The Alexandra Palace fireworks were most definitely back with a bang. The 30,000 strong festival was a great success and we are really pleased that the fireworks have returned after four years.
However we recognise that from year one there are areas of improvement.
The popularity of the free German Bier Festival was incredible and next year there will be an additional hall, more bars, a wider range of beers and a ticketed event that ensures access.
The festival offering during the day will be greatly improved with a wider selection of rides and entertainment next year.
We recognise that the site orientation was not clear enough and next year there will be large site maps at the entrance points and around the park.
We encourage customers to give us their feedback to email@example.com so that we can improve on this successful and popular event.
Ally Pally and Slammin Events
After four years of no fireworks at Ally Pally, we're going to bring you a fantastic come-back show in association with Star Fireworks. Enjoy the view over London as you watch the fireworks light up the night sky accompanied by music and lasers with the Palace as a spectacular back-drop. Click here to see one of their shows.
Free for all ticket holders, this German Bier Festival inside the Great Hall is the largest in the UK and runs from 2pm-11pm, complete with live tribute bands, and oompah band a range of authentic beers and food, plus much more. In addition to the German Biers, there will also be a British Beer and Ale section. This is an over 18 only event ID will be required.
Click here for more details.
Please note – you must have a ticket to the fireworks to be able to get into the German Bier Festival. The Festival is open from 2pm so arrive early to get in. This event has a limited capacity and is operated on a first come first served basis. Due to popular demand this event may reach capacity and therefore will operate a one in one out system. We strongly advise to arrive early to avoid disappointment.
A traditional family Fairground for all the family. Ride on the Carousel, have a go on the Helter Skelter, and try your hand at the Hoopla and Coconut Shy.
Quite simply, the best view over the Capital, bar none, with a spectacular vista of most of North & East London including The City, Canary Wharf, St Paul's Cathedral and The Shard. On a clear day you can even see the Crystal Palace transmitter.
Ticket holders will also be able to access the Street Food Area, a section of the site where you can sample the very best of London's mobile food traders.
Upgrade your Fireworks ticket to enjoy one of the special discounted skating sessions on the day. Make the Fireworks festival one to remember with your friends and family. Only £5 per skater including skate hire. Buy tickets now.
Don’t miss this fabulous must-see event, buy your tickets now and save money. Discounted tickets are available until 27th October. Buy your tickets here, purchase from the Palace direct or call the dedicated hotline on 0203 390 0150. Early Bird adult ticket price: £6.00 and Early Bird child ticket price: £4.00.
Enjoy the panoramic views of London while you watch the fireworks to a music and lights show at this stunning venue, explore the fabulous Street Food Village and enjoy the Beer Festival - all as part of the ticket price. The event will also feature an indoor Ice Rink, Family Fun Fair and lots more...
After four years of no fireworks at Alexandra Palace, they're back with a bang! Organisers are planning a Fireworks Festival event to rival any other with a stunning fireworks display to music and lasers, a Street Food Festival, Ice Rink, German Beer Festival and Family Funfair.
When ordered in advance, Under 10s go free when accompanied by an Adult aged 18 or over (max of 5 under 10s per adult).
10-15 years old – Child price / 16+ - Adult price.
Tickets available online HERE or in person from the Box Office at the Ice Rink end of Alexandra Palace on a daily basis from 10am-5pm. On the evening of the event, if available, tickets will be available from an on-site temporary box office.
Paper tickets also available at Wood Green Shopping City at the Ask Me point on the Lower Ground Floor.
All tickets subject to Booking Fee of £1 each, with a maximum of £3 per order.
Adult Tickets allow free entry into the Beer Festival.
Full Ts & Cs available when you click through to buy.
Situated between Muswell Hill & Wood Green, Alexandra Palace is well served by all forms of public transport and is easy to reach by underground, road, rail & air.
By sat nav - postcode: N22 7AY
Wood Green is the nearest underground station on the Piccadilly Line. (journey time is 20 minutes from Piccadilly Circus). Exit Wood Green Station and go to bus stop A to pick up the W3 bus up the hill to Alexandra Palace Station.
Alexandra Palace has its own British Rail Station, fittingly called Alexandra Palace Station. It is located at the Wood Green entrance to the Park. A regular train service runs from Kings Cross via Finsbury Park.
We strongly recommend taking public transport or indeed walking to the event. The venue car parks will not be accessible due to road closures on the evening of the event, and there is very little off-street parking in the surrounding area.
Please note that the last tube from Wood Green Station leaves around midnight and the last train from Alexandra Palace Station leaves around the same time. It is worth checking the last train times for this event date at www.tfl.gov.uk
First opened as “The People’s Palace” in 1873, Alexandra Palace provided the Victorians with a great environment and recreation centre. Just sixteen days after its opening, the Palace, which had already attracted over 120,000 visitors, was destroyed by a fire in the dome.
On 1st May 1875, less than 2 years after the destruction of the original building, a new Palace opened. Covering 7 acres, it was centred on the Great Hall, home to the mighty Willis Organ which was driven by two steam engines and vast bellows.
After certain financial difficulties, an Act of Parliament in 1900 created the Alexandra Palace and Park Trust. The Act required the Trustees to maintain the Palace and Park and make them "available for the free use and recreation of the public forever". In 1935, the BBC leased the eastern part of the building from which the first public television transmissions were made in 1936. Alexandra Palace was the main transmitting centre for the BBC until 1956, when it was used exclusively for news broadcasts.
Just six months after the transfer of trusteeship to Haringey Council, on 10th July 1980, the Palace caught fire for the second time. An area comprising the Great Hall, Banqueting Suite, and former roller rink together with the theatre dressing rooms was completely destroyed. Only Palm Court and the area occupied by the BBC escaped damage.
Development and restoration work began soon after and the Palace was re-opened on 17th March 1988. It continues as a Charitable Trust administered by the London Borough of Haringey.
This year the Park celebrates it's 150th Birthday.
For many years the Fireworks display at Ally Pally was a North London Institution, but in the aftermath of the late noughties recession it was unable to continue in it's usual form, i.e. a free event underwritten by the Palace and the local authority, relying on voluntary donations to help with the considerable costs of staging it.
In line with virtually every other display in the UK, it's now back as a commercial venture where tickets will be sold rather than just allowing free entry, but with so much more added than just a mere fireworks display.
For your safety and the safety of others, please do not bring the following to the venue: