A brand new festival All Points East is coming to Victoria Park for ten days in summer 2018.
The inaugural event will take place in London from May 25 - June 3.
The festival will culminate the following weekend with three stand alone headline shows including The National on June 2.
Meanwhile the week in between will see a four-day community focused event with an entertainment programme of comedy, food, outdoor cinema and more.
Organisers AEG and Goldenvoice beat out competition from previous Victoria Park events Lovebox and Field Day to exclusively hold events at the park.
They are both scheduled to be moving to other venues for 2018 editions.
The National will perform their biggest headline show to date at the event saying: "After a thrilling four sold out shows at the Eventim Apollo in September, we are excited to take over Victoria Park next summer.
"We are already thinking about ways to make this more than just a show."
The xx meanwhile will return for another huge live moment, after breaking records by selling out seven nights at the O2 Brixton Academy.
Further headline artists and support acts are expected to be announced in the coming months and ahead of the event in May 2018.
Who's on the lineup?
Friday May 25 - LCD Soundsystem / Yeah Yeah Yeah / Phoenix / Glass Animals / Richie Hawtin / Dixon / George FitzGerald / more tbc
Saturday May 26 - The xx / Lorde / Sampha / Popcaan / Lykke Li / Rex Orange County / more tbc
Sunday May 27 - Bjork / Beck / Father John Misty / Flying Lotus 3D / Mashrou' Leila / Sylvan Esso / Alexis Taylor / Agoria live / more tbc
Saturday June 2 - The National / The War On Drugs / Future Islands / Warpaint / The Districts / more tbc
Plus more acts and dates are yet to be announced.
Where can I buy tickets?
When do they go on sale?
Tickets for All Points East are now on sale.
How much are they?
For APE Presents The National and guests tickets will cost £67.20-£100.20.
Meanwhile All Points East Festival day tickets are £67.20- £100.20, two day admission tickets are £114.95, three day tickets are £169.95.
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