The Strokes will return to Victoria Park on Friday 25th August to headline All Points East 2023. It’s set to be a huge day of rock from New York and beyond – tickets go on general sale on Friday 27th January at 10am GMT here.
The New York rockers first played All Points East in 2019, as they returned to the stage for their first UK performance in four years.
Joining The Strokes on Friday 25th August are New York contemporaries Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Formed in 2000, the trio emerged from the same bustling underground scene in New York that took the world by storm.
Indie queer artist from Norway, Girl in Red, comes to All Points East for the first time. After winning three Norwegian GRAMMYs for her 2021 debut solo album If I Could Make It Go Quiet, she released single ‘October Passed Me By’ last year, produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner.
Australian punks Amyl and The Sniffers join the line-up this summer. Fronted by Amy Taylor, the ARIA award-winning band have earned a reputation for their raucous live performances and released their sophomore album Comfort to Me in 2021.
Good Times singer, Angel Olsen, will also be heading to Victoria Park this year. Having released her sixth studio album Big Time last June, the American singer-songwriter is set to make a spellbinding All Points East debut.
Next on the bill are Mercury Prize nominees black midi. Further additions to the line-up include Los Angeles-based three-piece Julie, young power trio HotWax and future festival headliner Nieve Ella.
Stormzy was announced as All Points East’s first headliner. In a UK exclusive show, Stormzy has teamed up with All Points East to headline and curate his own line-up for ‘This Is What We Mean Day’ on Friday 18th August.