Set high above the capital, Alexandra Park and Palace is a festival location like no other. The landmark ‘People’s Palace’ was first opened in 1873 and is set amongst 196 acres of rolling parklands, overlooking all of London. Over its 150-year history, Ally Pally has served as a lightning rod for era-defining performances and moments, from the world’s first television broadcasts to the counter-culture happenings of the 1960s, to the legendary concerts and events of today.
Now, for the first time in 30 years, the park and palace come together, to provide the incredible, cross-site staging of Kaleidoscope: from the South View Stage, where our headliners will play against London’s magical skyline to the seldom-opened Victorian basement, under the palace’s Great Hall.
A unique location for a unique new festival, welcome to Kaleidoscope, different at every turn.
Stages & areas information coming soon…