All Points East just got even more ridiculous, adding The Big Moon, Marika Hackman, Pumarosa and loads more.

Are there any bands left not playing the new London bash?
We all know London’s All Points East festival has the most ridiculous line-up of summer 2018, with LCD Soundsystem, Lorde, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Björk, The xx and loads, loads more.

Adding more great bands to that bill would be ridiculous. Unfair almost. So, obviously, that’s exactly what’s happened.

Joining the line-up across both weekends – the first three day festival and the three individual, APE Presents… shows the following week – are acts including The Big Moon, Marika Hackman, Pumarosa, Superfood, Matt Maltese, Black Foxxes, Yowl, LIFE, Yonaka, Girli and Sea Girls.

Basically the Dork all stars, then.

The festival is packing two new stages. Jägermeister will be bringing their JägerHaus to All Points East, playing host to DJ sets from Hot Chip, Lil Silva, Emerald, Tiffany Calver and Warpaint as well as performances from Jelani Blackman, Harvey Causon, Vessels, Nik Void (Factory Floor), Bakar, Rival, Poté (live), Reeps One, Aadae, Benin City, Joel Culpepper and Mina Rose.

The APE Presents… shows the following weekend will feature Mercury Prize nominees The Big Moon, Marika Hackman, Pumarosa, Yowl, Gengahr, Life, Sorry, Lady Bird, Sweaty Palms, Superfood, Night Flight, Cosmo Sheldrake, Club Kuru, Cavetown, Lost Under Heaven, Black Foxxes, The Shacks, Lucia and Malena Zavala.

The Firestone stage, meanwhile, will host sets from Mavi Phoenix, Yonaka, Mellah, Two Feet, E^st, Blossom Caldarone, Laura Misch, Anais, Cuco, Kelsey Lu, Karryn, Mattiel, Jynx, Sarah Meth and Naked Elephant during the festival weekend. During APE Presents… Fire Fences, Sea Girls, Girli, Stereo Honey, Warhaus, All We Are, Flyte, St Leonard’s Horses, Oh Brother, To Kill A King, Matt Maltese and Brix Smith will all feature.

You can find the full splits in the images below. All Points East takes place between 25th May and 3rd June. Tickets are on sale now.

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