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April 2020
Festivals

Bombay Bicycle Club, Loyle Carner, Everything Everything and more are playing this year's All Points East

They've been announced for Friday 22nd May in London's Victoria Park.
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Published: 1:15 pm, February 28, 2020 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Bombay Bicycle Club, Loyle Carner, Everything Everything and more are playing this year's All Points East

Bombay Bicycle Club have been announced as another of the headliners for this year's All Points East.

They'll be joined on Friday, 22nd May by Loyle Carner, Everything Everything, Nadine Shah, Lianne La Havas, Nilüfer Yanya, The Orielles and Gengahr, with tickets on sale from Tuesday, 3rd March.

Other headliners for this year's All Points East already announced include Tame Impala (23rd May), Massive Attack (24th), Kraftwerk (29th), and a double header from The Wombats and The Kooks (30th May). The festival takes place in London's Victoria Park.

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