Mighty Hoopla is London’s ultimate pop extravaganza, descending on the capital for a day of pop-tastic music, fun and games in the summer sun.

Last year we greeted 20,000 colourful festival goers at Brockwell park and celebrated a day of love, freedom and Pop music, with sets from TLC, Lily Allen and Melanie C, alongside a whole host of club nights including, The Glory, Bongo’s Bingo and Massaoke; all hosting their own mini-parties at the festival.

This year Mighty Hoopla returns to Brockwell Park and promises to be the ultimate celebration of all things pop, sparky and fun!


Mighty Hoopla will take place in Brockwell Park located south of Brixton. The park’s address is Norwood Rd, London SE24 9BJ.

There will be no parking available in the area. Please use public transport to travel to the event. The nearest tube station is Brixton, which is a 15 minute walk from the site. Herne Hill rail station is also close to the park. Please check the TfL website to plan your travel, there may be disruptions to services that could affect your journey to the event. We wouldn’t want you missing your favourite acts!


Can I Take in my own food and drink to Mighty Hoopla?
No. You are allowed to drink and eat in the park outside the perimeter of the festival and in the queuing lanes. But once you reach the search lanes, you cannot take in any food, drink or bottles are allowed, including sealed bottles. There are a large variety of food and drink facilities within the festival.

I have an enquiry regarding my tickets, who do I speak to?
You need to contact the ticket agency that you purchased your ticket from. Our ticket outlets are Kaboodle, Festicket and Dice. Please visit their website and
contact customer services.

I have lost my ticket, what can I do?
Unfortunately tickets and wristbands cannot be replaced under any circumstances.

I would like to bring my food/market stall to Mighty Hoopla, who do I contact?
Food traders at Mighty Hoopla is curated by Venn Street Markets, please contact for any applications.

Can I come to Mighty Hoopla if I am under 18?
No, all attendees have to be 18 or over to attend Mighty Hoopla. Please bring a valid ID card with you as there will be security checks upon entry to the festival.

Can I smoke at Mighty Hoopla?
The same regulations apply at Mighty Hoopla as the rest of the country, you can smoke in the open air but not inside big tops and tents – look out for the ‘no smoking’ signs.

When can I arrive/leave by?
Box Offices will open at 11.30am and gates at 12.00pm. The event finishes at 21.30pm. Please note that Mighty Hoopla 2019 will take place over one day (Saturday 8th June).

If I leave Mighty Hoopla, can I get back in?
No, there is no re-entry into the festival whatsoever. But we have everything you need inside the site.

Is it safe to attend the event?
We are working with the Metropolitan Police, the local authorities and our expert security and production teams to ensure a safe and enjoyable Mighty Hoopla for everyone.

Should I leave more time to be searched?
There shouldn’t be any abnormal delays as you enter Mighty Hoopla. We recommend where possible to bring only a canvas bag to speed up the searching process.

Will there be police at the event?

There will be police in and around the event. Please assist them in carrying out their duties and of course, report any suspicious behaviour to them or to any of our security teams.

Can I bring bags to the event?
No large bags or backpacks (small bags up to A4 in size are permitted). Please be ready to be searched as you enter the festival site.


Mighty Hoopla / Cross The Tracks are committed to making sure that the event management plans minimise disruption to park users and the local community. The organisers are also actively looking to engage residents with the event and create opportunities for performers, traders and workers from the local area to be involved, as well as ongoing investment into a local community fund.

Community Information Sessions

Following the Community Information Sessions held in Herne Hill and Tulse Hill during February and March, the organisers have written a set of Resident FAQ’s to address and provide answers to the most commonly raised questions. These FAQ’s can be located HERE

The organisers welcome feedback and comment from the local community – please get in touch at

Resident Ticket Ballot

The Resident Ticket ballot for 2019 has now closed. The successful applicants will be contacted by email to let them know the outcome, with details of how to collect tickets.

Local Traders

Trader applications for 2019 have now closed.

Local Music Competition

A music competition for local performers under the age of 25 will be running for the 2019 event, providing the opportunity for one act to open the main stage. To read more about how to participate, Click HERE

Community Fund

A community fund will be set up this year – giving an opportunity for individuals, charities, organisations and local groups that are connected to Brockwell Park and it’s local area and provide activity or projects linked with both the park and surrounding area, to apply for this fund. The aim of the fund is to benefit Brockwell Park and close surrounding areas that are directly impacted by the events.

Check back soon for full details of how to apply for the Community Fund.

How To Get In Touch
All community queries and feedback about the event are welcomed and should be sent to

This section is updated regularly so check back here for more information to follow.


Blue Badge Car Parking
A blue badge car park will operate at the event. Spaces within the blue badge carpark must be pre-booked. Please apply for spaces by completing the form using this link. Click here

Viewing Platforms
Viewing Platforms are provided for those who require them. Platforms are located at the main stages at the event. Each viewing platform user will be entitled to one
additional pass for use by one friend or Personal Assistant at a time. Please use the link below to apply.

Accessible toilets are located at each Viewing Platform and also behind the Welfare
Tent. They will also be allocated at each toilet block.

Lowered Bars
Lowered sections of bars are offered where possible at bars at the event. Traders
will offer an alternative serving policy if a lowered counter is not made available.
Please ask our staff for help.

The shows are standing only. There is some seating across the site however this is
limited and is within picnic areas only.

Due to the nature of the event there will be flashing lights and strobe effects on all
stages. Lasers may be used for some performances.

Event Space and Site
The event is on a green-field site, although there are some tarmac tracks these do
not run into the stages (which all stand on grass). Weather and ground conditions
may be variable.

Personal Assistance Tickets
A personal assistance ticket is made available to customers requiring assistance in
order to attend the event. If you require a PA ticket please purchase your own ticket and then apply for a PA ticket using this link.  Click here
If you require further information please contact

Please contact us in advance via if you have high
dependency needs or any other enquiries which are not answered on the website.


The following Terms and Conditions apply to the Mighty Hoopla lineup Competition – Tuesday 12th March 2019

1. The Promoter is: Mighty Hoopla, 10 Leyton Studios, 15 Argall Avenue, Leyton, E10 7QE
2. There is no entry fee and no purchase necessary to enter this competition.
3. By entering this competition, the entrant is indicating his/her agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions.
4. Route to entry for the competition and details of how to enter are via:
5. Only one entry will be accepted per person. Multiple entries from the same person will be disqualified.
6. The closing date and time for entry will be 19 March 2018 at 00.01.
7. No responsibility can be accepted for entries not received for whatever reason.
8. The Promoter reserves the right to cancel or amend the competition and these terms and conditions without notice in the event of an event or events outside of the Promoter’s control. Any changes to the competition will be notified to entrants as soon as possible by the Promoter.
9. The prize is as follows: 5 pairs of VIP tickets to Mighty Hoopla festival (Brockwell Park on Saturday 8th June). If the winning entrant is already a ticket-holder, they will receive a VIP upgrade for themselves.
10. The prizes are as stated and no cash or other alternatives will be offered. The prizes are not transferable. The prizes are subject to availability and the Promoter reserves the right to substitute the prizes with others of equivalent value without giving notice.

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