Robbie Williams to headline BST Hyde Park 2024 - how to get tickets

Fresh from his Netflix series, Robbie Williams has announced a headline London show at BST Hyde Park 2024.
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Robbie Williams will headline a massive Hyde Park show in summer 2024.

The Angels and Rock DJ singer will play BST Hyde Park on Saturday July 6, and tickets go on sale this week.

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Robbie Williams' concert follows a showstopping performance by his former Take That bandmates this year.

Having previously played the festival in 2019, Williams said: "It’s an honour to be back here to headline BST Hyde Park. I can’t wait to see you all there."

He is the second headliner to be announced for 2024, following the news that Andrea Bocelli will perform on July 5.

Robbie Williams

Robbie Williams was 16 when he joined Take That in 1990. With the band he shot to fame, singing lead vocals on early hits Could It Be Magic, I Found Heaven and Everything Changes.

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But he grew dissatisfied with the lifestyle and musical direction, and left the group in 1995 (though briefly rejoining in 2010).

His debut solo album in 1997, Life Thru a Lens, secured his star status with the singles Angels and Let Me Entertain You. He went on to sell tens of millions of records around the world.

In 2022, Williams released XXV, a hit-packed album celebrating his 25 years as a solo artist.

This year he made headlines once again with a Netflix documentary series about his life and career.

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His latest musical release was the album Visions, Vol 1, in October, by his dance project Lufthaus.

Robbie Williams at BST Hyde Park 2024 tickets

Tickets for Robbie Williams at BST Hyde Park go on general sale on Friday December 8 at 10am via the BST Hyde Park website.

The AMEX presale begins at 10am on Tuesday December 5.

The full line-up for the day and further headliners will be announced in the coming months.

The headliners for the 2023 festival were Pink, Guns N' Roses, Take That, Blackpink, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel and Lana Del Rey.