Join pop sensation Take That and special guests on the second Saturday of Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park.
The music festival returns to the historic Royal Park in Central London with another great line up of established superstars and talented emerging acts across 10 days of summer.
Headlining the day are the award-winning pop trio Take That, with lead singer Gary Barlow alongside Howard Donald and Mark Owen. Formed in 1990, Take That began as a five-member boy band topping the charts with such hits as Never Forget, Relight My Fire, Pray, Everything Changes But You and Could It Be Magic.
After Robbie Williams’ departure in 1995 and the band’s split in 1996, the group reformed in 2005 and are now a three-piece band with Jason Orange recently choosing to move on. Their most recent songs include Rule The World, Patience, Greatest Day, These Days and new single Hey Boy.
Joining Take That on the Great Oak Stage is one of Britain’s best-loved pop stars, Olly Murs, plus rising star Ella Eyre, singer of hit song Wasn’t Expecting That Jamie Lawson, and Nathan Sykes making his debut as a solo artist following his time with boyband The Wanted.
Venue Details & Map
Hyde ParkLondonW2 2UH
- 0300 061 2000
- Public transport:
- Tube: Hyde Park Corner or Marble Arch.