It's now just under a month since All Points East took over Victoria Park with two weekends of world-class music and a programme of free community events.
Bad weather didn't dampen the French pop star's electric headlining performance at All Points East on Sunday, where she, and her dance troupe, stormed the stage and set it ablaze.
With four critically acclaimed albums under his belt, James Blake felt like a spot on North Stage headliner for All Points East's eclectic third day.
As soon as The Strokes swaggered on stage and burst into Heart in a Cage it was clear they weren't messing around.
Hot Chip's colourful catalogue of bratty but lovable synth-pop clearly keeps the rain at bay, because the moment the quintet leave the All Points East stage the heavens open, and Victoria Park becomes a swamp of rave kids and panic.
Curated by AEG Presents, All Points East is bringing an impressive line-up of multi-flavoured music to Victoria Park from May 24-26 and May 31-June 2.
Victoria Park - or 'Vicky Park' as the locals know it - has been the setting for many important events over the years. Here, we take a look at its unique cultural history.
The team behind All Points East have put together a mouth-watering line-up of local food and drink traders who will be fuelling the festival in May.
This year, All Points East will be joining forces with even more local partners to bring a packed programme of free events across May half term.
All Points East will be returning to Victoria Park next month with two weekends of diverse music and a free community festival.
Is This It? The NYC-rockers, who have five Top 10 albums to their name, will headline on Saturday May 25 as All Points East announces its latest batch of big-name performers.
Christine and the Queens has been announced as the latest headliner of All Points East 2019.
The indie/folk band Bon Iver will close the second All Points East festival with a headline gig in Victoria Park on Sunday June 2.
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