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    Alexandra Palace Alexandra Palace Way
    N22 7AY

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The 1975

Indie rock

These Mancunian lads play catchy-like-the-clap, vaguely indie pop-rock that sounds like Luke from The Kooks jamming with The Big Pink and U2's The Edge. They've been phenomenally successful, gigging hard and playing increasingly huge venues – despite...

The 1975
  1. Tue Sep 30 – Wed Oct 1
  2. Alexandra Palace
  3. £21
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Alt-J

Pop and rock

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The symbol-named, Mercury-winning quartet from Leeds ply their reverb-smothered, off-kilter indie that echoes Yeasayer and Jeff Buckley. Some find it utterly enchanting, others favour the term 'snoozefest', but whichever side of that fence you're on it's...

Alt-J
  1. Wed Sep 24
  2. Alexandra Palace
  3. Sold Out
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Antiques and Collectors Fair

Vintage shops

Ally Pally’s twice-yearly vintage bonanza is a standout in the shopping calendar – it’s the largest event of its kind in London, with around 600 stalls manned by a handpicked selection of quality traders. It’s heaven for antiques lovers, featuring everything...

Antiques and Collectors Fair

Bonobo

Breaks, House, techno and electro, Electronica

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Simon Green, Ninja Tune’s psychedelic breaks guru, plays a huge gig at Ally Pally to round off a tour in support of his latest album ‘The North Borders’. If you missed Bonobo’s bliss-inducing spectacular at the Brixton Academy last year, put this one...

Bonobo
  1. Fri Nov 28
  2. Alexandra Palace
  3. £25-£32.50
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Fat Freddy's Drop

Blues, roots and country, Reggae, Pop and rock, Folk

The ever-popular dub reggae seven-piece from New Zealand play another big London show.

Fat Freddy's Drop

The Gaslight Anthem

Pop and rock

The Springsteen-worshipping New Jersey punks bash out their Boss-influenced take on the emotional alt rock sound. At last, something to unite sulky teenagers and their dads!

The Gaslight Anthem

Jake Bugg

Indie rock, Singer-songwriter, Britpop, Folk

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Retro-but-refreshing young singer-songwriter Bugg burst from his hometown of Nottingham to the top of the charts in 2012. His brand of indie country-folk mixes a Dylan-esque rasp with Miles Kane's brand of mordant Mod-rock, plus a dollop of Americana...

Jake Bugg

Jamie T

Reggae, Punk and hardcore

Coming straight outta Wimbledon armed with an acoustic bass in the mid-noughties, Jamie Treays crafted a funksome, singalong fusion of Billy Bragg, Bob Marley and The Streets that picked him up a Mercury nomination. Now he's pushing 30 and getting ready...

Jamie T
  1. Fri Nov 14 – Sat Nov 15
  2. Alexandra Palace
  3. £22.50
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Metronomy

Pop, Electro, Indie rock, New wave and post-punk, Electronica, Synthpop

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It's been a long time since Metronomy was just Joe Mount's bedroom pop project in sleepy Totnes, Devon. Four albums and a headline slot at the Royal Albert Hall later, and with a shiny, rounded live line-up – with drummer Anna Prior laying down the beats...

Metronomy
  1. Fri Dec 5
  2. Alexandra Palace
  3. £21.50
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The Libertines

Indie rock, Punk and hardcore

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After a reunion in Hyde Park earlier this year, Carl Barât and Pete Doherty's bunch of grungy indie roughnecks will be taking to the stage on three consecutive nights at Ally Pally. This is their first full-scale reunion since they broke up a decade ago,...

The Libertines
  1. Fri Sep 26 – Sun Sep 28
  2. Alexandra Palace
  3. £35
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