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April 2020
Festivals

The Kooks and The Wombats are heading up a day of All Points East

More supports for the Tame Impala day are also 'out'.
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Published: 11:25 am, February 18, 2020
The Kooks and The Wombats are heading up a day of All Points East

The Kooks and The Wombats are heading up a day of All Points East.

They join the likes of Tame Impala (23rd May) at the top of the bill - who've also had a bunch of support acts announced today - as well as Massive Attack (24th), Kraftwerk (29th), and two more 'tba' (22nd, 31st).

The supports on the Kooks / Wombats day (30th), will be Tom Walker, Jake Bugg, Gang Of Youths, Gabrielle Aplin, The Lathums, Bloxx, and Lauran Hibberd.

The Kooks say: “We’re so excited to be performing at All Points East this summer! Can’t quite believe it! It’s one we have wanted to play for a long, long time. Just crazy how good the line-up is, we are so honoured to be part of it and we’ll be putting on our finest glad rags and pulling out all the old tunes along with some new ones. Get yourself over to Victoria park, it’s gonna be a big night!”

Also new to the Tame Impala day, are LÅPSLEY, The Avalanches, Yellow Days, sir Was, Crumb, TOPS, Faye Webster, OTHERLiiNE, and Jessy Lanza.

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