The Chemical Brothers, Tame Impala, Disclosure Among Headliners For All Point East 2022
Kraftwerk, James Blake, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and Gorillaz are also among the stars performing at next year’s star-studded event in London.
The Chemical Brothers, Disclosure, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, The National, Tame Impala, Gorillaz and Kraftwerk are among the headliners for All Points East 2022 – see the full line-up below.
As announced last week (November 19), the festival, which is held in London’s Victoria Park, will return for two editions in 2022, running run across two weekends: Friday, August 19 – Saturday, August 20 and Thursday, August 25 – Sunday, August 28.
Gorillaz and IDLES headline on Friday, August 19 with The Chemical Brothers and Kraftwerk headlining the following night and the following taking top billing – Tame Impala (August 25), The National and Fleet Foxes (August 26), Disclosure and James Blake (August 27) and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and Michael Kiwanuka on August 28.
Joining the headliners at All Points East 2022 are the likes of IDLES, Caroline Polachek, Michael Kiwanuka, Fleet Foxes and more. Pre-sale early bird tickets are available now. Visit the event’s official website for the full line-up and for further information.
All Points East took place over the August Bank Holiday weekend this year after the coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of its 2020 event, and saw performances from the likes of Foals, Bombay Bicycle Club, Jamie xx, London Grammar, Kano, Jorja Smith and Caribou.
In a four-star review of the festival, NME wrote: “Every single event that has been able to open its gates over the last month has brought a fervent, feverish energy with it, with fans not only making up for lost time, but scrambling to savor every last drop before the season disappears.
“Maybe it’s this feeling – as well as the presence of thousands of revelers travelling back from a weekend at Reading Festival to continue the party for one more day – that makes the final day of All Points East 2021 feel like a proper celebration.”