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Ally Pally - a place where magic happens. To all who play. And all who will…

Fatboy Slim - ‘It was on my bucket list to be a part of it. It’s all about the collective euphoria and the power of the people in the room, they are the show and we’re all in it together’

Frank Turner ‘The atmosphere is awesome, it sounds amazing’

Loyle Carner ‘It feels overwhelming to play at Ally Pally, because it’s had so many special people play it, you feel like you’re part of something just from being in there.’

Kaleidoscope at Alexandra Palace, headlined by Groove Armada, is full steam ahead and set be the first festival to happen in London this summer on July 24th. It caps the return of live music

for crowds at the iconic venue in north London and kicks off a packed programme of gigs over the next year, ensuring the Palace’s rich and varied music history will continue into the future.

‘With the prolonged restrictions over the last 18 months we, like others across the events industry, have had to take some important decisions in order to carry on believing that live music could return.’ says Simon Fell, Director of Events at Alexandra Palace, ‘Streaming and socially distanced entertainment has filled the void for people as much as it can. But there is nothing like the buzz of a live gig, with a live audience. And what a way to kick everything of; a glorious outdoor summer Festival day, with special views across London.’

Ally Pally can’t wait to welcome live music back.