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super six days of music is coming this July with the return of British Summer Time Hyde Park. Spread over the first two weekends of July, Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park offers up some of the most eclectic musical programming you’ll find this festival season, like Florence + The Machine, Kendrick Lamar and Jamie xx on the same bill; Carol King performing ‘Tapestry’ in full; Wolf Alice and Mystery Jets hitting the stage alongside Mumford & Sons; Take That playing the park for the first time; and Stevie Wonder giving us the full ‘Songs In The Key Of Life’ album. When we say there’s something for everyone, we really mean it.

It all kicks off with Massive Attack’s headline show, where they’ll be playing with their trippy ‘Voodoo In My Blood’ collaborators Young Fathers. No word on whether the orb is making an appearance yet. The legendary Patti Smith is also on the line-up, with TV On The Radio, Warpaint, and Ghostpoet completing what is sure to be a mega day of music. We’ve got two tickets to the Massive Attack show up for grabs, so if you fancy them just ping us an email with “Massive Attack” in the subject to go in the draw.

Fri 1st July 2016

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