5 July 2019
The mega-voiced superstar will come to us fresh from her record-breaking Las Vegas residency, ready to headline the opening night of British Summer Time festival. As her fans know, her live shows are extraordinary, and she’ll be joined by heartthrob crooner Josh Groban and Claire Richards (the one from Steps with the great voice), so you’re in for a summer night full of soulful ballads and vocal acrobatics.
6 July 2019
There are few music superstars as celebrated and adored as Stevie Wonder. The singer, songwriter, musician and producer will be bringing The Stevie Wonder Song Party: A Celebration of Life, Love & Music to Hyde Park, joined by very special guest Lionel Richie. Two legends for the price of one!
7 July 2019
Diva extraordinaire Barbra Streisand has got London buzzing before she’s even taken to the stage. Iconic as an actress and activist along with her unmistakable vocals, expect her super-fans to be out in force. They’ll be hoping for classic songbook staples like Woman In Love, The Way We Were and Rain on My Parade, along with tracks from last year’s album Walls, her first collection of original songs since 2005.
12 July 2019
He’s one of the world’s most iconic singer-songwriters, a ten-time Grammy winner, was even awarded a Nobel Prize in 2016 – and this summer, he’s playing Hyde Park. Known as the soundtrack to a generation for over five decades, he’ll take you on a journey through folk, rock and beyond. Armed with his trusty guitar and brilliant band, he’ll also be joined by another living legend…
12 July 2019
Sending classic rock fans into raptures by playing on the same night as Dylan will be Canadian troubadour Neil Young. His classic albums like Harvest, After The Goldrush and On The Beach are still agreed to be some of the best in the genre and, this year, he’ll be bringing his band, Promise of the Real, which just happens to feature two of Willie Nelson’s sons. And you thought the night couldn’t get any cooler.
Florence + The Machine
13 July 2019
Riding high from the success of her fourth album, High As Hope, Florence Welch will be gracing Hyde Park with her otherworldly voice and belt-along hits from the last decade. Known for their festival-filling live performances, you can bet that Florence and her band will be kicking off the night in style.
13 July 2019
Sharing the stage with Florence will be festival favourites The National. The American indie superstars have a huge British following and a recent UK number 1 album under their belt, plus they’ll be joined by support acts like Lykke Li, Blood Orange and Marlon Williams. Get ready to rock out – this is going to be an unforgettable night.
14 July 2019
Back in the day, Robbie was the cheeky, warbling, waistcoat-wearing youngest member of Take That. Today, he’s a national treasure in his own right after storming the music scene for nearly 30 years, and all on his own terms. He’s responsible for six of the top 100 best-selling albums in British history and it’s accolades like this that have him judging on X Factor, playing 12 nights in Vegas and wrapping up British Summer Time, all in the same year.
Get your accommodation sorted
The best thing about British Summer Time at Hyde Park? No flyaway tents, grotty showers or hold-your-nose bogs. In fact, the best way to enjoy two weekends of unforgettable music is by staying nearby – in civilisation! Things fill up pretty quickly, so take a look at our lovely studio, one and two bedroom apartments around the capital, not to mention Native Hyde Park – our aparthotel that’s just a stone’s throw from the gigs. Combining the benefits of a home-away-from-home with the convenience of a hotel, we’ll also give you insightful advice into each particular neighbourhood, giving you access to all the hidden gems the city has to offer. Just like a native.
Book your festival flat at Native Hyde Park.