All Points East festival will be screening movies for FREE during their All Points Equal build-up event in London.
The festival's event is coming to Victoria Park during May, which will sandwich between its main gigs featuring the likes of LCD Soundsystem, Beck and St. Vincent across two weekends.
All Points East will celebrate 100 years of votes for some women and 90 years of equal voting for both men and women. To mark the initiative they'll be screening the likes of Disney's Moana, Suffragette, as well as Made in Dagenham.
Elsewhere the event will have street food curated by Sourced Food and pop-up bars. Plus there'll be yoga training sessions, along with children's theatre and football workshops for free, too.
The music line-up will feature Hackney Colliery Band, Holy Moly and the Crackers, along with an all-female brass band, Break Out Brass and dance act 47Soul.
There'll also be an immersive Suffragette rally in partnership with the Museum of London along with a live panel discussion featuring Emmeline Pankhurst's great-grandaughter, Dr Helen Pankhurst.
The new festival replaces Lovebox and Citadel, which have now moved to a new location. The line-up features Lorde, The XX, Sampha, Björk, Django Django, Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs, Phoenix, Glass Animals, Superorganism, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, The National, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and many many more.
All Points Equal will be open from 10am - 9.30pm on Bank Holiday Monday on May 28.
All Points East in the Neighbourhood free events with bars and food run May 29 - 31.
All Points East festival takes place between Friday, May 25 - Sunday, May 27, then three more gigs will be hosted on Friday, June 1 - Sunday June, 3. Head this way to buy tickets.
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