British Summer Time 2015

Thursday 18th to Sunday 28th June 2015
Hyde Park, Park Lane, Kensington & Chelsea, Greater London, W2 2UH, England MAP
from £55 to £75
daily capacity: 65000
last updated: Fri 12th Jun 2015

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AEG Live's event the Barclaycard presents British Summer Time returns to Hyde Park for a third time, with shows announced for Thursday 18th, Saturday 20th, Sunday 21st, Friday 26th and Saturday 27th June.

As well as the huge ticketed headliners, the midweek activities will return with free access for park visitors to enjoy film, music, sport and literature.

Line-up

The Strokes top the bill on Thursday 18th June with Beck, Future Islands, Temples, Public Service Broadcasting, The Wytches, Hinds, Gengahr, Yak, and Kieran Leonard.

Blur will headline Saturday 20th, with a line-up that includes Metronomy, The Horrors, Jupiter Bokondji and Okwess International, Drenge, Roots Manuva, Kitty Daisy & Lewis, Teleman, Iris Gold, Fufanu, and Sugarmen.

Kylie, with Grace Jones, and Chic featuring Nile Rodgers appear on Sunday 21st with Mika, Years And Years, Foxes, Bright Light Bright Light, Ekkah, Sunday Best (with Rob da Bank and friends including Mylo (DJ Set), and The Correspondents) and Pride in London.

Friday 26th will have The Who, with Paul Weller, Kaiser Chiefs, Johnny Marr, Gaz Coombes, The Rifles, Vintage Trouble, St Paul & The Broken Bones, Sugarmen, Sleaford Mods, Slydigs, Standard Lamps, and Rival State.

Saturday 27th will be headlined by Taylor Swift with Ellie Goulding, John Newman, Vance Joy, Rae Morris, JP Cooper, Lauren Aquilina, Laura Doggett, Sheppard, Jamie Lawson, and Iris Gold.

Family Day on Sunday features Justin Fletcher aka Mr Tumble, Union J, Collabro, Dick & Dom, Sam & Mark, The Cuban Brothers, The Vegetable Orchestra, SpongeBob SquarePants, Bart & Homer Simpson, Horrible Histories, Brainiac Live!, Chickenshed Theatre, Cook & Line - CBeebies Swashbuckling Pirates, The Cuban Brothers, Shaun The Sheep, Titan the Robot, Spot the Dog, Peppa Pig and George, Bethan Leadley, Helen Anderson, Hazel Hayes - Chewing Sand, The Mandeville Sisters, Disney’s Frozen Sing-along, Gaming Zone, Fit for Sport with The Looney Tunes, Cartoon Network Adventure Time Zone, BBC Radio1’s Jack & Dean, Niki ‘n’ Sammy, Jake Mitchell, Becca Lammin and Grace Victory, and Ugly Face of Beauty, plus Extreme BMX Team and the Parkour Team.

Tickets

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Tickets for The Strokes are priced from £59.50.

Tickets for Blur are priced from £75.

Tickets for Kylie, Grace Jones, and Chic featuring Nile Rodgers are priced from £60.40.

Tickets for The Who (Friday 26th June) are priced from £69 - SOLD OUT.

Tickets were priced from £55 for Taylor Swift day (Saturday 27th June) and have SOLD OUT.

Tickets for Family Day (Sunday 28th June) are priced from £21.95, cheaper the more tickets you buy.

Prices do not include booking fees.

More info

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

There'll be more information here when available.

with Ellie Goulding, and John Newman



Thursday 18th to Sunday 28th June 2015
Hyde Park, Park Lane, Kensington & Chelsea, Greater London, W2 2UH, England MAP
from £55 to £75
daily capacity: 65000
last updated: Fri 12th Jun 2015


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