This has been cancelled for 2021, Pearl Jam and Duran Duran will perform in 2022, statement here.
British Summer Time returns to Hyde Park for the 8th time, with shows on various days from Thursday 1st July until Sunday 11th July 2021 (DATES TO BE CONFIRMED) with 'open house' between the weekends from Monday 5th until Thursday 8th.
The headline shows are as follows (more shows to be announced):-
Friday 9th July: Pearl Jam, with Pixies, and more to be announced (from £70)
Saturday 10th July: Pearl Jam, with IDLES, and more to be announced (from £70)
Sunday 11th July: Duran Duran , with Nile Rodgers & Chic, and Grace Jones, with more to be announced (from £65).
For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale.
BST Hyde Park has been awarded (May 2019) Attitude Is Everything's Gold award for accessibility for deaf and disabled people's access to live music, and continues to make improvements. Ticket holders have the opportunity to provide evidence of disability in advance.
Provision includes accessible viewing areas, roaming drinks vendors, free personal assistant passes, accessible toilets at every toilet block, sign language interpreters, hearing induction loops, dedicated access hub and entrance, plus pre-event information available in audio and easy-to-read versions.
Doors open at 1pm for the headline shows.
The event includes a village green with a pub and farmers' market. Plus real lavatories, an outdoor pool bar, bistros, restaurants and cocktail bars.
On the weekdays between the main concerts is the free 'OPEN HOUSE', with FREE OUTDOOR MOVIE NIGHTS, LIVE MUSIC and ENTERTAINMENT, tennis screenings live from WIMBLEDON, STREET FOOD stalls from all over the world, POP UP BARS serving draft & craft beer, wine & cocktails, CIRCUS & CABARET performances, ARTS WORKSHOPS and much, much more.
There'll be more information here when available.
latest on this festival
with Nile Rodgers & CHIC, and Grace Jones, on Sunday 11th July 2021
line-ups & rumours
with Pixies (Friday), and IDLES (Saturday)
festival home page