Kaleidoscope Festival is London’s highest festival, set atop a hill within 196 acres of parkland offering the best panoramic views across the city, and inside North London’s iconic Alexandra Palace and basements.
As the largest independent music venue in London, Ally Pally has played host to some memorable moments in musical history; from the swinging 60’s and the height of the summer of love, to the punk movement of the 70’S, Britpop in the 90’s to hip hop and more recently grime. The roll call of performers including The Rolling Stones, Jay Z and Florence & the Machine who have graced the Palace makes one hell of a hall of fame.
Featuring huge live performances, mesmerising sunset DJ sets, punchy stand-up comedy, as well as entertainment for all the family, Kaleidoscope Festival 2021 is set to create a summer’s day in London like no other.
“A superb one-dayer that stands out from the crowd...” “Wondrous grounds of North London’s Grade II listed Alexandra Palace”
“Stepping out onto a broad dark promenade where the whole of London is laid out beneath you like a glittering circuit board. As a sight, Kaleidoscope was unbeatable.”
“It would be safe to deem Kaleidoscope 2018 a roaring success as it managed to carve its own niche out of the bustling London festival season with a programme packed with fun, culture and one seriously good view”
“In the glistening sunshine, what went down was, in no uncertain terms, an afternoon of sheer festival brilliance”
“The roadside posters on the journey here promised a “kaleidoscopic voyage through music and the arts”, and as the sun dips below the horizon and the last confetti hits the grass, that’s exactly what we get.”
“As dusk fell standing further back to get the full skyline it was truly a magical Kaleidoscopic experience."
“Main stage set just below the palace, looking towards central London creating the most spectacular of skylines… With the best sight-lines I’ve ever seen at a festival for headliner”