Massive Attack, Young Father & Patti Smith anounced for British Summer Time Hyde Park

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 Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park today announces Massive Attack, who will be joined on Friday 1st July by very special guests Patti Smith, TV On The Radio, Warpaint and Ghostpoet – with additional acts announced soon. 

Joining Massive Attack will be the legendary singer-songwriter, poet, writer and activist Patti Smith. One of the most influential figures to come out of the late 70’s New York scene the ‘Punk Poet Laureate’ was presented Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture in 2005 and was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame two years later.

Mercury Prize winning Young Fathers are familiar to Massive Attack fans, the Edinburgh trio has supported the band on their recent European tour and will be joining them on stage at Hyde Park. .

British Summer Time Hyde Park comes back for its fourth year in 2016. Previously announced artists at this years festival includes: Florence + The Machine and Kendrick Lamar, Take That,  and Mumford & Sons  with special guests Alabama Shakes and Wolf Alice playing on July 2nd & July 8th respectively.

GENERAL ON-SALE: 9am, Friday 11 March

Barclaycard presale tickets: 9am Monday 7 March

AEG presale: 9am, Thursday 10 March

Ticket Prices:

£59.50                          General Admission     

£69.50                          Priority Entry           

£89.50                          Premium View                                                           

£129.50                        Barclaycard VIP Summer Garden                               

£149.50                        The Terrace

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