All Points East add more names to 2021 line-up

The festival will return over the August bank holiday weekend

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All Points East have announced the line-up for the Friday of the 2021 festival, which will take place over the August bank holiday. 

The London festival has already confirmed headliners for the weekend including the likes of Jamie xx, Kano, Bicep, and Foals

Now, London Grammar and Jorja Smith will join them as headlines for the first day of the event (August 27). Also appearing on that day will be the likes of Loyle Carner, Celeste, Mura Masa, Mahalia, Daphni, Floating Points and Kojey Radical. 

Further down the bill, fans will be able to watch performances from Låpsley, Sons Of Kemet, Kelly Lee Owens, Jadu Heart, Enny, Eloise, and Sad Night Dynamite. 

Tickets for the Friday of All Points East 2021 will go on sale today at 12pm and will be priced from £59.95 plus booking fee. You can find more information and purchase tickets here. 

Passes for Jamie xx and Kano’s day have already sold out, with only VIP tickets remaining for the Sunday of the festival, which sees All Points East and Field Day join forces. 

In a press release, Jim King, CEO of European Festivals at AEG Presents, said of the Friday line-up: “We are excited to announce another fantastic line-up for All Points East. On Friday 27 August we will be joined by London Grammar, Jorja Smith, Loyle Carner, Celeste, Mahalia, and many more. We’re delighted to be hosting such brilliant UK talent at our 2021 event and we look forward to welcoming you all back to Victoria Park in August. See you there.”

London Grammar are set to release their new album ‘Californian Soil’ next month, which will explore subjects including “feminism and fame”. Jorja Smith, meanwhile, is rumoured to be releasing her second record this year after dropping her latest single ‘Addicted’ earlier this month. 

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