BST Hyde Park 2023: Set times and weather for Guns N’ Roses headline show
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BST Hyde Park will host rock legends Guns N’ Roses this Friday (June 30). The Sweet Child O’ Mine hitmakers will perform to London crowds this weekend following their Glastonbury set.
Guns N’ Roses were announced to be headlining the capital’s BST Hyde Park event in December last year. As part of their headline show in the capital, the group will also share the stage with Larkin Poe and The Pretenders.
The Paradise City performers will take to BST Hyde Park’s Great Oak Stage following their Glastonbury set over the weekend. Their performance at the festival marked their first appearance there.
Guns N’ Roses will also perform their first BST Hyde Park set this week too. While the band has performed in the capital many times over the years, this weekend will mark their BST festival debut.
We break down what Guns N’ Roses fans attending their headline show need to know, including set times and what weather to expect.
Entry times for Guns N’ Roses at BST Hyde Park 2023 - when it starts and finishes
Gates for Guns N’ Roses’ Friday headline show will open at 2pm. The first performance of the weekend shows will then start at 2.35pm. The final set will wrap around 10.20pm.
BST Hyde Park 2023 Guns N’ Roses full support lineup and set times
- Larkin Poe - 2.35pm - 3.15pm - The Great Oak Stage
- The Foxies - 3.10pm - 3.40pm - The Birdcage Stage
- The Dust Coda - 3.15pm - 3.45pm - The Rainbow Stage
- The Darkness - 3.45pm - 4.30pm - The Great Oak Stage
- James And The Cold Gun - 4.30pm - 5.10pm - The Rainbow Stage
- Bad Nerves - 4.35pm - 5.05pm - The Birdcage Stage
- The Pretenders - 5.10pm - 6.20pm - The Great Oak Stage
- Dirty Honey - 6.20pm - 7pm - The Rainbow Stage
- Grade 2 - 6.25pm - 7pm - The Birdcage Stage
- Guns N Roses - 7.20pm - 10.20pm - The Great Oak Stage
Weather forecast for Guns N’ Roses at BST Hyde Park 2023 show
Clouds will cover the skies on Friday as there is expected to have coverage across the afternoon and into the evening, according to the Met Office. Temperatures are set to be milder than the capital has experienced over the past few weeks, as temperatures are only forecast to peak in the early 20s.