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Remember remember the 7th of November when the legendary Fireworks Festival at Alexandra Palace returns with 50,000 Londoners expected to attend. With panoramic views across London and a spectacular display unlike any other, the 2015 show will light up the sky for an unforgettable bonfire night experience. Much more than just a fireworks display, Ally Pally Fireworks festival offers so much to see and do. Crowds should arrive early and stay late to experience the German Bier Festival, the funfair, parades by Mutoid Waste, bonfires, laser Shows, ice skating, craft beer, street food and much more. Ally Pally firework events always sell out, so snapping up a ticket early is advised to avoid disappointment.

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This year the Firework Display is back and it’s bigger and brighter than ever. The spectacular show will light up the sky with a display that also includes an epic laser show, all set against the backdrop of our iconic panoramic view of London.
Londoners looking for something unique this bonfire night are invited to discover a new addition to the festival line up, the Mutoid Waste Parade. Having entertained the masses at Glastonbury Festival and featured as part of the closing ceremony for the 2012 Olympics, Mutoid Waste’s crazy Mad Max style creations will thrill crowds with a street parade unlike any other.

Our Giant Bonfire located in the huge Family Area will be perfect to keep crowds warm on a November eve. In this dedicated area there will also be a kid’s funfair, independent food stalls, fully stocked bars including delicious mulled wine, face painting and treats for the little ones; not to mention a fantastic view of the fireworks.
Adrenaline junkies should head to the large Funfair to enjoy a variety of thrilling white knuckle rides. Or there will be the chance to kick back and enjoy a wide selection of delicious food and booze in the Craft Beer & Street Food Village.

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The UK’s largest German Bier Festival will be kicking off at 3pm. Crowds can enjoy being served the finest German Bier by an army of Bavarian waitresses accompanied by an oompah band and DJs all night. DJs from London’s infamous Club De Fromage will be spinning tunes you just can’t help but sing along to, followed by our headliner, a tribute to Elton John. Revellers are invited to indulge in the ultimate guilty pleasure and finish the night singing along to Rocket Man and Tiny Dancer.
London’s largest permanent Ice Rink will also be open with public sessions available throughout the day; it’s the perfect opportunity to try a spin on the ice.

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