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This Year’s All Points East Festival 2023

London’s Rock, Indie, and Alt-Music is back in Victoria Park!

The 10-day-long Indie-rock festival that is All Points East is back from the 18th to the 28th of August 2023 in London’s Victoria Park.

This festival features everything alternative and eclectic so if you’re a fan of indie music, this is definitely the event for you. For 2023, All Points East will return to London Park this August, and will once again be expanding its lineup over two weekends.

This Year’s Performers

So who can you expect to see there? It’s hard to beat last year’s list lineups with top artists such as Stormzy RAYE, Gabriels, Nia Archives, and The Blessed Madonna. Although this year, they’re going back to the OG classics of indie rock & Alt music with an epic lineup that you can’t help but get excited about.

This year’s lineup features The Strokes, Jungle, Haim, Dermot Kennedy, Stormzy, and much more. Whichever artist you’re there to see is your personal preference but we can definitely say that there’s something for everyone.

What’s going on at the Park

All Points East isn’t just a festival of music. It actually has lots of things like funfair rides, attractions, and games so you can have the best experience. In fact, you’ll be leaving the park on cloud 9. And it would be a good festival without good merch.

Official merchandise sellers will be located around the event site, selling a variety of event and artist items. All official merchandise is ethically sourced and verified.

You can also be sure to find a good snack or meal to eat as they will have a wide range of food traders and bars serving beer, wine, spirits, cocktails, and soft drinks. 

For more information on All Points East 2023, visit their website.

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