Having announced a UK exclusive appearance from headliners The National, as well as a massive supporting lineup which saw War On Drugs, Future Islands, Warpaint and The Districts take the stage at Victoria Park, All Points East has announced it’s latest names for it’s Saturday bill.
With a new album on the horizon, Chan Marshall will be bringing the intensely emotional songwriting of her Cat Power monicker, alongside Public Service Broadcasting, Broken Social Scene, Spoon, Amber Run and This Is The Kit.
NEW ACTS ADDED ❯ APE Presents: @TheNational ❯ Saturday 2 June
Tickets ❯ https://t.co/Un2j5RvtpE
Joining @TheNational will be @thewarondrugs @futureislands @_Warpaint @CatPower @PSB_UK @BSSmusic @Spoontheband @AmberRun @ThisIsTheKit @TheDistrictsPa @matsoR + more TBA! pic.twitter.com/32GNwBA2Sk
— All Points East (@allpointseastuk) January 25, 2018
APE Presents sees All Points East take over a second weekend in Victoria Park for three more massive shows. Alongside The National, APE Presents will also see Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds and Catfish and the Bottlemen descend onto East London.
Setting up shops for 10 days in Victoria Park, the festival will see six days of music, with the site opening up during the week with a programme filled with events, talks, screenings and more free for the local community to enjoy. The festival will also look to promote the local economy by engaging local businesses to provide drinks, promotional materials and merchandise.
Tickets for the show are available now from the All Points East website. For more info on All Points East why not visit our festival profile.