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Win a pair of tickets for Mighty Hoopla 2018

Feat. TLC, Lily Allen, Belinda Carlisle, Betty Who, Boyzlife, B*Witched, Five, Louise, Louisa Johnson, Mel Blatt, Melanie C, MNEK, Vengaboys and more.
Published: 8:47 pm, April 12, 2018
Win a pair of tickets for Mighty Hoopla 2018
All these festivals have the same line-ups, they cry. The same bands, in the same slots, playing the same stuff to the same people. Yeah - not at Mighty Hoopla. Packed with some of the most ridiculously fun pop on the planet, you’re not gonna catch the Vengabus to Reading & Leeds, now are you?

A “celebration of London’s alternative club culture”, pop doyens Sink The Pink and Guilty Pleasures host the main stages with the third stage programmed by The Grand, the South London home to so many experiential club nights. The bill includes TLC (yes, TLC! For their first ever UK festival!), Lily Allen, B*Witched, Five, Louise, Melanie C and loads more gloriously joyous names. No Kings of Leon, either. Everyone’s a winner.

Want to pop along to join in the fun? Enter our competition below to win a pair of tix, or head to mightyhoopla.com to buy them. Mightly Hoopla takes place on 3rd June at Brockwell Park, London.

You can also find out more about this summer's festival fun in Dork's Festival Guide 2018 - order your copy below.

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