All Points East has confirmed it will go ahead this year after being cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

One of the biggest festivals in London, the event is set to take place in east London's Victoria Park across one weekend from August 27-30.

Tickets can be purchased from Ticketmaster, Festicket and AXS. Prices currently start from £78.95 at Ticketmaster and AXS, while Festicket's prices start at £66.40.

This year will see performances from R&B songstress Jorja Smith, London Grammar, Jamie XX, Kano, Bombay Bicycle Club, Foals, Slowthai and many more.

All Points East will run for four days over the August bank holiday and ticket holders will need to show their NHS COVID Pass in order to gain entry.

Jorja Smith is headlining this year's All Points East festival (

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The festival said in a statement: “We want to provide the very best fan experience and keep our visitors safe, therefore in line with advice and guidance from the UK and local government, you will be required to present your NHS COVID Pass to gain access to All Points East, and to help us to reduce the risk of COVID-19. More details on the pass can be found on our website and the NHS website.”

The NHS COVID pass will allow attendees to provide proof of a double vaccination at least 14 days before the event, a negative PCR or lateral flow test within 48 hours of the event, or natural immunity shown by a positive PCR test at least 180 days prior to the event.

Tickets for London's All Points East festival are selling fast, with many people eager to attend after the event was cancelled last year. Here's where you can currently get tickets:

The All Points East festival has also been given permission to expand its capacity for Friday 27 August and Saturday 28 August, with extra tickets now on sale.

Last year, the event was meant to take place in London’s Victoria Park on two consecutive weekends from May 22 until May 31.

However, the festival's organisers decided to cancel it due to concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.

The event was due to see the likes of Tame Impala, Massive Attack, Bombay Bicycle Club and The Kooks to headline.

All Points East announced it will be going ahead in August 2021 after England dropped all legal restrictions on large gatherings on July 19.

A number of festivals are asking fans to show their COVID-19 status this year, including Reading & Leeds.

The event, which is set to take place over the August Bank Holiday, will start with a bang as Liam Gallagher is one of six headliners to perform.

Dance festival Creamfields is returning for the August Bank Holiday weekend - and all ticket holders will need to demonstrate their COVID-19 status to gain access.

Organisers confirmed tickets went in "record-breaking time" and they have promised the party of the summer.