The British Summer Time Festival is one of the biggest music events in the UK. With the show once again this weekend. It is set to be an extra special event this year. In which Elton John will give one of the last performances of his legendary career.
finally with the show once again
She is not the only prominent name to participate in the festival. With a stacked line-up of music legends from around the world, all are heading to Hyde Park in London. Tickets are selling out fast, with some of the main performances already over. The festival is spread over three main weekends. The event will run from Friday, June 24 to Sunday, July 10.
Last Weekend of BST Hyde Park
Completed dates are Friday, June 24, Saturday 25, and Sunday 26. This is followed by Friday, July 1, Saturday 2, and Sunday 3. The last weekend of BST Hyde Park falls on Friday, July 8, Saturday 9, and Sunday 10.
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The entire celebration will take place in Hyde Park, London. Although it will not be shown on television. So if you are looking forward to seeing the performance. So you have to stay there.
Elton John – Friday, June 24
Elton John will give his final performance at BST Image: Ben Gibson/HST Global Ltd t/a Rocket Entertainment)
As part of his final farewell tour, Elton John will take to the main stage in Hyde Park on Friday, June 24.
This will be a must-see for Rocketman fans and the demand for the gig is already massive.
Tickets are completely sold out. There is no extra space for general admission.
The Rolling Stones – Saturday, June 25, and Sunday, July 3
The Rolling Stones are touring Europe recently. His last gig is taking place in Milan before his flight to London.
Europe’s sunshine for England’s gray skies
Now they’re in Hyde Park for the weekend. But in classic British summer fashion, they’re leaving the sunshine of Europe for the gray skies of England. Although it will not reduce the show. There are only a few tickets left before we go to the main stage.
Eagles – Sunday, June 26
One of LA’s definitive American rock bands, they have traveled across the pond for a very special performance in London. He has just given a decent performance at the Muirfield Stadium in Edinburgh. and are currently closing it from the M1 to Hyde Park. Like The Rolling Stones, the ticket window is closing. So if you want to see these stalwarts perform. So grab them now.
Adele – Friday, July 1, and Saturday 2
Adele is set to have the biggest performance of the festival, with tickets for both her performances already sold out. She is leaving her new $58m home in LA to return to the UK to give one of the biggest performances of her career.
It is not known what his set will be. But festival-goers should expect her to crack some of her most popular hits like Someone Like You, Hello, and Rolling in the Deep.