The Strokes announced as headliners for All Points East 2023

After previously headlining the event in 2019, The Strokes have now been announced as the second act to top the bill at this year's All Points East.

Alongside the veteran indie-rockers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Angel Olsen, girl in red, Amyl and The Sniffers, black midi, Julie, HotWax and Nieve Ella will also perform at London's Victoria Park on the 25th August, following the Stormzy-curated ‘This Is What We Mean Day’ on Friday 18th August.

Tickets will go on general sale this Friday (27th August) at 10am GMT with more information available at allpointseastfestival.com.

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