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Find out all you need to know below if you plan on visiting the festival on Monday, August 28.
All Points East set times
Headliner Haim take the stage at 8.55pm but music for the day starts at 2pm with Deb Grant.
Here is the full list of set times on Monday.
Deb Grant: 2pm
Isabel LaRosa: 2.55pm
Don Letts: 3pm
Daughters of Frank: 3.25pm
Mae Stephens: 3.30pm
Durand Jones: 3.50pm
Valencia Grace: 3.55pm
Theo Bleak: 4.20pm
Daughters of Frank: 4.30pm
Snail Mail: 4.30pm
Avalon Emerson & The Charm: 4.55pm
Eclair Fifi: 5.10pm
Tove Lo: 6.10pm
Marie Davidson: 6.20pm
Paris Paloma: 6.25pm
Nieve Ella: 7pm
Raw Silk: 7pm
Girl in Red: 7pm
Confidence Man: 7.30pm
Nell Mescal: 8.10pm
How to get to Victoria Park
Bethnal Green station on the the Central line and Mile End on the Central, Hammersmith and City and District lines are the nearest tube stops to Victoria Park.
The nearest London Overground stations are Cambridge Heath and London Fields to the west, Hackney Wick to the east and Homerton to the north.
Buses may be redirected before they arrive at the park because many of the residential roads that surround it will be off-limits to traffic. Victoria Park is near to stops on the following routes: 8, 277, 309, 339, 388, D3, and D6.
At the end of the day, taxis will be allowed to pick up festival attenders at a pick-up location about 500 metres from the exit.
Weather forecast for Monday
Fans heading on Monday August 28 to the festival will not need to bring a raincoat.
According to the Met Office, the day will start off sunny with temperatures around 16C. The skies will then turn cloudy towards late morning and afternoon but temperatures will rise and stay about 20C.
Highs of 21C and lows of 14C are forecast so a light jacket is recommended for the evening as it might get a little cold.