Mumford and Sons are confirmed for festival season (Picture: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)The final headliner for All Points East 2019 has been unveiled, and the festival just keeps getting better.
Mumford and Sons will be at the top of the bill on 1 June, taking their unique brand of folk rock to the main stage in Victoria Park, London
Fans can expect to hear hits like Little Lion Man, The Cave, I Will Wait and Guiding Light during the Grammy winning band’s set – and the support acts aren’t half bad either.
In a rather strange move – but one we are most definitely here for – Dizzee Rascal will be supporting the banjo-strumming band this summer.
Dizzee Rascal will be providing support (Picture: Samir Hussein/Redferns via Getty Images)Joining him will be Leon Bridges, The Vaccines, Dermot Kennedy, Jade Bird, Gretta Ray, Dizzy, and, fresh from his Critics’ Choice win at the Brits, Sam Fender.
More acts are set to be announced.
All Points East, in its second year, is shaping up to be one of the more impressive line-ups of the summer.
The first weekend from 24 to 26 May boasts headline sets from The Chemical Brothers, The Strokes and Christine and the Queens, with support coming from acts including Hot Chip, Interpol, The Raconteurs, James Blake and Metronomy.
The following weekend will see Bring Me To The Horizon, Mumford and Sons and Bon Iver play, with First Aid Kit, Architects and Run The Jewels also on the bill.
Tickets for the Mumford and Sons date are on sale Tuesday, 26 February at 9am.
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