It’s not summer without a music festival! And Hyde Park is the perfect backdrop for big names and great performances.
Below the best moments of this unmissable show.

James Blunt

His fifth studio album “The afterlove”, released last March, gave us brilliant songs as “Love me better” and “Time of our lives”.
Now Blunt, who is currently opening for Ed Sheeran on his US tour, delivered an emotional performance of “Don’t give me those eyes”.
He also performed the hits “You’re beautiful” “Bonfire heart” and “1973”.

Take That

The group definitely stole the show! They opened their headlining set with UK number one hit “Shine”, followed by “Greatest day”, before Gary promised: “We are going to play songs from as far back as 1992.”
So it was with “Pray”, “Everything changes”, “Relight my fire” and “Could it be magic”.
They closed the show with a finale of “Rule the world” and “Never forget”.


Twenty years since their debut album “Word gets around”, the Welsh rock band proved they are not dead. Kelly Jones & co. treated the audience to a selection of their finest hits including “Maybe tomorrow” and selections from their new material such as “C’est la vie” and “All in one night”.

Emeli Sandè

The 30-year-old Scottish singer opened her set with hits such as “Heaven”, “Next to me” and “Read all about it part III”.
She showcased powerful voice with “Hurts”, the lead single of her second album “Long live the angels”.

Rick Astley

80s icon, whose hits include “Never gonna give you up” and “Together forever”, took to the stage for performed some material from his latest album “50”.


Timeless American rock band did not disappoint the expectations with a great show singing recent songs and hits such as “Call me”, “Maria” and “Atomic”.

Shania Twain

The queen of country made her UK live return capturing audience attention with look, voice and naturally her songs! After performing her catchy hits “That don’t impress me much” and “I’m gonna getcha good”, Shania launched the first of two songs from her forthcoming album “Now”. It’s scheduled to be released on September 29.