Alexandra Palace has confirmed its annual Fireworks Festival will take place on the 6th November.

As well as a fireworks display, Alexandra Palace’s annual event will also take on a festival vibe with plenty of outdoor live music, DJs and street food spread around the site. It has been confirmed that BBC DJ and c, Trevor Nelson, will head the bill with a big set of classics. 

Set against the backdrop of panoramic views of London, the firework display will light up the skyline sound-tracked by a specially picked playlist.

For those with families, there will be a family area in which entertainment will include fire juggling and plenty of space to celebrate the evening.

Meanwhile, visitors will be able to step inside the palace with the ice rink featuring an ice disco, while the Great Hall will be transformed, as is now tradition, into the UK’s largest German Bier Festival, with an accompaniment of pulsating live music, including tribute act Wannabee: The Spice Girls Show. 

This festival will un from 4pm-10.45pm with tickets costing £12 for an adult, £9 for 11-15 year olds and £2 for under-10s (all prices + booking fee).

Talking about the news, Simon Fell, Alexandra Palace’s Fireworks Festival director, said: “We can’t wait. The Ally Pally Fireworks Festival is an institution, the go-to display for London and the surrounding areas. It’s one of the biggest events in our calendar, so we delighted to confirm plans for this November. We’ll be bringing you all the classics – spectacular fireworks and a massive bonfire – plus loads more. It’s more than just a display, with live entertainment, in all its forms, spread across the site to give a winter festival feel like nothing else.”

In order to attend, visitors will have to show proof of their NHS covid status via NHS Covid Pass, text or email in order to gain entry to the event. 

Ally Pally’s Firework Festival will take place on the 6th November from 4pm. To book tickets visit: https://fireworks.london/