Festivals Christine & The Queens to headline All Points East alongside Metronomy, Beach House and more

Christine & The Queens to headline All Points East alongside Metronomy, Beach House and more

Bon Iver and The Chemical Brothers have already been announced to headline the Victoria Park bash next summer.

Christine & The Queens is the next act revealed to headline 2019’s All Points East!

The singer, who released second album ‘Chris’ back in September, joins The Chemical Brothers and Bon Iver in headlining the second edition of the festival, which runs over two weeks in London’s Victoria Park.

She’ll be joined by Metronomy, Beach House, Rina Sawayama, Kurt Vile and more on Sunday 26th May.

Maribou State, HONNE, Toro Y Moi, Ezra Collective, Baloji and Cuco complete the line-up.

Christine & The Queens continues her European tour in support of ‘Chris’ this month, playing tonight (4th December) in Nantes.

Read our review of her fantastic London show and catch up with our September cover feature all about ‘Chris’, and view the remaining dates below.

DECEMBER
04 Nantes, Zenith
05 Bordeaux, Metropole Arena
06 Montpellier, Zenith Sud
11 Geneva, Arena
12 Strasbourg, Zenith
14 Lyon, Halle Tony Garnier
15 Toulouse, Zenith
18 Paris, AccorHotels Arena

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