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Mighty Hoopla founders are ‘disrupting the fundraising industry’ with Pink Noise

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Mighty Hoopla founders Glyn Fussell and Jamie Tagg speak with GAY TIMES about their ‘disruptive’ new LGBTQIA+ foundation Pink Noise and the future of their pop music extravaganza.

WORDS BY SAM DAMSHENAS Glyn Fussell and Jamie Tagg love a bit of disruption. With their beloved LGBTQIA+ club night Sink the Pink, the duo injected some much-needed rainbow energy into a rather sanitised and heteronormative industry, bathing queers in glitter and sweat for over thirteen years.

And over on the festival circuit, Fussell and Tagg are the masterminds behind Mighty Hoopla, the UK’s ultimate celebration of pop music that has played host to icons such as Nelly Furtado, Kelly Rowland, Anastasia, Kelis, Jessie Ware, En Vogue and Sister Sledge.

Now, the creatives are aiming to bring that same energy over to the fundraising industry with their community-led foundation, Pink Noise. “What we do is sometimes wrapped up in a camp bow and people don’t realise that, actually, Mighty Hoopla disrupted the festival industry.

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