What do I need to show to get into Mighty Hoopla?

Anyone coming to Mighty Hoopla will need to present ONE of the following:


NHS COVID Pass available on the NHS App, NOT the NHS COVID-19 app. Available here.


Vaccination Status Letter available here.

Welsh NHS COVID Pass available here.

COVIDCert NI App available here.

EU COVID Certificate, see here.

Negative Lateral Flow Test or PCR Test taken within 48 hours of your arrival at Brockwell Park. This must be shown via an NHS text message or email. You do not need an NHS number to register your results. You can register the test result here.

Or, if you don’t have one of the above, you need to show the following:

– A Negative Lateral Flow Test or PCR Test taken within 48 hours of your arrival at Brockwell Park. This must be shown via an NHS text message or email. You can register the test result here.

Should I use the NHS COVID-19 app to get in (England)?

No, you need to use the NHS app.

Click here to see the difference. 

Can I come to Mighty Hoopla if I’m not fully vaccinated?

Yes of course, however you will need to show proof of a negative NHS lateral flow test to gain entry to Mighty Hoopla. This must be shown via an NHS text message or email, and the test must have been taken within 48 hours of your arrival at Brockwell Park.

Where can I get lateral flow tests from?

You can order them from the NHS website to your home address. We’d advise ordering them as soon as possible. Click here to order lateral flow tests.

When do I need to take my lateral flow test?

Please take your lateral flow test at home within 48 hours of your arrival at Brockwell Park. There will be no facilities on site for you to take your lateral flow test.

How can I register my lateral flow test?

You can report your rapid lateral flow test by clicking here.

How can I create my NHS COVID pass (England)?

You can create your NHS COVID pass via the NHS app (including a downloadable PDF), on the NHS website or as a paper letter, which can be requested through the NHS website or by ringing 119.

What if I’m having problems with the NHS app (England)?

If you are having problems with the NHS app or website, please contact the NHS app team by clicking here.

What should I do if I test positive for COVID-19?

If you test positive for COVID-19 please do not attend the festival.

Please see our FAQ’s for what you can do with your tickets if you test positive before the event.


What if someone I am in close contact with tests positive for COVID-19 before/during the event?

If this happens before or during the event then you will need to follow the government guidance here.

Do I need my mask for Mighty Hoopla?

No, but let’s all try and take care of each other on our way to Brockwell Park. Whether you’re travelling by tube, train, car, bus or inflatable donkey, please wear your mask.

When can I take my mask off?

You can take your mask off when you’re inside the event, however we’d like to encourage everyone to put them on when queuing at our many bars and food outlets.

Can I bring hand sanitiser into Brockwell Park?

Yes, you can bring a bottle (maximum 50ml) into the festival. But you will be asked to use it on your skin before you’re allowed to take it in.

Will there be social distancing at Mighty Hoopla?

No, however we would like everyone to remember that for some people, this will be their first time in a large group of people since the pandemic. Be respectful of everyone’s space and don’t assume anyone will be ready to hug or dance with you, remember to ask for their consent. 

What measures are Mighty Hoopla implementing due to COVID-19?

There will be:

– Hand sanitiser stations throughout the festival, please use them!

– Deep cleaning of the high-touch points around the festival

– Bar/food vendor staff will be wearing facemasks whilst at the event

– All Mighty Hoopla staff, artists and performers will be abiding by the same restricitons as ticket holders prior to and during the event