British Summer Time (concerts)

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BST Hyde Park
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Concert at BST Hyde Park 2018
VenueHyde Park, London
Attendance65,000
Websitebst-hydepark.com

British Summer Time Hyde Park (BST Hyde Park) is a series of concerts held over two or three weekends once a year in London's Hyde Park. Since 2013, BST Hyde Park has seen headliners such as Celine Dion, the Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, Barbra Streisand, Lionel Richie, Kylie Minogue, Black Sabbath, Neil Young, Pearl Jam, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Guns N' Roses, The Who, Blur, The Strokes, Taylor Swift and Adele.[1] In 2022 the capacity was 65,000.[2]

2023[edit]

Scheduled line-up[3]
Saturday 24 June Sunday 25 June Friday 30 June Saturday 1 July Sunday 2 July Thursday 6 July Friday 7 July Saturday 8 July
Pink

Gwen Stefani

Guns N' Roses Take That

The Script
Sugababes

Blackpink Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band Billy Joel Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band

2022[edit]

Scheduled line-up
Friday 24 June[4] Saturday 25 June[5] Sunday 26 June Friday 1 July Saturday 2 July Sunday 3 July[5] Friday 8 July Saturday 9 July Sunday 10 July
Elton John

Rina Sawayama
Gabriels
Let's Eat Grandma
BERWYN
Thomas Headon
Tom A Smith
Juanita Euka

The Rolling Stones

The War on Drugs
Phoebe Bridgers
Vista Kicks
JJ Rosa
Kelly McGrath

Eagles

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss
Little Big Town
Morgan Wade
The Wandering Hearts

Adele[6]

Gabrielle
Kacey Musgraves
Mahalia
Self Esteem
Nilüfer Yanya
Tiana Major9
Chrissi
Bonnie Kemplay
Ruti
Tamzene

The Rolling Stones

Sam Fender
Courtney Barnett
Christone "Kingfish" Ingram
The Dinner Party
The Flints

Pearl Jam

Pixies
Cat Power
White Reaper
The Murder Capital
The Glorious Sons
Simon Townshend
La Luz
Sick Joy
October Drift
Fatherson
Life
Dream Nails
Daytime TV

Pearl Jam
Stereophonics
Johnny Marr
Imelda May
Temples
The Last Internationale
La Luz
The Wild Things
JJ Wilde
Tigercub
Whispering Sons
Petrol Girls
James & the Cold Gun
Peaks!
Connor Selby
Duran Duran

Nile Rodgers & Chic
Aurora
Laura Mvula
Warmduscher
Charlotte Adigéry
Rozzi
Stacey Ryan
Faux Real
Love Sick

2020[edit]

  • Note: Below is the scheduled line-up for the 2020 series; on 8 April 2020, the entire series was cancelled due to public assembly concerns in regards to the coronavirus pandemic.[7]
Scheduled line-up[8][9]
Thursday 2 July Saturday 4 July Sunday 5 July Friday 10 July Saturday 11 July Sunday 12 July
Post Malone Little Mix

Rita Ora

Kesha

Zara Larsson

Kendrick Lamar

James Blake

Brittany Howard

Pearl Jam

Pixies

White Reaper

Taylor Swift Duran Duran

Gwen Stefani

Nile Rodgers

CHIC

2019[edit]

Line-Up[8][10]
Friday 5 July Saturday 6 July Sunday 7 July Saturday 13 July Sunday 14 July
Céline Dion

Josh Groban

Claire Richards

Jazz Morley

The Adelaides

Alice Chater

Kerri Watt

Stevie Wonder

Lionel Richie

Lianne La Havas

Corinne Bailey Rae

Norman Jay MBE

The Heavy

Benedict Cork

Barbra Streisand

Bryan Ferry

Kris Kristofferson

Ramin Karmiloo

The Kingdom Choir

Richard Marx

Jamie Lawson

Fauozia

Riva Taylor

Hannah Grace

AJ Brown

Florence + the Machine

The National

Lykke Li

Khruangbin

Nadine Shah

Aldous Harding

Cherry Glazerr

Marlon Williams

Let's Eat Grandma

Self Esteem

Goat Girl

Roses Gabor

Connie Constance

Mathilda Homer

CC Honeymoon

Robbie Williams

Black Eyed Peas

Keane

Texas

Feeder

Saint Sister

Acacia and Aaliyah

Callum Beattie

Roe

Raphi

2018[edit]

Line-Up[8]
Friday 6 July Saturday 7 July Sunday 8 July Friday 13 July Saturday 14 July Sunday 15 July
Roger Waters
Richard Ashcroft
Seasick Steve
Squeeze
The Cure
Interpol
Goldfrapp
Editors
Ride
Slowdive
The Twilight Sad

Lisa Hannigan

Eric Clapton
Santana
Steve Winwood
Gary Clark Jr
Zucchero Fornaciari
Michael Bublé
Van Morrison
Bananarama
The Feeling
The Shires

