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November 2019
Festivals

Bring Me The Horizon, Run The Jewels, Idles and more are playing All Points East

The Sheffield band will be topping the bill for their first headline festival set.
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Published: 10:26 am, December 05, 2018
Bring Me The Horizon, Run The Jewels, Idles and more are playing All Points East

Bring Me The Horizon have announced their first UK headline festival slot, curating a day at next year's All Points East.

Held in London's Victoria Park as part of the event's second weekend, the band will play a UK exclusive headline show on 31st May 2019. 

Frontman Oli Sykes explains: “We are excited to be headlining our first festival in the iconic Victoria Park. It’s a privilege to be in the company of headliners like Bon Iver and Chemical Brothers and we are hoping to blow fans away with our carefully curated day of really special artists.”

They'll be joined on the bill by Run The Jewels, Nothing But Thieves, Idles, Scarlxrd and Yonaka, with more acts to be announced.

Other headliners for APE 2019 include the Chemical Brothers, Bon Iver and Christine and the Queens.

Tickets for BMTH's headline day go on sale this Friday, 7th December at 9am.

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