British Summer Time 2013

Friday 5th to Sunday 14th July 2013
Hyde Park, Park Lane, Kensington & Chelsea, Greater London, W2 2UH, England MAP
from £35 to £495
daily capacity: 65000
last updated: Tue 9th Jul 2013

AEG Live's new event the Barclaycard British Summer Time takes place at Hyde Park in London from Friday 5th until Sunday 14th July 2013.

Line-up

Acts appear across four stages: the main Great Oak Stage, The Theatre, Village Hall and Bandstand.

Bon Jovi headline on Friday 5th July with support from Kaiser Chiefs, and Bush. Also confirmed for that day are The Futureheads, Charlie Simpson, The Coronas, Bernhoft, Rival Sons, Little Barrie, Funeral Suits, Leo Gun, All The Young, Josh Flowers & The Wild, and The Virginmarys.

The Rolling Stones headline on Saturday 6th July with support from The Vaccines, The Temper Trap, Gary Clark Jr., King Charles, and Palma Violets. Also confirmed for that day are The Boxer Rebellion, Temples, Story Books, Tribes, Broken Hands, Drenge, Gabriel Bruce, Will Heard, TriggerFinger, Kimberley Anne, Splashh, Loom, Will Joseph Cook, and Whinnie Williams.

JLS, and Beach Boys top 'A Day At The Park' will offer music, comedy and entertainment for all the family and will feature The Saturdays, Paul Young, Soul Rebels, The Cuban Brothers, The Overtones, Kimberly Wyatt, Lukas McFarlane, Ruff Diamond, Dionne Bromfield, the Loveable Rogues, Tich, The Gruffalo, Horrible Histories,Brainiac, and Avalon Comedy Theatre.

Elton John and his band will headline Friday, 12th July, with support from Ray Davies, Elvis Costello, Nick Lowe, Lucy Rose, Justin Currie, Tift Merritt, To Kill A King, Thea Gilmore, Scott McFarnon, and Olivia Sebastianelli.

The Rolling Stones also headline on Saturday 13th July with support from Jake Bugg, Tom Odell, The 1975, Vintage Trouble, The Horrors, Public Service Broadcasting, The Family Rain, Valerie June, Adam Cohen, Fink, Hudson Taylor, Luke Sital Singh, James Bay, Keziah Jones, Hero Fisher, Propellers, The Riptide Movement, and Wild Smiles.

Lionel Richie and Jennifer Lopez bring British Summer Time to a close in Hyde Park London on Sunday 14th July, also feat. Stooshe, Eliza Doolittle, Nile Rodgers and Chic, Charlie Brown, Vince Kidd, Smiler, Amplify Dot, Al Jarreau, Beverly Knight, Delilah and Angel.

For the line-up details as available please click here.

Tickets

Tickets for Bon Jovi are priced at £65. To buy tickets, click here.

Tickets for 'A Day At The Park' with JLS, and The Beach Boys go on general sale from 9am, Friday 24th May with family packages available, for families of three and 4. An adult ticket will be priced at £35, children's tickets priced at £20 and kids under 5 entering for free. eFestivals will have links to buy them then.

Tickets to The Rolling Stones first show have sold out. Tickets to the second show are still available priced from £599. To buy tickets, click here.

Tickets for Lionel Richie and Jennifer Lopez'd day go on general sale from 9am, Friday 24th May priced from £59.50 to £299, and eFestivals will have links to buy them then.

Tickets to Elton John's day are priced at £59.50 or £84.50 for golden circle, £425 for The Garden tickets (golden circle, and inclusive beer, wine soft drinks throughout the day), and £495 for Kings View seated in the hospitality grandstand with reception drinks followed by three course buffet in the King's View Lounge plus inclusive wine, beer and soft drinks throughout the day. To buy tickets now, for Elton John, click here.

More info

British Summer Time is the first big event in Hyde Park since AEG Live won the tender to host concerts there, replacing Live Nation. The event includes a village green with a pub and farmers' market. Plus real lavatories, an outdoor pool bar, bistros, restaurants and cocktail bars.

Across Hyde Park, there will be four themed zones each with its own specially designed installations and entertainment, high quality restaurants, bespoke salons, pubs, cocktail bars, cafes, bistros and independent food stalls. AEG is also committed to working with the natural surroundings of Hyde Park to ensure an environmentally-friendly footprint and has commissioned an internationally respected team of ecologists to advise on the planning and construction of Barclaycard British Summer Time.

Weekday events

From Monday to Thursday, the entire Barclaycard British Summer Time site, saved for the main Great Oak Stage, will give visitors the chance to get involved with smaller, more intimate events offering film, music, literature, sport and a specific family day for the whole family.

There'll be more information here when available.



Friday 5th to Sunday 14th July 2013
Hyde Park, Park Lane, Kensington & Chelsea, Greater London, W2 2UH, England MAP
from £35 to £495
daily capacity: 65000
last updated: Tue 9th Jul 2013


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