Mighty Hoopla 2023: When does the pop music festival start and finish?

Pop stars from around the world will perform at London’s Mighty Hoopla festival this June.

Mighty Hoopla is set to welcome pop fans to London's Brockwell Park across its two-day festival at the start of June. Music lovers will be treated to performances by pop royalty as well as the two-time Eurovision winner Loreen.

Since its start in 2016, the festival has welcomed several chart-topping artists and groups, including the likes of the Sugarbabes and Steps. This year's headliners include former Destiny's Child singer Kelly Rowland and Murder On The Dancefloor hitmaker Sophie Ellis-Bextor.

Last year the festival was reported to have expanded, with its two-day capacity reaching 50,000. This appears to have increased this year as the festival's Instagram notes the event expects to welcome "60,000 pop lovers."

As music fans prepare to descend on London's Brockwell Park for another weekend of pop-filled performances, London World has Mighty Hoopla attendees covered with what they need to know.

Here's when the 2023 Mighty Hoopla will kick off, as well as the start and finish times of the two-day festival.

When is Mighty Hoopla 2023?

The pop music festival is set to take place in the first weekend of June. The festivities will kick off on Saturday, June 3 and wrap up the following day on Sunday, June 4.

Brockwell Park has been home to the two-day festival for several years. The festival moved to the location back in 2018, with this year marking the event's fifth year taking over the green space. 

When does Mighty Hoopla 2023 start and finish? 

On both days, the festival doors will open to guests at 12pm. They will stay open throughout the afternoon and early evening across the weekend, with the last entry at 9:00pm.

The music curfew is 10.30pm on Saturday and 10.15pm on Sunday, meaning performances will come to an end just before this time to observe time restriction. Similar to previous years, set and stage timings are likely to be released closer to the festival.

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