All Points East lineup: Tame Impala and Glass Animals to play London festival in 2020

Tickets go on sale later this week

Jacob Stolworthy
Tuesday 19 November 2019 11:33
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Kevin Parker performing with Tame Impala
Kevin Parker performing with Tame Impala

The first wave of acts for next year’s All Points East festival has been announced.

Headlining the first date scheduled to take place in London’s Victoria Park next May is Tame Imapla, the Australian band led by Kevin Parker.

The performance will be their only one to take place in the UK in 2020.

Tame Imapala are releasing their next album, titled The Slow Rush, on 14 February.

Also performing at the festival will be Glass Animals, Caribou, Whitney and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever.

This year’s festival, which took place across two weekends, was headlined by The Chemical Brothers, The Strokes, Christine and the Queens and Bring Me the Horizon.

Other headline acts included Mumford & Sons and Bon Iver.

All Points East runs from 22-31 May. Find ticket information here.

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