Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival Is Back With Unmissable New Programme | Culture
The iconic Alexandra Palace is set to host its annual two day Fireworks Festival on November 1 and 2, and has today announced an interesting programme with over 100,000 people expected to attend. The Festival represents an unmissable opportunity to enjoy a breath-taking and lighted-up view of the city from Ally Pally’s reknowed location in North London.
The Fireworks Festival represents London’s biggest and best bonfire night celebration, with huge fireworks displays, soundtracked, this year, by former Radio 1 DJ and Bestival founder Rob da Bank. The firework show will start with a new pagan-inspired fire-lighting ritual, designed by Another World and culminating in the lighting of the great bonfire.
On the other hand, the festival will feature unmissable events for all ages, with live music, cabaret, comedy, bars, and some surprises, which will entertain the large number of guests attending the venue. Comedian Ed Night will present live bands and stand-up sets at Café de Pally, which is located in the family area; while film lovers will be able to enjoy a selection of much-loved family favourites at Luna Cinema, in the newly renovated Victorian theatre.
Moreover, the festival will feature StrEATlife Village, one of London’s top street food and craft beer festivals, which will be serving up refreshments and host live sets from Rob da Bank and legendary music producer and Soul II Soul founder, Jazzie B. Beside this, guests will be able to enjoy authentic German beers at German Bier Festival, which will run alongside the firework celebrations.
Alexandra Palace is set to surprise and entertain its guests with its long-held tradition of spectacular displays, as it has always did from its creation in 1873. Tickets are now on sale and we are sure the show won’t let newcomers down!
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