What is the lineup for Mighty Hoopla 2023? Stage times for artists performing in London on Sunday
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Pop legends and a recent Eurovision winner will be performing at Mighty Hoopla this weekend.
The popular music festival is returning to London and promises to be another extravaganza for fans. An estimated 30,000 people are expected to descend on the capital for this year's event.
There will be more than 200 artists performing across 10 stages throughout the weekend. Our sister website LondonWorld has an indepth look at all the key information festivalgoers need to know before Mighty Hoopla starts.
But who is performing on the main stages - and what are the set times?
When and where is Mighty Hoopla?
The festival will take place at Brockwell Park in London on Saturday, 3 June, and Sunday, 4 June.
Who will perform on Sunday?
The festival will continue for a second day of pop music delight in London. Here is the lineup and stage times for the main stage of Mighty Hoopla on Sunday:
Sunday, 4 June
- 12.45pm - 1.05pm - Big Wett
- 1.30pm - 1.55pm - Leo Kalyan
- 2.20pm - 2.50pm - Gloria Groove
- 3.20pm - 4pm - Dagny
- 4pm - 4.20pm - Loreen
- 4.35pm - 5.15pm - Confidence Man
- 5.45pm - 6.30pm - Jake Shears
- 7.15pm - 8pm - Roisin Murphy
- 8.45pm - 10pm - Years and Years
Find the full lineup and stage times for the rest of the festival via the Mighty Hoopla app - more information here.
Who has already performed?
Saturday, 3 June
- 1.15pm - 1.40pm - Chinchilla
- 2.10pm - 2.45pm - Rose Gray
- 3.10pm - 3.40pm - Flo
- 4.10pm - 4.40pm - Nadine Coyle
- 5.30pm - 6.10pm - Aqua
- 7pm - 7.40pm - Natasha Bedingfield
- 8.20pm- 9pm - Kelis
- 9.45pm - 10.30pm - Kelly Rowland
For the full lineup and set times you can download the Woov Mighty Hoopla app from App Store, Play Store and other similar options.