Robbie Williams reveals all-star line-up for Hyde Park gig

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22 Jun 2024, 10:25

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Get Ready for a Music Extravaganza as Robbie Williams Returns with Top Acts!

The one and only Robbie Williams is making his grand return to Hyde Park on Saturday, 6 July 2024, and he's not coming alone.

This iconic British entertainer has just announced an all-star line-up of special guests that will have you dancing in the streets of London.



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Joining Robbie for this epic event are none other than Seal, Gaz Coombes, Shaun Ryder’s Black Grape, Kate Nash, SOFT PLAY, James Smith, Ellur, Davina Michelle, Ryan Gibb, and Ben Kidson.

If you're not already clearing your schedule for this musical marathon, you should be.

First up, let's talk about Seal. Emerging from England's house music scene in 1990, Seal quickly became the most popular British soul vocalist of the decade.

Known for his unique blend of soul, folk, pop, dance, and rock, Seal's hits like Killer, Crazy, and the timeless Kiss from a Rose have earned him multiple Ivor Novello Awards, BRIT Awards, and Grammy Awards.

This man’s voice is as smooth as silk, and his performance is sure to be a highlight of the night.

Next, we have Gaz Coombes, the former Supergrass frontman who's been rocking our socks off since the '90s.

Gaz's 2023 album, Turn The Car Around, completes an informal trilogy with his previous solo records, and it's clear that this gifted singer-songwriter isn't slowing down anytime soon.

Expect a set full of indie rock brilliance and infectious energy.

Shaun Ryder’s Black Grape is also on the bill, bringing their psychedelic dance-rock vibes to the Hyde Park stage.

Shaun Ryder, known for his work with Happy Mondays, has kept the Black Grape spirit alive with hits like Reverend Black Grape and In the Name of the Father.

With their unique blend of pop, hip-hop, and rock, Black Grape's performance will be one to remember.

And let's not forget the fabulous Kate Nash. With a career spanning nearly two decades, Kate has done it all – from her chart-topping single Foundations to starring in the hit TV show GLOW.

Her latest album, 9 Sad Symphonies, is inspired by old Hollywood and vintage musicals, showcasing her ever-evolving artistry.

Kate Nash is a true chameleon of the music world, and we can't wait to see what she brings to the stage.

SOFT PLAY, formerly known as Slaves, will be turning up the volume with their punk-rock anthems.

Laurie Vincent and Isaac Holman are back with a new name but the same rebellious spirit.

Their Mercury-nominated debut album, Are You Satisfied? set the stage for their explosive career, and their upcoming album, HEAVY JELLY, promises to deliver even more raw energy.

Rounding out the line-up are James Smith, an 'old soul' songwriter with a knack for heartfelt tunes; indie pop artist Ellur; Dutch singer and viral sensation Davina Michelle; pianist and vocalist Ryan Gibb; and alt-pop-punk-rock musician Ben Kidson.

These rising stars are sure to add their own unique flair to this already stellar event.

Robbie Williams himself is no stranger to the spotlight, with six of the Top 100 best-selling albums in British history and a whopping 18 BRIT Awards – more than any other artist in music history.

His 2022 album, XXV, celebrated 25 years of his solo career and broke the record for the solo artist with the most UK Number 1 albums.

And let's not forget his recent Netflix documentary series, Robbie Williams, which topped charts in 22 countries and had a massive 5.5 million views within a month of its release.

Robbie Williams said: “It’s an honour to be back headlining BST Hyde Park alongside an incredible line-up of music talent. The Hyde Park shows are truly special and I can’t wait to come back this summer. See you there!”

With headliners like SZA, Kings of Leon, Morgan Wallen, Andrea Bocelli, Shania Twain, Stevie Nicks, Kylie, and Stray Kids joining the Hyde Park festivities, this summer's line-up is shaping up to be one for the books.

Tickets for Robbie Williams and all other British Summer Time events at Hyde Park are on sale now at