6 more acts added to Killers day at British Summertime Posted on Thu 11th May 2017
including: Cold War Kids, British Sea Power, and Mew
Cold War Kids, British Sea Power, Mew are set to join Killers, Elbow, Tears For Fears and White Lies at Barclaycard British Summertime Hyde Park on Saturday 8th July.
Californian indie rockers Cold War Kids,are known for their bluesy sounds and timeless hits, including “First” and “Louder the Ever”. Brighton's British Sea Power have been likened to Arcade Fire and The Cure, with their intense live performances. Denmark's Mew returned this year with album “Visuals”, having burst onto the indie scene back in 1995 with their dream-like pop. With critics referring to the new album as capturing a creative peak, the band show no signs of slowing down and will win many more fans at Hyde Park.
Other acts added to the bill include indie rockers Mystery Jets return to BST having just been nominated for an Ivor Novello award, The Strypes and Alex Cameron.
About British Summertime 2017
When: Thursday 30th June - Sunday 9th July 2017
Where: Hyde Park, Park Lane, London, W2 2UH
British Summertime is a unique festival offering, each live music-packed weekend will be linked by a midweek programme of diverse entertainment, accessible for all to enjoy. Each weekend will see live music over four stages in ticketed events.
From Monday to Thursday, the entire site, saved for the main stage, will give visitors the chance to get involved with smaller, more intimate events offering film, music, literature, sport and a specific family day that will expand the experience to genuinely appeal to the whole family.
British Summertime 2017 Line Up
30th June - Phil Collins, Blondie, Mike+ the Mechanics, Starsailor, The New Power Generation, KC and the Sunshine Band, Chas and Dave and Cats in Space
1st July - Green Day, Rancid, Gogol Bordello, The Hives, The Living End, Beach Slang, SWMRS, Sunflower Bean and Public Access TV
2nd July - Justin Bieber, Martin Garrix, Tove Lo and Anne-Marie
6th July - Kings of Leon, The Pixies and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Deaf Havana, Local Natives, Frightened Rabbit, Saint Motel, Tom Grennan, The Cactus, Blossoms, Benjamin Booker and Billy Raffoul.
8th July, Killers, Elbow, Tears For Fears, White Lies, Cold War Kids, British Sea Power, Mew, Mystery Jets, The Strypes, and Alex Cameron
British Summer Time 2017 Ticket Information
Tickets for Killers at British Summertime have sold out, however tickets are still available for all other days.