BST Hyde Park 2023: Full info including last min tickets and how to get there

The Hyde Park-based festival is back for 2023 - here’s everything you need to know about it.
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BST Hyde Park will kick off this weekend as Pink takes headlines the first week of the event. Take That and Lana Del Ray are some of the other big names that will perform across the festival’s three weekends.

2023 marks the 10th year of the annual music festivities. The event made its debut in the capital’s iconic green space back in 2013.

Since then, the festival has been headlined by some of music’s most beloved performers and artists, including Bruno Mars and Justin Bieber. This year will follow with more big names as it welcomes icons, Billy Joel and Bruce Springsteen.

As well as the planned weekend big music performances, the festival will also host mid-week activities as part of its Open House series. From workshops to outdoor cinema screenings, there are a whole host of activities for Londoners to get involved with.

We break down what music lovers need to know about the three-weekend festival.

When is the BST Hyde Park 2023 festival?

The festival will kick off this week. Starting on Friday (June 23), it will span over three weekends until July 9, as some of music’s biggest names perform in Hyde Park.

All Things Orchestral will open the 2023 festival this Friday, with Lana Del Ray scheduled to close it next month with her July 9 headline show.

Headline acts across BST Hyde Park 2023 festival’s three weekends 

  • All Things Orchestral - June 23
  • Pink - June 24/25
  • Guns N’ Roses - June 30
  • Take That - July 1
  • BlackPink - July 2 
  • Bruce Springsteen - July 6 
  • Billy Joel - July 7
  • Lana Del Ray - July 9

BST Hyde Park 2023 weekend one Pink full lineup and set times 

Saturday, June 24

  • Mae Stephens - 2.40pm - 3.10pm - Rainbow stage
  • Gayle 3.10pm - 3.50pm - The Great Oak stage
  • Maddie Zahm - 3.50pm - 4.30pm - Rainbow stage
  • Will Linley - 4pm - 4.30 - The Birdcage stage
  • Sam Ryder - 4.30pm - 5.15 pm - The Great Oak stage
  • Sam Tompkins - 5.20pm - 6pm - Rainbow stage
  • Gwen Stefani - 6.10pm - 7.20pm - The Great Oak stage
  • Pink - 8.20pm - 10.20pm - The Great Oak stage

Sunday, June 25

  • Nell Mescal - 2.40pm - 3.10pm - Rainbow stage
  • Lyra - 3.10pm - 3.50pm - The Great Oak stage
  • Valencia Grace - 4pm - 4.30pm - Rainbow stage
  • Beren Olivia - 4pm - 4.30pm - The Birdcage stage
  • Tinashe - 4.30pm - 5.15pm - The Great Oak stage
  • Maddie Zahm - 5.20pm - 6pm - Rainbow stage
  • Gwen Stefani - 6.10pm - 7.20pm - The Great Oak stage
  • Pink - 8.20pm - 10.20pm - The Great Oak stage

BST Hyde Park 2023 - How to get last-minute tickets 

There are limited tickets still available across BST Hyde Park’s 2023 headline acts. Select passes for P!nk, Lana Del Ray and Billy Joel still, appear to be up for grabs on the festival’s website.

However, Bruce Springsteen fans have missed the boat on his BST Hyde Park show. His July 6 show has sadly already sold out.

BST Hyde Park 2023 - How to get there by tube

There are several nearby underground stations to Hyde Park, all of which are a brief stroll from the green space. The five which outline the park include:

  • Marble Arch (Central line)
  • Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly line)
  • Bond Street (Central, Elizabeth and Jubilee lines) 
  • Knightsbridge (Piccadilly line)
  • Green Park - (Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines)

How to find the 2023 BST Hyde Park festival map

Festival goers heading to London’s Hyde Park for the music event this weekend will be able to find the map on the BST website and app.