This weekend, a 10-day long music festival is kicking off in Victoria Park, North East London.

For the next two weekends, some of the biggest names in music will descend on East London for All Points East festival.

From this Friday (May 24), acts including The Strokes, The Chemical Brothers, Mumford and Sons, Christine and the Queens, James Blake and Bon Iver will grace the stage and treat Londoners to a unique weekend experience.

Spread across two concert weekends, Friday May 24 to Sunday May 26 and Friday 31 May to Sunday 2 June, the festival is set to see thousands of music lovers flock to East London.

With general admissions tickets starting from £59.95 for a day pass, each day of the festival will see acts playing from 12 noon through until 11pm.

The festival organisers are also treating music fanatics to after parties across London with exclusive DJ sets and performance slots after hours.

Food on offer ranges from Chinese, Greek and classic American to "vegan junk food" and there will be fairground rides and bars on site.

For more info and to buy tickets click here.

To get around on the day, download the festival's offical app for maps and set times.