Mighty Hoopla Festival Announces Kate Nash, Confidence Man & More for 2019
London’s Mighty Hoopla has announced a fresh wave of artists and club nights for this summer’s festival.
Taking place at Brockwell Park, just south of Brixton, Mighty Hoopla 2019 will be the festival’s fourth edition, having established itself as the most colourful party on London’s festival calendar.
Having already announced the almighty Chaka Khan as this year’s headliner, along with All Saints and Bananarama, the line-up is now bursting at the seams with the addition of Kate Nash, Confidence Man, and RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’ winner, Trinity The Tuck.
Along with the live performances, there will also be floor-filling sets from dance legends like Crystal Waters, Ultra Naté, Livin Joy and Artful Dodger.
Extra-curricular festival experiences range from a dance class with Frame and movie choir Some Voices to the capital’s premiere parties, including Bongo’s Bingo, Ultimate Power, Savage Disco and Fleetmac Wood.
Mighty Hoopla’s is a philosophy that looks set to be bigger, better, wilder and free-er than ever this June. Since its inception in 2016, Mighty Hoopla has led the charge to become not only the most colourful party in the town, but a thrilling space in which all walks of life (not to mention pop royalty) stand side-by-side with London’s most subversive, alternative nightlife.
And it’s this fine balance which is the essence of Mighty Hoopla, the singular festival in which truly anything is possible and truly everyone is welcome. A festival that celebrates pop and club culture.
Mighty Hoopla 2019
Date: Saturday 8 June 2019
Venue: Brockwell Park, London
Latest Line-up Additions: Kate Nash, Trinity The Tuck, Confidence Man, Crystal Waters, Ultra Naté, Livin Joy, Artful Dodger, Bongo’s Bingo, Ultimate Power, Savage Disco, Fleetmac Wood
Tickets: Earlybirds now sold out – General Tickets: £45 (+booking fee) | VIP: £75 (+bf)
Event Times: 12:00 – 22:30
“The most fabulous of all the fests…a queer, pop-focused celebration of trash, camp and drag” Guardian
“The brightest star in London’s party scene…like all the best festivals, Mighty Hoopla is more than just the sum of its musical parts” The Telegraph
“A celebration of diversity and queerdom” – Attitude
“Love, pop and glitter-coated acceptance” – The Independent