All Points East announces In The Neighbourhood its weekday programme of free activities in Victoria Park over four days between its All Points East Festival and APE Presents shows.
With a focus on community involvement, activities will be run by incredible local organisations and suppliers. It is part of a dedicated drive to provide free content for local residents and the wider community and to support local businesses.
The weekday programme take place during half term and on the Bank Holiday making this an ideal destination for families as well as fun loving Londoners.
Bookending In The Neighbourhood, All Points East festival features headline performances from Bjork, The xx and LCD Soundsystem whilst the APE Presents… shows are headlined by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, The National and Catfish And The Bottlemen.
Event Manager, Jenny Hamada says:
“Goldenvoice/AEG Presents is very excited to announce All Points East In The Neighbourhood. Offering our event site back to the community to enjoy a diverse range of free content is part of our continued drive to enhance the positive impact of our event. Promoting and celebrating local talent is the very fabric of In The Neighbourhood, with activities being sourced from the outstanding organisations and artists based throughout Tower Hamlets and areas surrounding Victoria Park.”
Mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Biggs comments:
“Victoria Park is a great space for events and we are excited about All Points East coming to the borough. When we made the agreement with the promoters we ensured that community benefits are a key part of what will be delivered.
There will be a four-day programme of free activities, which is an exciting opportunity to showcase our borough’s rich and diverse cultural talent and ensure that local people have a chance to get involved in what should be a great event.
‘In the Neighbourhood’ will mean residents and families in Tower Hamlets can enjoy dozens of free events, and sample some of the culinary delights and beverages provided by local food and drink businesses.”