Festivals: Broken Social Scene, Public Service Broadcasting and more join The National’s All Points East show

Broken Social Scene, Public Service Broadcasting and more join The National’s All Points East show

Rostam, Spoon and Cat Power are also set to play.

The National are set to play at All Points East on Saturday 2nd June and they already have some pretty impressive support from the likes of The War On Drugs, Future Islands and Warpaint.

Now the line-up for their show has been expanded, and there’s some epic names set to join the band. Both Canadian supergroup Broken Social Scene and Public Service Broadcasting will be playing at the event, with Spoon, Rostam and Cat Power also joining the bill. Amber Run and This Is The Kit are also set to play the event. 

Other acts set to play at All Points East this year include LCD Soundsystem, The xx, Björk and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, with acts such as Beck, Lorde, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, St Vincent, Father John Misty and loads more set to join the headliners. 

The National’s All Points East show takes place on Saturday 2nd June. Tickets are on sale now.

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