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Kaleidoscope Festival is a summer celebration of music, comedy and more at London’s historic and beautiful Alexandra Palace. Following 2022’s triumphant, sold out spectacular, the festival returns this July with a stellar lineup, that promises more crowd pleasing live music, Djs and comedy at London’s highest festival.

With a backdrop that takes in sweeping views across the whole city, acres of parkland to explore, plus access to some of the hidden corners of the iconic Palace, this is a summer festival like no other. For fans, families and fun-seekers, Kaleidoscope is hard to beat, and this year’s line-up demonstrates it’s a favourite for artists too.

A young festival in the grand scheme of things, this is Kaleidoscope Festival’s third year, with previous years being headlined by Flaming Lips and Groove Armada. With a comfortable 11,000 capacity, increased from 10k in 2021, this one-day event has been a huge hit, particularly for Londoners, no long journey, no camping, no brainer. The summer of 2023 at Ally Pally is set to be one giant “Kaleidoscopic” celebration and an unforgettable experience for everyone who visits.

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Kaleidoscope Festival 2023 Lineup


Hot Chip

Hilltop Stage

Hot chip / George Fitzgerald (Live) / Gaz Coombes / Elvana / Girls Of The Internet (Live) / Antony Szmierek

Cloud 10

Erol Alkan (Disco Set) / Fabio & Grooverider / Heide / Wookie / Raw Silk

Fringe Stage

Nina Conti / Joe Lycett & Shaun Keaveny (in conversation) / Barrioke / Rebel Bingo / Maisie Adam / Michael Akadiri / Tej Dhutia / Katie McLeod

The Bandstand

Das Brass / Esteban Card / Cassius Cobbson / Knats


Tootles + Nibs / Albion Pirate Ship / Clementine Arts pres. Ernies Journey / Chickenshed Theatre / World’s Tallest Bubbleologist / School Of Beatbox / Afrocam Acrobatics Circus / Simon Mole

Kaleidoscope Festival 2023 Tickets

General Release Tickets from £67.95 (€79.59) are on sale:


The city of London offers a wide range of accommodation options. Book your stay for Kaleidoscope Festival using the map below or visit booking.com

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Travel Info


There is no public parking available in or around Alexandra Palace for this event.


Alexandra Palace has its own main line station fittingly called Alexandra Palace which is located on the east side of the Park. Regular trains run from Kings Cross Station and Finsbury Park and head north towards Stevenage and Welwyn Garden City.


The nearest underground station is Wood Green on the Piccadilly Line. From here you can either walk to Alexandra Park (15 minutes) or catch the W3 or 184 bus to Alexandra Palace station on the edge of the park.


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