Ally Pally Announces Kaleidoscope Line-Up

Alexandra Palace today announces the full line-up for Kaleidoscope Festival 2024. Returning to the People’s Palace on Saturday 13 July, the packed programme features the customary mix of live music, DJs and comedy, ready to entertain thousands, outside and inside, at London’s most beautiful festival site.

Re-Imagining some epic dance tunes, the 30 Piece Ministry of Sound Classical Orchestra will headline the Hilltop Stage.

Double Grammy Award-winning and five-time Brit award-nominated legends Soul II Soul will be bringing an iconic set, featuring all the classics, to the rolling hills of Ally Pally.  The line-up also includes Indie party starters The Go! Team, hip-hop artist Antony Szmierek and a soulful set from HUEY MORGAN of Fun Lovin Criminals and BBC 6Music fame, in one of his first appearances since returning to performing with a live band.

Eclectic selectors including Mr. Scruff, Ally Pally local Erol Alkan, electronic duo X-PRESS 2 and garage legends ARTFUL DODGER take over the DJ decks on the Cloud 10 Stage.

For comedy fans, the Fringe Stage offers quality belly laughs and variety from Simon Amstell, irreverent in-conversation with actor, adventurer and raconteur Brian Blessed, plus Sophie Duker, Amir Shah and Chloe Petts, alongside performances from the world’s most blasphemous band Oh My God! It’s The Church and crowd participation favourite Hip Hop Karaoke.

All this, plus a dedicated Family Area – a mini festival in itself – featuring pop-up arts, circus and theatre, as well as the Bandstand Stage, featuring eclectic live musical treasures.

Simon Fell, Kaleidoscope Director commented: “It’s brilliant to be back with Kaleidoscope, the centrepiece of summer at Ally Pally. We’ve got a line-up just perfect for a London summertime and with our stages set against panoramic views across the whole city, plus the chance to explore the Palace too, we are serving up a festival location like no other. Join us to laugh, sing and dance – we can’t wait to welcome you up here.”