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All Points East Announce The Strokes, The Raconteurs, and More for 2019

All Points East returns to London’s Victoria Park for a six-day festival of electronic, indie, and rock music, split over two weekends.

The London festival has today announced a rake of new headliners who will be joining The Chemical BrothersChristine and the QueensBon IverBring Me the Horizon, and Run the Jewels.

With the line-up standing the way it is, it is pretty hard to see how it can possibly be improved upon, but it is looking like a further announcement is due, given that Saturday June 1st is still drawing a blank, and the poster still states that more acts are to be announced.

Organisers have just announced that New York rockers, The Strokes, have been confirmed to play on May 25th. They will be joined by the Jack White-led The RaconteursJohnny MarrParquet CourtsAnna CalviCourtney BarnettBakarJarvis Cocker, and The Viagra Boys.

We’re sure you’ll agree that the All Points East Festival 2019 programme is looking sweet as a nut, and with more to be announced, we can see the tickets selling out fast.

FESTIVAL DETAILS

All Points East Festival 2019

Date: Friday, May 24th – Sunday, June 2nd (Split over two weekends)

Venue: Victoria Park, London, E3

Artists: The Strokes, The Chemical Brothers, Christine and the Queens, Hot Chip, The Raconteurs, Interpol, James Blake, and more.

Tickets: Friday 24th May £62.95+booking fee. Saturday 25th May £65.00+booking fee. Sunday 26th May £59.95+booking fee. Friday 31st May £59.95+booking fee. Sunday 2nd June £62.95+booking fee. Further ticket options also available, including VIP and full weekend tickets (full w/end tickets yet to be announced).

 

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For further details, plus photos, videos, and ticket information, head to our All Points East 2019 festival page.

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