Catherine McGrath

The Adelaides

Megan McKenna

Rob Green

Gypsyfingers

The Tailormade

Bruno Mars
Khalid

DNCE

Charlie Wilson

Trombone Shorty

Yungen

Tom Walker

Sofi Tukker

Liv Dawson

Alex Hepburn

DJ Rashida

Paul Simon
James Taylor & His All-Star Band
Bonnie Raitt

Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit

Tom Chaplin

Ward Thomas

Shawn Colvin

Callaghan

Night Flight

Sarah Darling

Jesca Hoop

Blueprint Blue

As well as the music artists shown above, the FIFA World Cup semi-final match between England and Croatia was screened. This was the largest London screening of a football match since 1996.[11]

2017[edit]

Line-Up[12]
Friday 30 June Saturday 1 July Sunday 2 July Thursday 6 July Saturday 8 July Sunday 9 July
Phil Collins

Blondie
Mike and the Mechanics
KC & The Sunshine Band
Starsailor
The New Power Generation
Chas & Dave
Geyser ft Al Murray
Cats In Space

Green Day

Rancid
Gogol Bordello
The Hives
The Damned
Stiff Little Fingers

Justin Bieber

Martin Garrix
Tove Lo
Anne-Marie

Kings of Leon

Pixies
Nathaniel Rateliff
The Night Sweats

The Killers

Elbow
Tears for Fears
White Lies

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Stevie Nicks
The Lumineers


The Stranglers
The Living End
Beach Slang
Swmrs
Sunflower Bean
Public Access T.V.
TIGRESS[13]


Louis the Child
Jain
Mabel
Nina Nesbitt
Sheppard
Will Heard
James Hersey
Anna of the North
Skinny Living
Dagny

Sarah Close
Glowie|
Frightened Rabbit
Deaf Havana
Local Natives
Tom Grennan
The Cactus Blossoms
Saint Motel
Benjamin Booker
Billy Raffoul

White Lies[14]

Cold War Kids[14]

British Sea Power[14]

Mew[14]

Mystery Jets[14]

The Strypes[14]

Alex Cameron[14]


Ward Thomas
The Head and the Heart
Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown
The Shelters
Diane Birch
Jordan MacKampa
Juanita Stein
Jade Bird
Catherine Mcgrath

2016[edit]

Line-up[15]
Friday 1 July Saturday 2 July Sunday 3 July Friday 8 July Saturday 9 July Sunday 10 July
Massive Attack with Young Fathers

Patti Smith
TV on the Radio
Warpaint
Ghostpoet

Florence + The Machine

Kendrick Lamar
Jamie XX
Cat Power

Todd Terje
Blood Orange
Kamasi Washington
Poliça
Georgia
Kelsey Lu
Khruangbin
Gabriel Bruce
Gwilym Gold
Cloves

Carole King

Don Henley
Michael Kiwanuka
Louise Goffin
RY X

Ward Thomas

Billie Marten

Mumford & Sons

Alabama Shakes
Wolf Alice
Nick Mulvey
Kurt Vile
Mystery Jets

Baaba Maal
The Very Best
Beatenberg
Baio
Mt. Desolation
Matthew & The Atlas
Modern Pleasure
Rukhsana Merrise
The Strumbellas

Take That

Olly Murs
Ella Eyre
Jamie Lawson
Nathan Sykes

Stevie Wonder

Pharrell Williams
Corinne Bailey Rae
King

2015[edit]

Line-up[16]
Thursday 18 June Saturday 20 June Sunday 21 June Friday 26 June Saturday 27 June[17] Sunday 28 June
Great Oak Stage
The Strokes

Beck
Future Islands

Fufanu
Gengahr
Hinds
Kieran Leonard
Public Service Broadcasting
Temples
The Wytches
Yak

Blur

The Horrors
Metronomy

Drenge

Broken Hands
Iris Gold
Jupiter Bokondji and Okwess International
Kitty Daisy & Lewis
Metronomy
Roots Manuva
Sugarmen
Teleman

Kylie Minogue

Grace Jones
Chic and Nile Rodgers

Mylo
Rob da Bank
The Correspondents

Bright Light Bright Light
Ekkah
Foxes
Mika
Years and Years

The Who

Paul Weller
Kaiser Chiefs
Johnny Marr
Gaz Coombes

The Rifles
Vintage Trouble
St Paul and The Broken Bones
Sugarmen

Sleaford Mods
SlyDigs
Standard Lamps
Rival State

Taylor Swift

Ellie Goulding
John Newman
Vance Joy
Rae Morris

Iris Gold
Jamie Lawson
JP Cooper
Laura Doggett
Lauren Aquilina
Sheppard

Union J


Mr Tumble
Collabro
Dick & Dom
Sam & Mark
The Cuban Brothers
The Vegetable Orchestra
Bethan Leadley

2014[edit]

Line-up[18]
Thursday 3 July Friday 4 July Saturday 5 July Sunday 6 July Tuesday 8 July Thursday 10 July Saturday 12 July Sunday 13 July
Arcade Fire

Jake Bugg
Wild Beasts
Future Islands

Public Service Broadcasting
The Hearts
Wakey!Wakey!

