All Points East 2023: How to find festival entrance and nearest TfL Tube stations

Stormzy, The Strokes, Jungle, Dermot Kennedy and Haim are headlining All Points East, while Bonobo and Aphex Twin top the Field Day bill.
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LondonWorld breaks down how music fans heading to All Points East this weekend can get to the festival grounds and find the entrance. The 2023 music event will kick off this Friday, with Stormzy headlining on the East Stage.

All Points East is back in Victoria Park for another year as it brings some of music’s biggest names to the greenspace. Stormzy, The Strokes, Jungle, Dermot Kennedy and Haim are the headliners.

The music festivities first took over Victoria Park in 2018. Five years on, the event now spans over multiple weekends, which sees each of its headliners helm their own day of music.

We break down where the All Points East entrance is and what tube stop is closest to the music festival.

Where is the All Points East entrance for festival goers? 

The Crown Gate entrance and the VIP and accessible entrances are located just off Old Ford Road. Festival goers can see the entry points on the All Points East app, which has a map of the music event site.

What are the nearest Tube stations to All Points East?

Both Bethnal Green and Mile End, which are on the Central line, are around a nineteen-minute walk from the music festival grounds. Festival goers can plan how to get to the event using TfL’s Journey Planner.