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Kaleidoscope Festival is a vibrant music, comedy, and art celebration set in the stunning Alexandra Park & Palace in London. This festival is returning for its fourth edition, and it transforms the 196 acres of lush parkland into a playground of cultural delight, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the city as a backdrop.

Kaleidoscope Festival’s eclectic offerings include monumental live music performances, entrancing DJ sets, uproarious comedy acts, immersive theatre experiences, and family-friendly activities. The festival also presents a unique opportunity to explore the hidden corners of the historic Alexandra Palace grounds, adding an element of discovery to the festivities.

In past editions, the Festival has hosted an impressive array of artists like The Flaming Lips, Groove Armada, Happy Mondays, Orbital, David Rodigan, Dr John Cooper Clarke, Katherine Ryan, and Ed Byrne. The 2024 lineup promises to be even more electrifying, with the entire roster set to be revealed in early 2024. Kaleidoscope Festival is not just an event; it’s an explosion of creativity and entertainment, offering something for everyone in the heart of London.

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Kaleidoscope Festival 2024 Lineup

Hilltop Stage

Antony Szmierek / Huey Morgan The Fun Lovin’ Criminal / Ministry Of Sound Classical / Soul Ii Soul / The Go! Team

Cloud 10

Artful Dodger / Erol Alkan / Mr. Scruff / X-Press 2

Fringe Stage

Ahir Shah / Brian Blessed / Chloe Petts / Hip Hop Karaoke / Katie Mcleod / Oh My God! It’s The Church / ‘R’ Voices Choir / Simon Amstell / Sophie Duker

The Bandstand

Big Smoke Brass / Knats / Let Drum Beat / Pan Nation / The Dimmocks


African Acrobatics Circus / Calf2Cow Presents The Wave / Chickenshed Theatre / Gareth P Jones / School Of Beatbox / Silly Science Workshops / Tootles + Nibs

Kaleidoscope Festival 2024 Tickets

General Release Tickets from £61.50 (€72.04) 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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