Cavetown at Alexandra Palace: Full info on tour merch, event times and possible setlist
Alexandra Palace will host Cavetown’s Bittersweet Daze Festival this weekend.
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Cavetown will headline their own festival at London’s Alexandra Palace this weekend. The musician’s Bittersweet Daze Festival is set to take over the venue this Sunday (September 24).
This weekend will see the singer-songwriter play their biggest show in the capital yet as they take to the stage in Alexandra Palace’s 10,250-capacity Great Hall.
Cavetown has had several gigs in London already, having performed at both Camden’s Electric Ballroom and the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith over the years.
We break down everything Cavetown fans need to know about their Bittersweet Daze Festival at the Alexandra Palace this weekend.
Door opening times for Cavetown at Alexandra Palace
As stated on the Alexandra Palace website, Cavetown’s Bittersweet Daze Festival concert in the venue’s Great Hall will open at 3pm.
When will the Cavetown at Alexandra Palace show finish?
An end time for Cavetown’s Bittersweet Daze Festival Alexandra Palace show is yet to be announced. However, concerts at the venue usually end around 11pm.
Possible setlist for Cavetown at Alexandra Palace
A set list for Cavetown’s Bittersweet Daze Festival Alexandra Palace show has not yet been confirmed. However, their recent Paris show could hint at some of the tunes fans could expect to hear. The full setlist from Cavetown’s Paris show is below:
- worm food
- heart attack
- Hug All Ur Friends
- Lemon Boy
- Boys Will Be Bugs
- Devil Town
A look at the Cavetown UK tour merch
Ahead of their Alexandra Palace Bittersweet Daze Festival, Cavetown has shared a preview of their EU and UK tour merch on Instagram. From a London-only t-shirt to a devil balaclava, there are a variety of themed goodies on offer for fans.
Who are the support acts for Cavetown at Alexandra Palace?
Cavetown will be joined by several support acts for their Bittersweet Daze Festival show, including past collaborator Tessa Violet. Dodie, Alfie Templeman and Cafuné will also perform at the weekend event.
What is the nearest tube station to Cavetown at Alexandra Palace?
Cavetown fans can head to Wood Green station, which is one of the closest Tube stops to the venue. The station, which is on the Piccadilly line, is a 26-minute walk from Alexandra Palace. However, fans will be able to get the W3 bus to the venue if they don’t fancy walking.