Soho House Festival 2024

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Tickets are now sold out

Thursday 4 July
2pm to 10.30pm
Gunnersbury Park, London W3 8LQ
 
The line-up
The full line-up is here, with Jessie Ware, Chaka Khan, DJ Spoony presents Garage Classical Orchestra, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Good Neighbours and Future Utopia on the main stage. And on the park stage, don’t miss 2ManyDJs (DJ set), The Blessed Madonna, Kenya Grace, Dan Whitlam, and Soft Launch.
 
Food and drink
As always, tickets include unlimited food and drink. On offer, there will be Soho House classic dishes and favourites from Cecconi’s and Pen Yen, plus the Soho House barbecue, complete with a seafood spread that includes fresh lobster, prawns and scallops. We’ll be featuring pop-ups from Berenjak, Symplicity, Neat Burger, Crosstown Doughnuts, Churros Garcia, Breddos Tacos, Riddle & Finns, Big Mum’s Samosas, Cue Point, Ruben’s Reubens, and Farmacy. Patrón will return, offering Picantes and Palomas from the Hacienda Bar, and St-Germain will be on hand to shake up St-Germain Spritzes throughout the day. Across the site, Moët & Chandon, Woodford Reserve, Double Dutch, Rock Angel and Peroni will keep you refreshed, with Water Junkie, Nespresso and Grind coffee on hand to offer additional pick-me-ups. For a sweet treat, keep your eyes peeled for Little Moons, Häagen-Dazs and Peppersmith around the festival site.
 
More to explore
If you’re looking to relax, head over to the beauty tent, where we’ll be offering hair styling and treatments from Briogeo. You will also find Pavan Beauty Henna Bar, as well as our very own Cowshed team who will be on hand for mini massages. Elsewhere across the festival, you can enjoy tarot card reading, a floral headdress-making workshop with Porsche and, as always, the rides at the mini fun fair, too.
 
Tickets are now sold out
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Frequently asked questions

We’ll be announcing the acts in early June.
Doors open at 2pm and the last act will finish at 10.30pm.
All tickets are non-refundable, non-transferable and are allocated to the member and their guest by name. ID must be brought on the day.
Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate children under 12 or pets.
Yes, all food and drink is included.
Yes, there will be options suited to all dietary restrictions.
No, there is no parking on site.
Acton Town tube station (Piccadilly and District lines) or South Ealing tube station (Piccadilly line).
Soho House Festival takes place on a green field site, with the arena being situated entirely on grass. During bad weather, some parts of the site may be muddy or water-logged and undulating in places, so some areas may be difficult to navigate for wheelchair users. However, generally the site is reasonably flat throughout.
 
There will be two accessible toilets, one in the Friends of the Festival area and one in the main arena toilet block next to the Park Stage. 
 
There will be one accessible viewing platform at the main stage, which will have ramp access. This will operate on a first-come, first-served basis for those with special access wristbands. All requests for special access wristbands are to be made through shfestival@sohohouse.com. Once approved, the wristbands will be available at the entrance to the festival on the day. 
 
We also offer Personal Assistant tickets for those who require assistance at no additional charge. Requests are to be made through shfestival@sohohouse.com.
 
We will require one of the below documentations to support your special access and/ or PA request.
 
Copy of DLA, PIP or Adult Disability Payment entitlement letter
Evidence of registered sight impaired (blind)
Credability Access Card (with +1 icon)
Copy of Attendance Allowance letter
A current and valid blue badge
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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.