Massive Attack to headline All Points East 2020 – here’s how to get tickets

MASSIVE Attack will headline All Points East Festival on May 24 in London’s Victoria Park, and the line up looks incredible.

The Bristol based band will perform in a UK festival exclusive, with the group bringing their incredible live set up and iconic visuals to East London.

 Massive Attack will headline All Points East Festival this May


Massive Attack will headline All Points East Festival this MayCredit: Outside Organisation

Massive Attack will perform on May 24, and will be supported by none other than Nils Frahm, Young Fathers, Neneh Cherry, Sevdaliza, GAIKA, Skinny Pelembe, Hotel Lux and Mad Professor.

Tickets will set you back £59.95 and go on sale 31 January at 10am, and will be available from AXS – so make sure to set those alarms.

  • Get tickets to see Massive Attack at All Points East Festival – buy here

Their live shows are legendary, with Robert Del Naja incorporating his love of art and technology to create powerful visuals that address environmental, political and humanitarian issues. These topics feel more relevant than ever in 2020, making their appearance at All Points East all the more potent.

The East London festival has already booked the legendary Kraftwerk, who will be celebrating 50 years since the release of their debut album.

They’ll be joined on the bill by Iggy Pop – so it’s sure to be an unmissable show.

Australian psychedelic rockers Tame Impala have also been announced , and there’s still a number of shows to go.

All Points East has a track record of huge bookings, including The Strokes, Bon Iver, The Chemical Brothers, Christine and the Queens, and more

Kraftwerk to headline All Points East 2020 with support from Iggy Pop.

Alternatively, Taylor Swift is playing British Summertime in Hyde Park next year if you want some pop.

If you’d rather something a bit more rockier, you can get tickets to Pearl Jam at BST here. 

Neneh Cherry and Youssou N’Dour had a hit with the song 7 Seconds in 1994

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