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Why You Should Buy Monday Tickets To All Points East

Goat Girl 

As the anticipation builds for Goat Girl’s new album tour, the south London bred quartet play at All Points East, and what a place to get started!

The new album “On All Fours”, produced by Dan Carey (Fontaines D.C. Squid, Black Midi) came out January of this year and they will be showcasing it on the North Arena at 4pm just after Working Mens Club. 

Bombay Bicycle Club

Bombay Bicycle Club is set to play All Points East on Monday at 7.25pm on the West Stage. Their most recent album “Everything Else Has Gone Wrong” peaked at no.4 in the uk charts in 2020 and boy are we excited to finally hear it live! We have not heard much in the way of new music from these guys other than their latest single release “Terrapin Station (ft. Flyte)” which was out May of this year. So we are hopefully anticipating some new tracks they’ve been rumoured to be working on. Only time will tell, we’ll have to see on Monday!


The Canadian born electronic producer Dan Snaith, otherwise known as Caribou will be performing on the East Stage on Monday at 7:15pm. His chilled electronic beats are the perfect accompaniment to sunset on a beautiful summers day at Victoria Park. His tenth record “Suddenly”, released in February of 2020 was met with universal acclaim and an album of remixes there of, was released March of this year.

5 more reasons to buy tickets to All Points East on Monday!

1. Weather 

The weather forecast for Monday is at a lovely 23° in Victoria Park so after an overcast drizzly week, a balmy summers evening is upon us and offers the perfect opportunity to sit back and listen to some great music in the heart of east London.

2. Location

All Points East is situated in Victoria Park which spans 213 acres of open space in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Known by locals as “The Peoples Park” or “Vicky Park”, it opened in 1845, and has hosted All Points East since 2018.

3. Transport

All Points East’s location is very easily accessible! If you want to come by bus, Routes 227, 425, 8, 339 and D6 all stop in the midst of the park and the ole reliable N8 night bus has got you covered after dark (Roman Road being the closest first stop to make sure you get a seat). Victoria Park is also situated a 7 minute walk from Mile End Tube station where you can jump on the Central, District or Hammersmith & City Lines. Or if you fancy a sunny stroll or cycle, Regents Canal and Hertford Union Canal offer access to the park via their towpaths. 


As of today there are still a few remaining tickets for Monday and what better way to spend the last day off your bank holiday weekend? Get them here

5. All Points East App

Festival apps are notoriously shit, but the guys at All Points East have very much put an end to this fact with their new APL app. With its fully interactive gps map, news and easy access to their socials, you can easily navigate the festival and get live updates to ensure you don’t miss a thing. There are also many exclusive offers and competitions for app users only! Finally, the most handy thing about this app is the schedule feature, where you can create your own personalised set schedule for the day. Download here or search “All Points East 2021” on your android. 

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