and Du Blonde.

The full programme of events can be found here and the programme will run between May 27-30 from 10am-9:30pm in Victoria Park.

All Points East In The Neighbourhood

Meanwhile, Mumford & Sons were recently confirmed as the final headliner of this year’s All Points East festival.

The four-piece join five other headliners (including The Strokes, Christine and the Queens, The Chemical Brothers and Bon Iver) at the Victoria Park, London-held festival, which will be held on two weekends: May 24-26 and May 31 – June 2.

Other acts confirmed to play include John Grant, Hot Chip, Primal Scream, Little Dragon, Spiritualized, Danny Brown, Little Simz and Ibibio Sound Machine.

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Tickets for this latest All Points East day are on sale now and you can buy any remaining tickets here. General sale tickets cost £65 plus booking fee, while VIP tickets start from £139.95 plus booking fee.

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