Phil Collins is all set to headline Friday 30th June at British Summer Time Hyde Park 2017.
The multi talented Phil Collins has come out of retirement for a string of dates at the iconic Royal Albert Hall in London and this BST gig will be his biggest solo headline show ever!
From his time in Genesis through to the massive selling 80s landmark albums ‘No Jacket Required’ and ‘Face Value’, Phil Collins will be playing some of his best loved tunes at the show.
As always a packed supporting bill of the latest and greatest acts will be added in the run up to the big day, Barclaycard BST never let’s us down with some top musical talent every year.
Don’t miss the opportunity to air drum along with thousands of others in Hyde Park to ‘In The Air Tonight’.
Support acts for the day have now been confirmed and include Mike and The Mechanics, Blondie and Starsailor with more to follow. Last few tickets are remaining so look sharp and get yours before it’s a sell out.
Mike and The Mechanics is the band formed by Phil’s old Genesis mate, Mike Rutherford and their current incarnation features vocals from the superb Andrew Roachford. The band are also gigging around the UK this year and play the Albert Hall London a bit before Phil Collins steps in for his little residency there.
Blondie defined the late 70s and early 80s with their iconic swagger, New York look and Debbie Harry’s effortlessly cool style. With hits like ‘Call Me‘, ‘Atomic‘ and their comeback tunes like ‘Maria‘ it’s going to be a brilliant day.
Indie act Starsailor debuted in the late 90s with some glorious, anthemic tunes and the band have recently released a best off entitled ‘Good Souls‘ they’ll be playing that track as well as gems like ‘Give Up The Ghost’, ‘Alcoholic’, ‘Silence Is Easy’ and ‘Four To The Floor’.