Soho House Festival 2024

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Thursday 4 July 2024
2pm to 10.30pm
Gunnersbury Park, west London


Soho House Festival returns to west London’s Gunnersbury Park in July – this time for one day only. Don’t miss your chance to join us for headline music acts and entertainment, plus an unlimited supply of signature Soho House food and drinks – including Pen Yen, Dirty Burger and Cecconi’s – all included in your ticket price. 
 
Here’s everything you need to know about booking:
 
Tickets go on sale for Soho House members only at 12pm GMT on Monday 4 March 2024 

Tickets cost £285 each for regular Soho House members, and £220 each for Soho House Under 27 members (plus booking fee). 
 
Soho House members can buy up to four tickets each (one for themselves, and three for guests)
 
All UK-based Soho House members will receive a booking link and access code by email on the morning of Monday 4 March. Your unique access code is the same as your five-character short membership code. 

Members based outside of the UK need to register their interest here before Wednesday 28 February to receive a booking link and an access code on Monday 4 March.

If you don’t receive an email containing the booking link, tickets can also be purchased from this page, using your short membership code. You can find your membership code by going to ‘Account’ and selecting ‘Membership’ in the Soho House app. 

As always, tickets include everything: access to the festival, all headline music acts and entertainment, and unlimited food and drinks throughout the day

Please note: Garden Tent tables are now sold out
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Highlights from Soho House Festival 2023

Unlimited food, drink and dancing took centre stage last year, soundtracked by Kelis, Sugababes and Pete Tong, among others
Charity partners 

Every year, Soho House Festival helps raise funds for charitable causes. In 2024, the festival will be supporting The Soho House Foundation and War Child UK, the only specialist charity for children affected by conflict.

The Soho House Foundation

The Soho House Foundation aims to fund and empower creatives from underrepresented groups to flourish by providing grants to charitable organisations worldwide. The foundation will also donate funds to support communities local to Soho House and to aid disaster relief.

WarChild UK

War Child UK was the partner for Soho House Festival from 2013 to 2017 – in those six years, £325,000 was raised, which has helped support thousands of children affected by war.