Robbie Williams In Line For Massive Set at British Summer Time Festival

Robbie Williams has confirmed he’ll return to London for a massive show at next year’s British Summer Time Hyde Park.

The legendary singer will take to the Great Oak Stage on Sunday July 14, with more acts expected to be added to the line-up soon.

James King, Senior Vice President of AEG Presents said: ” One of the truly great British entertainers, we’re so excited to finally welcome Robbie Williams to Hyde Park who’s been on our wish list since we started seven years ago. Robbie works a crowd like no one else and his collection of hits will be the perfect way to round off Barclaycard presents British Summer Time for 2019.”

Tickets for the show will go on sale from 9AM on Thursday 6 December and you can buy them here.
Meanwhile, a presale for Barclaycard customers takes place from 9AM on Monday December 3 and can be accessed here.

 

In other BST news, it was announced earlier this week that Bob Dylan and Neil Young will play a huge co-headline show at the event on Friday July 12. Tickets for the event go on general sale at 9am today and you can buy tickets for the event here.

It was also recently announced that Robbie Williams will head out to Las Vegas next year for a residency in the desert city, which takes place only a month before his Hyde Park show.

Recently, Williams also brought up the conversation of Take That’s next reunion tour. With the success of Gary Barlow’s West End musical inspired by Take That, The Band, and the potential of a new album, talk of a Take That tour has never been higher. It only forces the question, will Take That surprise during Robbie’s slot at BST?

Follow #RobbieWilliams on twitter to follow future shows and the potential of a tour.

I'm a final year English Language and Literature student at the University of Leeds with a love of music. I bring music into every facet of my life, from getting the Leeds Griffins Quidditch Team pumped pre-game as their President, to writing music for small film projects with friends, it is the one constant in everything I do. I've previously worked with the BBC, Disney, Amazon Studios and looking to see where my love of music can take me once I graduate this year.

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