From: Saturday, June 1, 2024
To: Sunday, June 2, 2024
Mighty Hoopla London 2024
Mighty Hoopla is London’s ultimate pop extravaganza and sees some of the biggest pop icons in the world perform at Brockwell Park.
- Visiting for Mighty Hoopla? Stay close to the venue at the Tulse Hill Hotel, with an 8.5 rating, offering spacious rooms and delicious breakfast options. Another option is the “Superb” rated Half Moon Hotel, with beautifully decorated rooms and great attention to detail.
- 2024 Dates confirmed – Sat July 1st and Sunday July 2nd.
- The Mighty Hoopla is such a breath of fresh air. It rewrites the rules of what a music festival should be, using glitter and glamour to turn a tired old formula on its head while celebrating modern LGBT+ culture in the simplest way possible – with drinking, singing and dancing.
- Mighty Hoopla is the biggest LGBT pop festival in London. Each year the show brings together some of the best drag acts from the top drag shows, reunites famous pop bands and brings together some of the hottest up and coming acts in the UK scene.
- Awaiting line up and dj schedule for the 2024 event.
- Brockwell Park in Brixton is transformed into a safe haven during the Mighty Hoppla celebrations; a space where people can feel free to be who they want to be, dress the way they want to dress, kiss who they want to kiss and celebrate life, sexuality, freedom and everything that comes with it – without pretense, without judgement and without shame.
- The park is a 30 minute tube from Soho, home to London’s bustling gay scene or a 3 minute taxi from Brixton.
- Check out the top hotels close to the park.
Recommendeed London Hotels
The following hotels are close to London’s top attractions and just under 30 minutes tube to the park:
Gay Map of SoHo / London
Stay in the heart of London’s gay SoHo District and you will be close to all the pride festivities and events. Book early as this zone is one of the most requested during Pride!
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Hotel Cafe Royal
5 Star, Luxury
A London landmark, the hotel features 159 contemporary guestrooms, including 54 suites and 7 signature suites. Each is designed with careful detail and features complimentary WiFi, Bang & Olufsen entertainment systems, media hubs and luxury bathroom amenities. Features a state-of-the-art-gym, a large lap pool, a sauna, a Hammam/steam room
5 Star, Readers Choice
In London’s vibrant West End, W London – Leicester Square offers luxury bedrooms and a stylish cocktail bar. The hotel boasts a sumptuous spa and beauty centre. Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, iPod docks, 37-inch flat-screen TVs, and an impressive media library. All have bathrobes and luxury linens, and some have views over Leicester Square.
The Soho Hotells
5 Star, Great Value
Each air-conditioned room at The Soho includes a flat-screen TV, fully stocked minibar and an iPod docking station. An en suite bathroom is also provided. Guests can also make use of a beauty treatment room, which offers full body massage, facials and manicures. a fully equipped gym with an on-site personal trainer.
4 Star, Location
In London’s Theatreland, in the heart of the West End, this 4-star boutique hotel offers beautiful rooms with antique furniture and free Wi-Fi. There is a 24-hour front desk and a library lounge. The unique bedrooms at Hazlitt’s have sumptuous decor and elegant panelled walls. All rooms have a flat-screen TV, minibar and work desk, luxury REN toiletries.
Top Gay Neighbourhoods in London
From elegant royal parks to edgy urban districts, London is a city that celebrates diversity in all its forms. Stay in a chic, centrally located hotel in the buzzing heart of the West End, and you’ll find yourself just a stone’s throw from many of London’s top gay-friendly neighbourhoods.
Soho | Gay Centre of London
- Soho, a vibrant buzzing neighbourhood and London’s gay epicentre, brimming with LGBTQ+ friendly bars, clubs, and restaurants.
- The neighbourhood’s bustling streets are where the city’s gay scene truly comes to life. The historic Soho Square is a fantastic place to relax and people-watch.
- Explore Old Compton Street, the main artery of Soho’s gay scene, filled with vibrant venues, including G-A-Y, Village Bar, and Admiral Duncan.
- Discover the best things to see and do in Soho
Known for its shops, restaurants, theatres & close to major attractions, including the British Museum & Trafalgar Square.
Just a quick tube ride from Soho, known for its edgier, more alternative gay scene, including the royal vauxhall tavern