British Summer Time

21 - 25 February 2018

Pharrell Williams

 21 February, 9:00 PM

 Pharrell Williams is considered one of the world’s most prolific Pharrell Williams is considered one of the world’s most   prolific producers and performers. He is the force behind so many hits, such as Kelis’ “Milkshake”, N.E.R.D.s' “Lap Dance”, and   2014’s GRAMMY “Song of the Year”, “Happy”. Pharrell has worked with music legends including Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Daft Punk, and Snoop Dogg. Discover his compelling performance at British Summer Time 2016 featuring hit songs like “Lose Yourself to Dance”, “Come Get It Bae”, “Rockstar”, “Lapdance”, “She Wants To Move”, “Get Lucky”, “Happy”, and “Freedom”.


Take That

22 February, 9:00 PM

The “Take That Live 2015” tour sold out arenas around the world, including 10 nights at London’s O2 Arena. With Robbie Williams and Jason Orange moving on, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, and Mark Owen successfully re-invented themselves as a trio. Known for their memorable and spectacular live productions, their show at British Summer Time 2016 is no exception. With songs like “Shine”, “Greatest Day”, “Patience, Pray", "The Garden", "Everything Changes But You", "It Only Takes A Minute", "Could It Be Magic", "Back For Good", "Relight My Fire", "Cry", "The Flood", "Rule The World", and "Never Forget", get ready for an unforgettable evening of live entertainment!


Corinne Bailey Rae

23 February, 9:00 PM

Three-time BRIT Award nominee and two-time GRAMMY winner Corinne Bailey Rae rose to prominence with her breezily beautiful singles “Put Your Records On” and “Like A Star”. Since 2006, she has released three albums: “Corinne Bailey Rae”, “The Sea”, and “The Heart Speaks in Whispers”. Discover her uplifting and charismatic performance at British Summer Time 2016, featuring “Been To The Moon”, “Closer”, “Put Your Records On”, “Like A Star”, and “The Skies Will Break”. Described as “mesmerizing” by the Evening Standard, these songs are the perfect soundtrack to a Sunday evening in the famous Hyde Park.


Olly Murs

24 February, 9:00 PM

Singer Olly Murs knows how to get the party started! The X Factor host has scored 4 UK No. 1 singles, 3 UK No. 1 albums, and sold 10 million records. His single “Kiss Me” gave birth to a new kind of electro pop, after which many more of his hits filled the UK airwaves. Olly Murs’ sold out arena 2014 tour firmly established him as one of UK’s best singers. Watch his performance at British Summer Time 2016 featuring “Did You Miss Me”, “Up”, “Dance With Me Tonight”, “Kiss Me”, “You Don’t Know Love”, “Troublemaker”, and “Wrapped Up”.


Stevie Wonder & Friends

25 February, 9:00 PM

Watch 25-time GRAMMY award-winning artist Stevie Wonder dominate the Great Oak Stage in front of 65,000 people. Experience the best of British Summer Time 2016 in Hyde Park with performances by Carole King, Don Henley, Pharrell Williams, Ella Eyre, Olly Murs, Nathan Sykes, Jamie Lawson, Corinne Bailey Rae, Michael Kiwanuka, and Don Henley.