PREVIEW: All Points East @ Victoria Park, London, 01/06/2019

The Verse’s Autumn Micketti previews the All Points East before the event at Victoria Park on 1st June 2019. 

Just in time for the end of the term! All Points East is putting on several amazing shows with incredible line ups all in Victoria Park in London. On June 1st, Victoria Park will be overflowing with music fans gearing up to witness the line up curated by that day’s headliner, Mumford & Sons. With over 10 years of touring and recording experience, Mumford & Sons have created a tight-knit community of musicians and artists.

The Gentlemen of the Road brand was created by Mumford & Sons in order to share their music and support musicians whom they were fans of all while creating community between fans and artists. This All Points East is a collaboration with GOTR and allowed Mumford & Sons to choose which artists they want playing alongside them.

The line up includes: Leon Bridges, a Texas native who has mixed funk and Motown style sounds into irresistible beats; Dizzee Rascal, one of the pioneers of the grime genre and UK native; The Vaccines, a hard rock group that have been playing alongside Mumford & Sons since their early beginnings; Dermot Kennedy, a Dublin born singer-songwriter that incorporates hip-hop into his acoustic sound; The Staves, a UK based group comprised of three sisters who have angelic harmonies. There will be even more acts announced with the days leading up to the show.

This amazing line up is guaranteed to give festival attendees an unforgettable experience. Tickets are on sale now at www.allpointseastfestival.com

The Verse Staff

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