Already looking good, East London music festival, All Points East (APE) in Victoria Park, just got better with two more huge names added to the bill. 

London electro act Jungle have been announced as the latest headliners, and will finish the night off with their bouncy, feel good pop-electronica on Saturday, August 26. 

In a UK exclusive performance, Josh Lloyd and Tom McFarland will swap their laptops and tech for a seven-piece band for a fully live show. 

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Childhood friends, Lloyd and McFarland formed Jungle in 2013 and have gone on to be shortlisted for the Mercury Prize for their self-titled debut album. 

The Resident: HAIM will also headline the east London music festivalHAIM will also headline the east London music festival (Image: APE)

All three of Jungle's albums have made it into the UK Top Ten as well.

By no means in second place, but perhaps just one of a large number of incredible female acts not to get the headliner spot in the many dude-heavy festivals coming up this summer, Erykah Badu will also perform on the Saturday. 

The four-time GRAMMY winner's debut album Baduizm went triple-platinum on release, and cemented her as the queen of neo-soul.

Taking her ques from R&B, 70s soul and 80s hip hop, Badu was GRAMMY nominated for her live album Live, Mamma's Gun and another platinum album Worldwide Underground. 

The Resident: New York rockers The Strokes will headline August 25New York rockers The Strokes will headline August 25 (Image: Courtesy of All Points East)

Jungle and Erykah Badu will be joined by French DJ Folamour,  Ontario-based jazz ensemble BadBadNotGood and New Jersey artist 070 Shake, whose style is a bit hard to pin down, but whose songs are 'full of the frayed emotions that crop up during late nights spent alone with your thoughts' - you might not want to watch her set alone. 

The east London music festival line-up grows increasingly impressive as new bands are added to the already stellar acts. 

This includes HAIM, Norway's Girl in Red and Australia’s Confidence Man.

The Strokes, Amyl and the Sniffers and Angel Olsen are also on the bill, as is a day of music curated and headlined by Stormzy. 

The Resident: Stormzy will curates This Is What We Mean DayStormzy will curates This Is What We Mean Day (Image: All Points East), takes place on Friday, August 18, and feature some of Stormzy's favourite artists, from those on the rise to established superstars.  

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While the day's full line-up is yet to be announced, it will be celebration of his third album which was shaped by a Stormzy music camp with producers and musicians in Osea Island in Essex. 

Tickets to see Jungle at All Points East on Saturday, August 26 go on sale Tuesday, March 21 at 10am. 

Tickets start from £59.95 and are available at