Black Sabbath

Soundgarden
Faith No More
Motörhead
Soulfly

Wolfmother
Hell
Kobra And The Lotus
Ume
Broken Hands
The Bots

Gallows
Bo Ningen
The Graveltones
Hang the Bastard
A Plastic Rose

Rise To Remain
Blitz Kids
The Struts
The First

Wolfmother
Gallows
Vukovi

The Libertines

Lucie Barat
The View
Deadcuts
Lipstick Melodies

Brown Bear
Cuckoo Lander
Darlia
Graham Coxon
I Am Kloot
Maxïmo Park
Raglans
Reverend And The Makers
Spiritualized
Swim Deep
The Enemy
The Rifles
The Twang
The View
Wolf Alice

McBusted

Backstreet Boys
The Vamps
Scouting For Girls
Diversity

Wheatus

Lawson
Five

Neon Jungle

Elyar Fox

Ollie Marland

George Barnett
Joel Baker
Mike Dignam

Rixton


Young Kato
Jacob & Goliath

Tim Minchin

Milton Jones
Nina Conti
Alan Davies
Gina Yashere
Jasper Carrot

Neil Young & Crazy Horse

The National
Tom Odell
Half Moon Run
Lucy Rose

Caitlin Rose
Phosphorescent
Flyte

Ethan Johns
The Webb Sisters

Jack Savoretti
To Kill A King
Hero Fisher

Grant Nicholas
Meadowlark
To Kill A King
Battles of Winter

Tom Jones

Boyzone
Little Mix
10cc
Bootleg Beatles

Amelia Lily
DJ Harvey

2013[edit]

Line-up[19]
Friday 5 July Saturday 6 July Sunday 7 July Friday 12 July Saturday 13 July Sunday 14 July
Great Oak Stage
Bon Jovi


Kaiser Chiefs
Bush

The Rolling Stones

The Vaccines
The Temper Trap
Gary Clark Jr.
King Charles

JLS
The Beach Boys

The Saturdays
Paul Young
Soul Rebels
The Cuban Brothers
The Overtones
Kimberly Wyatt
Lukas McFarlane
Ruff Diamond

Ray Davies

Elvis Costello
Gabrielle Aplin
Nick Lowe

The Rolling Stones

Jake Bugg
Tom Odell
The 1975
Vintage Trouble

Lionel Richie
Jennifer Lopez

Chic featuring Nile Rodgers
Eliza Doolittle
Stooshe

The Theatre

The Futureheads
Charlie Simpson
The Coronas
Bernhoft

Palma Violets
The Boxer Rebellion
Temples
Story Books

The Gruffalo

Lucy Rose
Justin Currie

The Horrors
Public Service Broadcasting
The Family Rain
Valerie June

Al Jarreau
Beverley Knight
Delilah
Angel

Village Hall

Rival Sons
Little Barrie
Funeral Suits
Leo Gun

Tribes
Broken Hands
Drenge
Gabriel Bruce
Will Heard

Dionne Bromfield
Loveable Rogues
Tich

Tift Merritt
To Kill a King

Adam Cohen
Fink
Hudson Taylor
Luke Sital-Singh
James Bay

Charlie Brown
Vince Kidd
Smiler
Amplify Dot

Bandstand

All the Young
Josh Flowers
The Virginmarys

Triggerfinger
Kimberly Anne
Splashh
Loom
Will Joseph Clark
Whinnie Williams

Avalon Comedy Stage

Thea Gilmore
Scott McFarnon
Olivia Sebastianelli

Keziah Jones
Hero Fisher
Propellers
The Riptide Movement
Wild Smiles

Incognito
Little of the World
Pigbag

Elton John had been scheduled to perform on Friday 12 July, but he had to cancel due to illness. All tickets were refunded and the event was made free as a one-off.[20]

References[edit]

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  10. ^ Park, BST Hyde. "Barbra Streisand - The ultimate icon in London | BST Hyde Park". www.bst-hydepark.com. Retrieved 7 July 2019.
  11. ^ "British Summer Time announce huge screening of England vs Croatia World Cup match and Lightning Seeds performance at Hyde Park". NME. 9 July 2018. Retrieved 10 May 2022.
  12. ^ "Line-Up (2017)". bst-hydepark.com. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
  13. ^ Kerrang! Radio (10 August 2017), Tigress live at Barclaycard Presents BST Hyde Park, retrieved 20 September 2017
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