Returning to South London’s Brockwell Park, it's the festival season’s most vibrant and inclusive offering. The pop event of the year is back for its fifth year with a mammoth line-up of the genre’s royalty, set to become Mighty Hoopla’s greatest edition yet.
Since Allie X appeared online in 2014, the Toronto-born, LA-based artist’s radio-ready glistening electronic pop and bold visual style have caused waves internationally. Even Katy Perry is a fan, tweeting about Allie X to her 50m followers.
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In 2000, Anastacia released 'I'm Outta Love' which exploded throughout Europe and since then this New York soul diva has amassed a further 5 studio albums that have sold over 30 million records to date and won countless international awards. She connects with her audience well and has quickly earned a reputation as the little one with the big voice.
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Atomic Kitten are a British pop girl group formed in Liverpool in 1998 and originally featured Kerry Katona, Natasha Hamilton and Liz McClarnon. The group was founded by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark members Andy McCluskey and Stuart Kershaw, who served as principal songwriters during Atomic Kitten's early years. The group's debut album Right Now was released in October 2000 and charted at number 39 in the United Kingdom. After five top ten singles Kerry Katona quit – four weeks before Whole Again reached number one in the UK Singles Chart – and was replaced by former Precious singer Jenny Frost.
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Betty Boo (born Alison Clarkson) is a singer, songwriter and pop rap artist. After cutting her teeth in hip hop trio She Rockers and collaborating with The Beatmasters. Betty Boo had a string of top forty chart hits in the early '90s with her feisty beat-heavy pop and accompanying cartoonish tinsel-wrapped videos. Betty Boo went onto write songs for the likes Girls Aloud, Dannii Minogue, and Sophie Ellis-Bextor interspersed by collaborations with Alex James, The Feeling, and Jack Rokka.
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Through the first chapter of her career – from her emergence in 1993 through to 2007 – Gabrielle was a near constant presence in the UK charts. She landed two #1 singles, a further eight Top 10 hits and five Top 10 albums, including the #1 hit Rise. Gabrielle has spent a combined total of over four years on the Top 40 of the Official Album and Singles Charts, exceeding 5 million sales in the process. In addition, she was part of the BBC’s all-star version of Lou Reed’s ‘Perfect Day’. Highlights of her numerous awards include the prestigious Ivor Novello for Outstanding Song Collection; two BRIT Awards for British Breakthrough Act and British Female Solo Artist; and both Best Album (Rise) and Best Single (Give Me A Little More Time) at the MOBO Awards. 2019 saw Gabrielle build on the success of her 2018 album, Under My Skin, by playing a near sold-out UK Headline Tour, BBC’s Proms In The Park (40,000), Blenheim Palace with Gladys Knight, Kingsholm Stadium with Nile Rogers as well as a summer full of festival dates.
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Guilty Pleasures DJs
Sean Rowley and Terry Hall's famous club night playing the likes of Olivia Newton John, E.L.O. to Hall & Oates and Dolly Parton.
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Iconic singer and political debater, Somerville is the man with the unmistakable voice who fronted Bronski Beat and The Communards in the 80s with such hits of 'Small Town Boy' and 'Don't Leave Me This Way'. He continues today as a solo artist producing new material, but still peforming the old classics.
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The London Gay Men's Chorus
Choral ensemble combining a mix of light classical, jazz, show tunes and pop songs with choreography, comedy and stunning costumes.
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Sister of Daniel "Gotta Get Thru This" Bedingfield, Natasha had a UK no.1 single in 2004 with 'These Words', along with a string of Top 10 singles in the Noughties including 'Single', 'Unwritten', 'I Wanna Have Your Babies' and 'Soulmate'. Natasha spends much of her time doing charity work and is an ambassador for Global Angels. She's also taken time out to pursue the occasional acting role, including voicing the character Elizabeth Stark in the video game version of James Bond - From Russia With Love. But she returned to her love of music in 2019 with new material.
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Sink The Pink
At Sink The Pink, everyone is welcome and everyone is celebrated. An antidote to the soulless mega clubs, they’re a collective of queens, club kids, pop superstars, creative juggernauts, flamboyant dancers, and acclaimed designers. Started in 2008, Sink The Pink has grown from humble beginnings at Bethnal Green working mens club to be one of the biggest LGBTQ nights in the world, selling out venues such as the Brixton Academy, Roundhouse and Troxy. Sink The Pink are part of the East Creative family with Mighty Hoopla, Savage and more. Join the Revolution.
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Singer/DJ who topped the charts in 2000 with hit dance single 'It Feels So Good'.
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American influenced but distinctly British.
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The Cocoa Butter Club
- Herne Hill
- SE24 9BJ