All Points East 2021 line-up: London Grammar and Jorja Smith to headline Friday festival

Jorja Smith and London Grammar have been unveiled as the final headliners for this year’s All Points East.

They will top the bill in east London’s Victoria Park on Friday August 27, opening a weekend of shows that will also feature headline sets from Jamie xx, Kano, Foals and Bombay Bicycle Club.

Also set to appear on the opening day of the festival are south London rapper Loyle Carner, BBC Sound of 2020 winner Celeste, producer Mura Masa and vocalist Mahalia.

Daphni, Floating Points, Kojey Radical, Låpsley, Sons of Kemet and more will also deliver sets throughout the day. Check out the full line-up below.

All Points East will take place across the August bank holiday weekend, shifting a few months later into the year than its usual May dates.

The Sunday line-up will come courtesy of Field Day, which has relocated from north London and will be headlined by Bicep.

How to get tickets to Field Day 2021

Tickets for Friday August 27 will go on general sale at midday on Tuesday March 30, with tickets starting at £59.95. Buy them here.

Field Day 2021 line-up so far

Friday August 27

  • London Grammar
  • Jorja Smith
  • Loyle Carner
  • Celeste
  • Mura Masa
  • Mahalia
  • Daphni
  • Floating Points
  • Kojey Radical
  • Låpsley
  • Sons of Kemet
  • Kelly Lee Owens
  • Jadu Heart
  • ENNY
  • Eloise
  • Sad Light Dynamite

Saturday August 28

  • Jamie xx
  • Kano
  • Tom Misch
  • Slowthai
  • Little Simz
  • Arlo Parks
  • Nubya Garcia
  • Pa Salieu
  • Romy
  • HAAi
  • Marie Davidson and L’Œil Nu
  • Fred again..
  • Q
  • Seeyousoon

Monday August 30

  • Foals
  • Bombay Bicycle Club
  • Caribou
  • Gang of Youths
  • Róisín Murphy
  • Whitney
  • Jade Bird
  • tUnE-yArDs
  • Nadine Shah
  • Ghostpoet
  • Maisie Peters
  • The Magic Gang
  • Holly Humberstone
  • Octo Octa
  • Flyte
  • Liz Lawrence
  • Olivia Dean
  • Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard
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All Points East 2021 line-up: London Grammar and Jorja Smith to headline Friday festival