AEG Live's event the Barclaycard British Summer Time returns for a second edition and takes place at Hyde Park in London from Friday 4th until Sunday 13th July 2014.
Acts appear across four stages: the main Great Oak Stage, The Theatre, Village Hall and Bandstand.
The opening headliner on Thursday 3rd July is Arcade Fire who are supported by Jake Bugg, Wild Beasts and Future Islands, plus more TBA.
Black Sabbath will headline on Friday 4th July with a supporting cast that includes Soundgarden, Faith No More, Motorhead, Soulfly, Gallows, Hell, Kobra And The Lotus, Bo Ningen, Rise To Remain, Broken Hands, Wolfmother, The Bots, The Graveltones, Hang the Bastard, A Plastic Rose, Rise To Remain, Blitz Kids, The Struts, and The First.
The Libertines reunite to headline on Saturday 5th July 2014 with Graham Coxon, The Pogues, Spiritualized, Maximo Park, Wolf Alice, Swim Deep, The Enemy, Reverend And The Makers, I Am Kloot, The View, Darlia, Cuckoo Lander, Brown Bear, The Twang, The Rifles, and Raglans.
McBusted headline on Sunday 6th July with special guests The Backstreet Boys, Scouting for Girls, Diversity, Lawson, Five, Neon Jungle, Elyar Fox, Ollie Marland, George Barnett, Joel Baker, and Mike Dignam.
Tim Minchin headlines a day of comedy on Thursday 10th July with Milton Jones, Nina Conti, Alan Davies, Gina Yashere, and special guest host Jasper Carrot.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse headline on Saturday 12th July with support from The National, Tom Odell, Caitlin Rose, Half Moon Run, Lucy Rose, Ethan Johns, The Webb Sisters, Jack Savoretti, To Kill A King, Hero Fisher, Phosphorescent, and Flyte.
Tom Jones will be headlining Sunday 13th July 2014 a day for all the family with family friendly music acts and much-loved children’s entertainers on with Boyzone, Little Mix, 10cc, Bootleg Beatles, Horrible Histories, Shaun the Sheep, Go!Go!Go!, Mr Men Little Miss, Troy, plus a Carnival area with performances, food outlets, and more.
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Tickets for Arcade Fire are priced from £59.50, tickets are priced at £76.60 for Black Sabbath on Friday 4th July, £54.95 for McBusted on Sunday 6th July, and £66.60 for Neil Young and Crazy Horse on Saturday 12th July. Tickets for The Libertines day are priced from £55.
Tickets for the family day headlined by Tom Jones are priced at £35, a child (aged 6-16 years) ticket is priced at £20, and 5 year olds and under go for free, a family of four can buy a ticket for £90.
Tickets for the comedy day are priced at £29 for standard general admission, or £35 for terrace seating (unreserved). Access to the Barclaycard Summer Garden for an additional £20 per person. Tickets are strictly limited to 4,000.
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.
Again in 2014 weekend will be linked by a midweek programme of diverse entertainment, accessible for all to enjoy. From Monday to Thursday, the entire Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park site, except for the main stage, will give visitors the chance to get involved with smaller, more intimate events in the areas of film, music, literature and sport.
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