Kaleidoscope Festival returns for another year at Londons Alexandra Park and Palace this weekend. 

With over 10,000 music fans set to ascend into the park that offers stunning views above London, it will see the likes of acts including Happy Mondays, Orbital, Craig Charles, David Rodigan and many more. 

But Kaleidoscope isn't just about the music, with the addition of Words + Comedy that will see Dom Joly, Ed Byrne, Jessica Fostekew and more take to the stage. 

Plus there's even fun for the family with Go Ape Presents Mini Land Rover Adventure, Spare Room Arts, magicians and more.

But before you head down to the park, we've got everything you need to know from support acts to gate times. 

When is Kaleidoscope Festival and what time do gates open? 

The one-day festival is taking place this weekend on Saturday 23 July in Alexandra Park and Palace. 

Whilst gates for the event open at 1pm.

Is Kaleidoscope Festival at Alexandra Park sold out? 

Tickets for the day went on sale a few months ago and their events website. 

If you've yet to grab some tickets you are in luck as there are still some final release tickets available. 

Get tickets via the website

What is the line-up for Kaleidoscope Festival?

There are six different stages and areas to the festival and we have the lineup for each stage. 

Outdoor Stage line-up:

  • Orbital 
  • Happy Mondays
  • David Rodigan 
  • Charlotte Church's Late Night Pop Dungeon
  • The Magic Numbers 
  • House Gospel Choir

DJs+ Parties

  • Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show
  • Crazy P Soundsystem
  • The Cuban Brothers 
  • PBR Street Gang
  • DJ Yoda
  • ZERO 7

Words + Comedy

  • Dom Joly
  • Ed Bryne
  • Alan McGee in Conversation 
  • Sindhu Vee
  • Jessica Fostekew
  • Huge Davies


  • On Fire & Rescued: 1970's Fire Truck 
  • Spare Room Arts
  • Beautiful Magicians' Club 
  • Go Ape presents Mini Land Rover Adventure


  • Black Cat Boppers 
  • The Dimmocks
  • New Car Smell
  • Norton Money 
  • The Voodoo Tweed Cult of your Mum

What time does Kaleidoscope at Alexandra Park finish?

If you're worried about getting the last train home and want to find out the festival finishing end time then you are in luck. 

The one-day festival is expected to end no later than 10:30pm. 

But if you want to beat traffic, you are encouraged to leave slightly earlier..