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All Points East lineup times for Monday: What time is Haim on stage?

Haim will be headlining All Points East festival this Monday  (Tierney Gearon/Elle UK/PA)
Haim will be headlining All Points East festival this Monday (Tierney Gearon/Elle UK/PA)

All Points East is back for another weekend of live music, with Haim, the Strokes, Jungle and Dermot Kennedy taking the headline spot this time.

On Monday, August 28, the August bank holiday, the Los Angeles trio Haim is scheduled to top the lineup at the Victoria Park festival, the band’s only headline performance in Europe this year.

The band released their third and latest studio album, Women In Music Pt III, in 2020. The sisters previously disclosed that they were back in the studio composing their upcoming full-length album.

Find out all you need to know below if you plan on visiting the festival on Monday, August 28.

All Points East set times

Headliner Haim take the stage at 8.55pm but music for the day starts at 2pm with Deb Grant.

Here is the full list of set times on Monday.

  • Deb Grant: 2pm

  • Kaeto: 2.30pm

  • ADMT: 2.40pm

  • Isabel LaRosa: 2.55pm

  • Don Letts: 3pm

  • Unflirt: 3.10pm

  • Daughters of Frank: 3.25pm

  • Mae Stephens: 3.30pm

  • Tamino: 3.40pm

  • Durand Jones: 3.50pm

  • Valencia Grace: 3.55pm

  • Anu: 4pm

  • Theo Bleak: 4.20pm

  • Daughters of Frank: 4.30pm

  • Snail Mail: 4.30pm

  • Avalon Emerson & The Charm: 4.55pm

  • Joesef: 5pm

  • Eclair Fifi: 5.10pm

  • Bby: 5.10pm

  • Gigi: 5.35pm

  • Griff: 5.40pm

  • Romy: 6.05pm

  • Tove Lo: 6.10pm

  • Marie Davidson: 6.20pm

  • Paris Paloma: 6.25pm

  • Nieve Ella: 7pm

  • Raw Silk: 7pm

  • Girl in Red: 7pm

  • Confidence Man: 7.30pm

  • Peach: 7.30pm

  • FKJ: 7.45pm

  • Nell Mescal: 8.10pm

  • Haim: 8.55pm

How to get to Victoria Park

Bethnal Green station on the the Central line and Mile End on the Central, Hammersmith and City and District lines are the nearest tube stops to Victoria Park.

The nearest London Overground stations are Cambridge Heath and London Fields to the west, Hackney Wick to the east and Homerton to the north.

Buses may be redirected before they arrive at the park because many of the residential roads that surround it will be off-limits to traffic. Victoria Park is near to stops on the following routes: 8, 277, 309, 339, 388, D3, and D6.

At the end of the day, taxis will be allowed to pick up festival attenders at a pick-up location about 500 metres from the exit.

Weather forecast for Monday

Fans heading on Monday August 28 to the festival will not need to bring a raincoat.

According to the Met Office, the day will start off sunny with temperatures around 16C. The skies will then turn cloudy towards late morning and afternoon but temperatures will rise and stay about 20C.

Highs of 21C and lows of 14C are forecast so a light jacket is recommended for the evening as it might get a little cold.