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BST Hyde Park 2021

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BST Hyde Park returns in 2021! Here’s all you need to know so far:

American Express Presents BST Hyde Park 2021: Pearl Jam

Joined by Pixies, 09 July
Joined by IDLES, 10

Tickets on sale Saturday (10 October) at 10am from AXS Ticketmaster The Ticket Factory

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The US grunge rockers are the first headliners to be confirmed for next year’s huge summer celebration in London and will play two epic shows with special guests Pixies and IDLES plus more acts to be announced.

Pearl Jam first formed in Seattle in 1990 and were one of the pioneers of the alternative rock movement that changed music forever. They have sold over 85 million albums sold worldwide and were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2017, their first year of eligibility.

The two consecutive shows will be a BST first as well as exclusive UK performances for the band, who sold out their 2020 show in record time.

Fans who purchased tickets to Pearl Jam’s cancelled sold out 2020 BST Hyde Park show will have priority access to rebook and experience both shows with a Two Day ticket.

Watch this space for the latest BST Hyde Park 2021 updates!

BST Hyde Park is set in the stunning ground’s of London’s Royal Park. The first ever event took place in 2013 with The Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi and Lionel Richie heading up the bill.

In 2019, the festival experienced more once in a lifetime moments as Celine Dion, Stevie Wonder, Barbra Streisand, Florence + The Machine, The National and Robbie Williams graced the stage.

Over the years, the festival has welcomed the likes of Carole King, Black Sabbath, Take That, Kylie Minogue, The Who, Blur, Kendrick Lamar and many more.

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