All Points East: Jorja Smith and London Grammar announced as latest additions to star-studded line-up

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Further acts have been announced for this year’s All Points East festival.

Jorja Smith and London Grammar have been unveiled as the final headliners for the music festival, which is scheduled to take place in East London’s Victoria Park on the Bank holiday weekend from 27 to 30 August.

Other headline sets previously announced include Jamie xx, Foals, Kano and Bombay Bicycle Club.

British rapper Loyle Carner, 2020 Brit Awards Rising Star winner Celeste, producer Mura Masa, and Mahalia will also be performing.

Other acts featured on the bill include Daphni, Låpsley, Sons of Kemet, Kelly Lee Jones, Jadu Heart, Floating Points, Kojey Radical, ENNY, Eloise, and Sad Night Dynamite.

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Sunday’s (29 August) acts will be part of Field Day festival, which has relocated from its venue in north London to Victoria Park.

You can find the latest line-up for All Points East below.

Friday August 27

  • London Grammar

  • Jorja Smith

  • Loyle Carner

  • Celeste

  • Mura Masa

  • Mahalia

  • Daphni

  • Floating Points

  • Kojey Radical

  • Låpsley

  • Sons of Kemet

  • Kelly Lee Owens

  • Jadu Heart

  • ENNY

  • Eloise

  • Sad Light Dynamite

Saturday August 28

  • Jamie xx

  • Kano

  • Tom Misch

  • Slowthai

  • Little Simz

  • Arlo Parks

  • Nubya Garcia

  • Pa Salieu

  • Romy

  • HAAi

  • Marie Davidson and L’Œil Nu

  • Fred again..

  • Q

  • Seeyousoon

Monday August 30

  • Foals

  • Bombay Bicycle Club

  • Caribou

  • Gang of Youths

  • Róisín Murphy

  • Whitney

  • Jade Bird

  • tUnE-yArDs

  • Nadine Shah

  • Ghostpoet

  • Maisie Peters

  • The Magic Gang

  • Holly Humberstone

  • Octo Octa

  • Flyte

  • Liz Lawrence

  • Olivia Dean

  • Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard

Last year’s festival was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, with Tame Impala, Massive Attack, The Kooks, The Wombats and Kwaftwerk having been due to headline.

You can find a full list of all the festivals planning to go ahead this summer here, from Parklife to Reading and Leeds.