Mighty Hoopla has announced its 2023 line-up, featuring Year & Years, Confidence Man, Kelly Rowland & more

The festival will be held at London’s Brockwell Park on June 3rd and 4th.

Mighty Hoopla 2023 has confirmed its slate of acts for next June’s London festival, including Years & Years, Kelly Rowland, and Confidence Man.

The festival will be held at London’s Brockwell Park on June 3rd and 4th, offering four music stages, a range of other hosts and live shows, and a variety of DJ performances.

Kelly Rowland of Destiny’s Child may have risen to fame as part of one of the world’s best-selling girl groups of all time and inspired generations of R&B artists, but her solo career has been equally fruitful; 13 UK top 20 singles, 5 Grammy Awards, and 2 Billboard awards just to name a few accolades, Rowland will bring all of that and more to the London stage’s next summer as Mighty Hoopla’s Saturday headliner.

Years & Years will lead the Sunday celebrations, with Olly Alexander set to deliver nearly a decade of electro-pop and R&B-influenced tunes. His recent third album, ‘Night Call’, went on to top the UK charts, and Olly recently shared a rendition of Crystal Waters’ 1994 dance classic, ‘100% Pure Love’ – this boy knows how to have fun.

Aussie dance-slash-rave duo Confidence Man are known for putting on an eclectic live show, as they are currently proving on their UK headline tour. Featuring several outfit changes, heavily choreographed stage movements, and hefty tunes to back it all up, this will be a set you won’t want to miss. The elusive pair dropped their second album back in April, with Dork’s 4-star review declaring it to be “obnoxious, arrogant and charmingly justified in its attitude”. “Usually, it’s just us screaming at each other,” singer Janet Planet admitted to Dork in a recent interview feature.

Aqua, Kelis, and Vengaboys fill out a bill of pop and dance icons sure to keep festival-goers boogying all weekend long.

You can view the line-up announcement in full below:

Tickets are available online here.

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