All Points East festival's first weekend saw the likes of The Strokes, Christine and the Queens and James Blake descend on East London this bank holiday.

Everything kicked off on Friday May 24 and Victoria Park's packed 10-day lineup has already seen some of the biggest names in music grace the stage.

There is more to come over the next week, including free mid-week entry and activities.

With concert weekend gigs taking place at either end of the schedule, thousands of music lovers braved the changeable weather and enjoyed the acts, food and drink on offer.

With three spirit mixer drinks costing £43, it definitely is festival prices, but the positive crowd and range of music make up for it.

The first weekend came to a close on Sunday May 26 with the day's headline act Christine and the Queens treating fans to her biggest songs and choreographed dance routines.

Sunday even saw a sneaky appearance from Sam Smith, according to his Instagram, who was in the crowd enjoying the music rather than performing.

Rain later on in the evening didn't seem to dampen anyone's spirits.

Saturday May 25 saw the Strokes perform to a sold-out Victoria Park and Friday May 24 saw London's very own Kate Tempest perform tracks from her acclaimed album 'Let Them Eat Chaos'.

Next weekend will see Bon Iver, Mumford and Sons and Bring Me the Horizon take to the stage.

Each concert day is loosely organised by music genre and the crowds in Victoria Park each day feel very different from one another.

The festival doesn't stop during the week with free entry and activities on offer in Victoria Park including an open-air cinema, yoga sessions, themed drag shows and activities for children.

The week-day events are all part of the In The Neighbourhood festival, which is running in Victoria Park from Monday May 27 to Thursday May 30.

For more information, visit the festival's website.