Here are the British Summer Time festival headliners to see live this summer...
Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 June 2023
Get(ting) the party started on a Saturday night is pop-rock princess P!nk, who is set to headline the first two nights of BST Hyde Park 2023, on 24 and 25 June. The 00s legend will hopefully perform hits from her 2001 album Missundaztood, which soared to the top of the charts in both the UK and US, as well as tracks from her brand new album, Trustfall. P!nk's supporting acts are likely to be just as impressive, with solo artist and former No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani already confirmed.
Buy tickets for Saturday 24 here
Buy tickets for Sunday 25 here
Friday 30 June
London will be Paradise City for rock and roll fans on 30 June, and those with tickets to BST festival will be Knocking on Heaven's Door, because hard rock group Guns N' Roses are performing some of the greatest hits live in Hyde Park.
Saturday 1 July
Bringing back the 90s on 1 July is headliner Take That. The 'boy band' (now all men in their late 40s and early 50s) who had a string of number one hits including 'Back For Good', 'Never Forget' and 'Greatest Day', launched the careers of singer turned producer and TV personality Gary Barlow, and solo artist Robbie Williams. The band continues to sell out stadiums on each of its reunion tours, and is due to release its ninth studio album later this year. Supporting Take That at BST are 00s Irish rock band The Script and fellow comeback group The Sugababes (who have been on a roll since stealing the show at Mighty Hoopla last summer). This nostalgia fest is not to be missed.
Sunday 2 July
In a first for the festival, BST is turning its attention to K-pop, welcoming genre favourites Blackpink – who in turn promise to bring a younger audience to the festival.
Thursday 6 & Saturday 8 July
In a huge feat for the all-star festival, legendary rock singer Bruce Springsteen is headlining BST Hyde Park 2023, and you've got not one but two chances to catch him live. For the last five decades, Springsteen has produced music melding rock, folk and Americana, humanising his songs with narratives about working class American life. He'll be joined at the festival by his backing group The E Street Band, who have been with the singer since he started out in the early 1970s. Supporting acts are yet to be announced, but watch this space.
Buy tickets for Thursday 6 July here
Buy tickets for Saturday 8 July here
Friday 7 July
In what's set to be his only European show of 2023, New York legend Billy Joel is headlining BST on 7 July. One of the most successful recording artists of all time, he's won six Grammy Awards (including the prestigious Grammy Legend Award) and sold 160 million records over the past quarter century. Don't miss this rare chance to see the 'Piano Man' live.
In between the two weekends of music, Hyde Park plays home to a midweek programme of free arts activities, Open House. Drop by to enjoy street acts, circus workshops, family entertainment and more.
|What||British Summer Time Festival 2023, Hyde Park|
|Where||Hyde Park | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Hyde Park Corner (underground)|
24 Jun 23 – 10 Jul 23, Dates and times vary depending on act
|Website||Click here for more information|