Returning for another year is American Express presents British Summer Time Hyde Park - A massive 10 day event held in London’s Hyde park.
Previous years have seen headline performances from the likes Phil Collins, Massive Attack, Florence + The Machine, Mumford and Sons, Justin Bieber, Take That plus Stevie Wonder and this year you can expect another stellar line up with the first announcement being Rogers Waters of legendary Pink Floyd fame.
A wide range of entertainment will be hosted at the Hyde Park venue in between the weekends of music, including various film, music and sport events.
Last year's lineup
Thursday 2nd July
Saturday 4th July
Sunday 5th July
Friday 10th July 2020
Saturday 11th July 2020
Plus more TBA
British Summer Time festival information & FAQs
Disabled Access Information
The aim is to make sure that American Express presents British Summer Time Hyde Park is fully accessible to anyone who wants to attend. In 2013 the festival was awarded the Silver Level of the Charter of Best Practice by Attitude is Everything, a charity that improves deaf and disabled people’s access to live music. This is the first time a UK event has received the award in its first year.
Please bear in mind that there are limited hard standing walkways in Hyde Park which may make access a little difficult, especially in bad weather.
Travelling to/from the festival
American Express presents British Summer Time Hyde Park takes place on the Parade Ground on the East side of Hyde Park. The postcode of the event is W2 2UH. Please refer to the Royal Parks Map.
The central London location of our event means that we are well served by the public transport network and as part of our sustainability plan we urge you to use public transport where possible or even walk. Use TFL’s Journey Planner at www.tfl.gov.uk and check which entrance applies for your ticket type closer to the event.
Underground/Main Line Train Station
Tubes: Marble Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Bond Street, Knightsbridge, Green Park (step-free access), Lancaster Gate