The festival, hosted annually in east London’s Victoria Park, opened on August 18 with Stormzy headlining. Field Day took place on August 19.
Festival goers and music fans have had a week to recover, but All Points East is back for another weekend of live music.
If you’re heading down to the park on Saturday, August 25, find out what you need to know below.
All Points East set times on Saturday
Headliner Jungle will take to the stage at 9.25pm. But the music kicks off seven hours earlier with Scarlett O’Malley at 2pm.
For a full list of set times on Saturday, see below:
Scarlett O’Malley: 2pm
Pretty Girl: 2.40pm
Ragz Originale: 3pm
Karen Nyame KG: 3.10pm
Charlotte Day Wilson: 3.55pm
MoMa Ready: 4.10pm
070 Shake: 5.05.pm
The Blessed Madonna: 5.05pm
15 Years of Night Slugs with BokBok and Girl Unit: 5.10pm
Lil Silva: 5.30pm
Saint Ludo: 6.05pm
Teki Latex: 6.10pm
Nia Archives: 6.40pm
Future Utopia: 6.55pm
Jamz Supernova: 7.10pm
Dylan Sinclair: 7.40pm
Saint Ludo: 7.40pm
Erykah Badu: 8.15pm
Sofia Isella: 8.30pm
How to get to Victoria Park
Victoria Park can be accessed via the Central line from Bethnal Green and Mile End stations. Alternatively, Mile End also has the District and Hammersmith and City lines.
For those on the Overground, Cambridge Heath and London Fields are a short walk away from the west side of the park, while Hackney Wick is to the east and Homerton is to the north.
Many residential roads surrounding the park will be closed to traffic, so buses may be diverted before they reach the park. The following buses pass near Victoria Park: 8, 277, 309, 339, 388, D3, and D6.
Taxis will be able to collect festival goers at the end of the event at a pick-up area approximately 500 metres from the exit.
Weather forecast for Saturday
Highs of 19 degrees are expected, with light rain in the afternoon and early evening, according to the Met Office.
Forecasters have predicted: “Sunshine and showers through this period, showers heavy and possibly thundery on Saturday. Temperatures near or slightly below average.”