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  • Event Information
    • Where

      The West Hall Via The Palm Court Entrance


      15th - 22nd January


      Session time
      Standard ticket price
      All day
      Sunday 15th January 20171pm£21.00£31.00
      Sunday 15th January 20177pm£21.00
      Monday 16th January 20171pm£16.00£21.00
      Monday 16th January 20177pm£16.00
      Tuesday 17th January 20171pm£16.00£21.00
      Tuesday 17th January 20177pm£16.00
      Wednesday 18th January 20171pm£16.00£21.00
      Wednesday 18th January 20177pm£16.00
      Thursday 19th January 20171pm£21.00£41.00
      Thursday 19th January 20177pm£26.00
      Friday 20th January 20171pm£21.00£41.00
      Friday 20th January 20177pm£26.00
      Saturday 21st January 20171pm£41.00£71.00
      Saturday 21st January 20177pm£41.00
      Sunday 22nd Janaury 20171pm£46.00£76.00
      Sunday 22nd January 20177pm£46.00


  • Event Overview
    • Dafabet Masters

      Snooker’s biggest stars will once again be at Alexandra Palace in London in January for the Dafabet Masters.

      Tickets are on sale for snooker’s most important invitation tournament and fans are strongly urged to book fast, following record sales last season. The 2017 event will run from January 15-22.

      The prestigious tournament brings together the top 16 players in the world rankings to battle for a famous trophy which has been contested every year since 1975.

      The BBC-televised event was won last time by crowd favourite Ronnie O’Sullivan, who thrashed Barry Hawkins 10-1 in the final to win the title for the sixth time, equalling the record set by Stephen Hendry.

      Shaun Murphy, Neil Robertson, Ding Junhui and Mark Selby have also won the tournament in recent years.

      World Snooker Chairman Barry Hearn said: “The Dafabet Masters is a unique and special event because it’s an elite field of the very best players. Every match is a clash of the sport’s titans.

      “It’s one table in the arena from the start and that makes for a sensational atmosphere. The tournament has found a home at Alexandra Palace since we moved there in 2011, it is a venue much loved by fans and players alike, and that was proven last season when we saw record crowds and ticket sales.

      “Anyone who wants to see the best players on the planet playing on the big stage must book tickets early or risk missing out.”

      Tickets start at just £16, call 0871 620 7052 (calls cost 10p per minute) or visit

      Special Half Price Offer

      For a limited time only get tickets half price, from just £8, incredible value! The offer is for tickets from Monday, January 16 to Wednesday, January 18. Tickets are subject to availability.


  • Tickets
    • Where do I buy tickets?

      Click here to buy tickets.

      I have not received my e-confirmation or tickets, what should I do?

      Please contact the ticket provider or outlet that you made your purchase through as they will need to send you a confirmation.To gain entry to the event you need an e-confirmation or ticket.

  • Directions/Journey Planner
    • Journey Planner


      Situated in North London with spectacular panoramic views of the City, Alexandra Palace is well served by public transport and is 'closer than you think'.

      Whilst we have a number of car parks and 1500 free parking spaces, we strongly advise that customers use public transport when visiting an event or exhibition.


      Alexandra Palace Way
      N22 7AY

      BY CAR

      Car park spaces are free and offered on a first come, first served basis. Please note that car parks get very full quickly during events and as such we recommend using public transport to avoid disappointment.

      • Major roads have signposts ‘to Alexandra Palace’
      • 1 mile from the North Circular Road (A406)
      • 5 miles from the M1 (Junction 2)
      • 8 miles from the M25 (Junction 25)

      There are dedicated accessible bays in the Grove car park and the East car park in front of the Ice Rink.


      To plan your journey please visit the TFL website at

      The nearest underground stations are Wood Green on the Piccadilly line and Finsbury Park on the Victoria line.

      The W3 bus runs from both of these tube stations and will take you to the Alexandra Palace Ice Rink stop or Palm Court entrance.

      The W3 runs every 5-8 minutes Monday to Friday, 6-10 minutes on Saturday and 9-12 minutes on Sundays.

      Please see the maps below for where to pick up the W3.

      The W3 from Finsbury Park station, stop B towards Northumberland Park

      Journey time approx. 10 mins

      Bus Stop B from Finsbury Park

      The W3 from Wood Green station, stop F station towards Finsbury Park

      Journey time approx. 8 mins

      Bus Stop B from Finsbury Park
      BY RAIL

      Alexandra Palace has its own British Rail Station (Alexandra Palace Station). A regular train service runs direct from Moorgate (weekdays only) or from Kings Cross, changing at Finsbury Park.

      Once at Alexandra Palace station you can take the W3 bus or walk (15-20 mins.) directly to the venue.

      BY BUS

      In addition to the W3 from Finsbury Park and Wood Green underground stations, if you are travelling from North London the 184 towards Turnpike Lane Station stops at Alexandra Palace Station.

      The 184 runs every 7-11 minutes Monday to Friday, 6-10 minutes on Saturday and 10-12 minutes on Sundays.


      Some of our events provide a free shuttle bus service.

      Please see specific event pages for further details.


      To book your minicab to and from Alexandra Palace call GLH on 020 7490 4222 and quote ref 99968


      Please note that the last tube/train from Wood Green/Alexandra Palace Station leaves at around midnight. Please check specific train times on the day of your event ahead of arrival: