ALL POINTS EAST FESTIVAL: FOALS AND BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB
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All Points East can excitingly reveal the next day of the festival featuring Foals, Bombay Bicycle Club, Caribou, Gang of Youths, Whitney, Jade Bird, Tune-Yards, Nadine Shah, Ghostpoet and many more of the UK’s best artists will join the essential music festival, on Monday 30 August.
Spanning a career of over a decade, Foals are one of the UK’s most celebrated live acts, ever the best festival performers or arena-filling mainstays of the international touring circuit. Now, six albums in, the 2020 BRIT Award winners are bringing their energy and incredible catalogue to All Points East on August 30.
Bombay Bicycle Club will join them on Bank Holiday Monday. Last year, the Mercury Prize nominees and Ivor Novello winners (for Best Album for So Long, See You Tomorrow) returned for the first time in four years after announcing their hiatus in 2016, to much anticipation from both fans and the industry. Their comeback track ‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)’ was certainly worth waiting for, and offered an exciting glimpse into the sonic palette on their fourth Top 10 album, Everything Else Has Gone Wrong – described by The Independent as “an album that upholds Bombay Bicycle Club’s position as one of indie music’s most inventive bands.”
Also joining the line-up for Monday 30 August are Maisie Peters, The Magic Gang, Holly Humberstone, Octo Octa, Flyte, Liz Lawrence, Olivia Dean and Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard.
For fans with disabilities wishing to book accessible viewing areas, please visit the festival website – https://www.allpointseastfestival.com/info/accessibility
All prices are launch prices and subject to change.
Please note that there may be additional measures in place to ensure the safety of staff and guests in relation to COVID-19 which may vary according to health and safety and government advice at the time of the Event (and your breach of any of these may lead to you being refused entry and/or ejected from the Event).
Presented by All Points East.
Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian (18 or over). Children under the age of 2 will be admitted free of charge and do not need a ticket. All children aged 2 and over must have their own ticket.