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All Points East: New support announced for The National at Victoria Park festival

PUBLISHED: 08:00 25 January 2018 | UPDATED: 12:09 25 January 2018

American singer-songwriter Cat Power, pictured performing at Shepherd's Bush Empire, is supporting The National at All Points East. Picture: Yui Mok/PA Archive

American singer-songwriter Cat Power, pictured performing at Shepherd's Bush Empire, is supporting The National at All Points East. Picture: Yui Mok/PA Archive

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New acts have been added to the support line up for headliners The National at All Points East festival this summer.

Broken Social Scene, performing here at Oxegen Music festival, have been added to the line up. Picture: Niall Carson/PA Archive Broken Social Scene, performing here at Oxegen Music festival, have been added to the line up. Picture: Niall Carson/PA Archive

They will join The War on Drugs, Future Islands and Warpaint at APE Presents…The National on Saturday June 2, the penultimate night of the 10-day festival.

Songwriter Cat Power, Canadian indie band Broken Social Scene, Austin rockers Spoon, rising stars Amber Run, alternative electronica band Public Servic Broadcasting and ex-Vampire Weekend multi-instrumentalist Rostam complete the bill.

The National’s headline show is one of three APE Presents evenings that wrap up the festival after a four-day community-focused programme of comedy, food, outdoor cinema and music.

Catfish and the Bottlemen and Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds headline the other two shows on June 1 (Friday) and 3 (Sunday), with support from Patti Smith, St Vincent and Blossoms.

The National, lead singer Matt Berninger pictured here, headline APE Presents on Saturday June 2. Picture: Chris Radburn/PA Archive The National, lead singer Matt Berninger pictured here, headline APE Presents on Saturday June 2. Picture: Chris Radburn/PA Archive

Tickets for APE Presents…The National are on sale now from allpointseastfestival.com

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