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  British Summer Time Hyde Park

Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park (BST Hyde Park) is a music festival held over two weekends once a year in London's Hyde Park.It hosts a whole range of genres. . Since 2013, BST Hyde Park, there has been headliners such as The Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, Lionel Richie, Black Sabbath, Neil Young, The Libertines, Arcade Fire, The Who, Blur, The Strokes and Mumford and Sons

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sarah tsang sarah tsang Written 2017-03-30 11:19:52
BST Hyde Park will be held between 30th June - 9th July at Hyde Park , London

The line up so far are

30th June -

Phil Collins (Headlining)
Blondie
Mike and The Mechanics
The New Power Generation
KC and the sunshine band
Starsailor
Chas and Dave
Geyser FT Al Murray
Cats in Space

1st July -
Green Day (Headlining)
Rancid
Gogol Bordello
The Hives
The Living End
Beach Slang
SWMRS
Sunflower Bean
Public Access TV

July 2nd
Justin Bieber (Headlining)
Martin Garrix
Tove Lo
Anne Marie

6th July
Kings of Leon (Headlining)
Pixies
Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
Frightened Rabbit
Deaf Havana
Local Natives
Tom Grennan
The Cactus Blossoms
Saint Motel
Benjamin Booker
Biffy Raffoul

8th July
The Killers (Headlining)
Elbow
White Lies
Tears for Fears

9th July -
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers (Headlining)
Stevie Nicks
The Lumineers
Simona Dalla Valle Simona Dalla Valle Written 2014-05-02 12:08:50
Line up's for all dates announced so far below:

Friday 4th July

Main Stage
Black Sabbath
Soundgarden
Faith No More
Motorhead
Soulfly

The Barclaycard Theatre
Wolfmother
Hell
Reignwolf
Broken Hands
The Bots

Village Hall
Gallows
Bo Ningen
Hang The Bastard
A Plastic Rose

Summer Stage
Rise To Remain
Blitz Kids
The Struts
The First


Friday 5th July

Main Stage
The Libertines
The Pogues
Spiritualized
Maximo Park
The Enemy

Other Stages
Swim Deep
Reverend and the Makers
Wolf Alice
Darlia
Cuckoolander
I Am Kloot
Brownbear
The View
The Twang
The Rifles
Raglans


Sunday 6th July

Main Stage
McBusted
Backstreet Boys
The Vamps
Scouting For Girls
Diversity

The Barclaycard Theatre
Lawson
Five

Village Hall
Neon Jungle
Elyar Fox
Ollie Marland

Summer Stage
George Barnett
Joel Baker
Mike Dignam


Saturday 12th July

Main Stage
Neil Young and Crazy Horse
The National
Tom Odell
Half Moon Run
Lucy Rose

Barlcaycard Theatre
Midlake
Caitlin Rose
Phosphorescent
Flyte

Village Hall
Ethan Johns
The Webb Sisters

Summer Stage
Jack Savoretti
To Kill A King
Hero Fisher


Sunday 13th July

Main Stage
Tom Jones
Boyzone
Little Mix
10cc
The Bootleg Beatles

Children's activities including
Theatre from Horrible Histories
Nick Jr's GO! GO! GO! Band
Mr Men and Little Miss Arts & Crafts
Magic from Troy
Meet & Greet Hello Kitty
Shaun the Sheep Championships Live!
Carnival Parade
+ more to be announced across four stages
Simona Dalla Valle Simona Dalla Valle Written 2014-05-02 12:07:27
5 JULY 2014

THE LIBERTINES SET SAIL ON THE GOOD SHIP ALBION ONCE AGAIN THIS SUMMER!

This time it is the reformation everyone has been waiting for, The Boys In The Band are back. Pete, Carl, John and Gary make a long awaited return to the stage, playing their first full live shows since 2010. Joined by the cream of UK talent, this is the Best of British Summer Time. The band reunites for their largest ever UK show in London.
Maria Millan Maria Millan Written 2013-05-26 15:55:14
Elton John confirmed for British Summer Time gig in Hyde Park
He joins already announced headliners The Rolling Stones and Bon Jovi at the Hyde Park festival. London’s newest music festival has announced that Elton John will play the event in July.

With The Rolling Stones already set to play two sold-out dates, the Candle in the Wind singer joins Bon Jovi, The Vaccines and Jake Bugg for three weeks of live music in London’s Hyde Park at the Barclaycard presents British Summer Time show.

Supported by former Kinks frontman Ray Davies, and Elvis Costello, Sir Elton will play the venue on July 12, with tickets going on sale at 9am on Thursday May 23.

Due to an overwhelming demand for tickets, The Rolling Stones added a second Hyde Park date to their 50 And Counting tour, which will see the band play the venue on July 6 and 13 for the first time since their historic gig there in 1969.

When tickets were released for the first date the 65,000 allocation sold out in less than five minutes.

Bon Jovi will headline the venue on July 5.
Maria Millan Maria Millan Written 2013-05-12 08:16:03
This is a gold opportunity to see The Rolling Stones... Be part of that moment... I mean, they are going to die soon... so, is better that you don't miss this one life time chance.

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