Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park builds its sensational second weekend line up as very special guests for Bruno Mars (14th July),Michael Bublé (13th July) and Paul Simon (15th July) are announced.
Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park has a monumental show lined up for Sunday 15th July. Paul Simon will close the festival for 2018, which will also be the final UK show of his last ever tour, ‘The Farewell Performance’.
Johnny Flynn is a folk singer, guitarist and poet. Since rising to the spotlight, Flynn has four successful albums under his belt with his band Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit.
They’ve been on the road and collaborated with artists such as Mumford and Sons and Laura Marling.
Johnny is also a familiar face in the acting world, best known for his lead role in Channel 4 and Netflix rom-com series ‘Love Sick’.
Tom Chaplin fronted pop-rock band Keane, before making waves as a solo artist with his striking vocals on debut album ‘The Wave’ in 2016, he has since headlined his own national tour. Hyde Park is in for a treat.
Also on the line up for 15th July is BST favourites Ward Thomas, three time Grammy winner Shawn Colvin, Callaghan, Night Flight, Sarah Darling, Jesca Hoop, Blueprint Blue and more to be revealed. Previously announced are James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt.
One of the biggest popstars of the 21st century, multiple BRIT and Grammy Awards winner, Bruno Mars is taking to the Great Oak Stage on Saturday 14th July, fresh off the back of his 24K Magic World Tour.
Heating up the stage for Bruno Mars is DNCE. Assembled by frontman Joe Jonas in the summer of 2015, DNCE have shot to success with their debut single “Cake By The Ocean”.
Since then, they have become one of the world’s most buzzworthy acts, winning ‘Best New Act at MTV Video Music Awards in 2016 and releasing their self titled double platinum album the same year.
The legendary Charlie Wilson (A.K.A Uncle Charlie) is a musician, singer, songwriter, producer, multiple Grammy nominee and the former lead vocalist of The Gap Band hailing from the states.
He received the BET ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ in 2013 and his star pals include Snoop Dogg and Justin Timberlake, for whom he featured on the summer anthem ‘Signs’ in 2004. Hyde Park can’t wait to welcome such a superstar.
Also joining the mega line up for Bruno Mars is cool trombonist and singer Trombone Shorty, London rapper Yungen, gravel-voiced singer-songwriterTom Walker, New York based duo Sofi Tukker, pop poet Liv Dawson, soul singer songwriter Alex Hepburn and DJ Rashida.
This line up promises an entire day of funk, soul and summer tunes. Already announced is Khalid.
Michael Bublé’s classic voice, endearing charm and sheer panache have helped him carve a unique place in the hearts of fans around the world. His Hyde Park show is a UK exclusive performance of 2018.
Joining Mr Bublé on Friday 13th July will be fast rising Irish pop-country star Catherine McGrath, who is making a welcome return to Hyde Park after her outstanding performance last year, and Country-pop trio The Adelaides, who have gone from strength to strength since wowing a hardcore country audience when they played at the Country Music Fest show in October 2017.
Also added to the bill is TOWIE turned Country music star Megan McKenna, Nottingham-based singer songwriter Rob Green, alternative folk duo Gypsyfingers and Indie Brit-pop trio The Tailormade.
Already announced on the line up are Van Morrison, Bananarama, The Feeling and The Shires.
With many more guests to be announced for the first weekend, the headliners for Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park 2018are: Roger Waters (6th July), The Cure (7th July), Eric Clapton (8th July), Bruno Mars (14th July) and Paul Simon (15th July).
Tickets for Roger Waters (6th July), The Cure (7thJuly) and Eric Clapton(8thJuly) have now SOLD OUT