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The Flaming Lips And Ghostpoet Among First Acts Confirmed For New London Festival Kaleidoscope

Tuesday, 06 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

The Flaming Lips and Ghostpoet are among the first acts to be confirmed for the new one-day London music and arts festival Kaleidoscope.

Also announced for the live line up are Mystery Jets, the Go! Team, Beth Orton, London African Gospel Choir presents Graceland, Oh My God! It’s The Church, Beans On Toast, Xylaroo and Dat Brass, while set to appear for DJ sets are the 2 Bears, Norman Jay MBE, Mike Pickering and Don Letts.

On the Words & Comedy bill, meanwhile, are Dr. John Cooper Clarke, Katherine Ryan, Mark Watson, Andrew Maxwell, Caught By The River, LDN Talks, Bang Said The Gun, Jonny & The Baptists and Mike Garry. Head here to check out the festival's full line up to date.

Kaleidoscope will take over Alexandra Park and Palace on July 21. Limited early bird tickets are on sale now, priced at £40 plus fees.

Kaleidoscope Festival Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat July 21 2018 - LONDON Alexandra Palace

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