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Tickets, times, travel and more – here is everything you need to know about Kylie’s concert at BST Hyde Park…

The pop icon headlines London’s BST Hyde Park 2024 on Saturday 13 July. Talking ahead of the event, the singing sensation said: “I can’t wait to return to BST Hyde Park this summer. My last appearance at this iconic event was in 2015 and it was a truly unforgettable experience. So excited to see you all again!”

Needing no introduction to Classic Pop readers, Kylie’s glittering career has seen the singer amass sales of over 80 million records worldwide, 5 billion streams, seven UK No.1 singles and nine UK No.1 albums. Kylie is the only female artist to score a No.1 album in five consecutive decades in the UK.

Global Superstar

She released her No.1 album Tension in September 2023. It features the international smash hit Padam Padam, which was produced by Lostboy and earned Kylie her second Grammy Award for Best Pop Dance Recording. Her multiple awards also include three BRIT Awards, 18 ARIA Awards and two MTV Awards

In November 2023, Kylie kicked off her first ever run of headline shows in Las Vegas at Voltaire – The Venetian Resort’s new nightlife sensation. In an exclusive US residency, she performed tracks from her latest album, alongside many of her greatest hits.

Kylie BST Hyde Park 2024 Bill

The full line-up

Kylie’s Hyde Park support acts at BST will be MARINA, Anitta, Ella Henderson, Altégo, Tom Rasmussen, ADMT, Fred Roberts, Blusher, Say Now, and Grace Gachot.

Revered since her breakthrough in 2009, MARINA has since has since released five acclaimed albums including Electra Heart (2012), which debuted at No.1 on the UK’s Official Charts, FROOT (2015), Love + Fear (2019), which debuted Top 5 in the UK and Top 10 on the U.S. Albums chart, and most recently Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land (2021), which featured the Ivor Novello nominated hit Man’s World.

Each of MARINA’s records have been accompanied by global sell-out headline tours with shows at some of the most prestigious venues around the world. MARINA is also set to be a published author, with her debut poetry book Eat The World: A Collection Of Poems out on 29 October.

Marina joins Kylie at BST Hyde Park


Since breaking through in Brazil with her debut self-titled album, Anitta has become the leading artist of a new generation of Latin American music, as the biggest ever global female popstar to come from Brazil.

In April 2019 she released Kisses, marking Anitta’s first trilingual album with songs in Spanish, Portuguese, and English. The record was nominated for Best Urban Album at the 2019 Latin GRAMMY Awards, with Anitta winning Best Female Artist at the Latin AMAs that same year.

Kylie’s Hyde Park support acts announced

Versions Of Me followed in 2022, including the single Envolver which reached No.1 spot on the Global Spotify 200 chart, making Anitta the first Brazilian artist to ever top that chart.

The album was the first Brazilian pop album to reach 1 billion streams on Spotify, breaking the record for the biggest Spotify debut by a Brazilian artist in the platform’s history with over 9.1 million streams. Anitta released her latest record, Funk Generation, earlier this year.


Having burst onto the scene over 10 years ago with a No. 1 debut single Ghost and album Chapter One, Ella Henderson has since ascended to a multi-platinum selling, two-time BRIT Award nominee, with over a billion streams to her name.

To date, Ella has achieved five UK Top 10s as a lead artist, including Let’s Go Home Together with Tom Grennan – one of 2021’s biggest songs and an Ivor Novello nominee for Best Song Musically and Lyrically. In 2022 Ella released her long-awaited second album, Everything I Didn’t Say, heralded by powerful lead single Brave, the record debuted in the Official Charts Top 10.

Earlier this year Ella released two singles: Alibi, teaming up with Natasha Bedingfield for the track remix,  and also Mamma You Were Right.

Kylie’s Hyde Park support acts


The UK-born twin brothers, Michael and Lukas Fernandes-Pense, merge musical extremes together, striking a balance between dancefloor-ready energy, pop universality, R&B drip, and hip-hop swagger.

The pair initially lit up TikTok with their mashup of Daddy Yankee and Lil Nas X, Montero Gasolina, but it was their track Toxic Pony that blew up online in 2022, marrying Toxic by Britney Spears and Pony by Ginuiwine in a wild unholy matrimony. It eclipsed 130 million global streams and cracked the Top 10 on the Billboard R&B Chart.

Additional acts supporting Kylie at BST Hyde Park include musician, writer and drag performer Tom Rasmussen, who released their debut album Body Building last year, plus R&B-tinged pop artist ADMT, introspective songwriter Fred Roberts, Melbourne supergroup Blusher, straight-talking girl band Say Now, and London based rising pop starlet Grace Gachot.

Kylie BST Hyde Park
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Times & Travel

Entry timings: Gates open at 2pm, however they will open approximately 60 minutes earlier for customers with Primary Entry and VIP tickets. Last entry  is 8:30pm and the Box Office will close at 8pm. All shows will finish by 10:30pm.

There is no re-admission to the event after entry.

BST Hyde Park takes place on the Parade Ground on the East side of Hyde Park. The postcode of the event is W2 2UH. Please refer to the Royal Parks Map here.

The central London location of the event means that it is well served by the public transport network and show goers are urged to use public transport where possible. There is no official drop off/pick up location at BST Hyde Park due to congestion, so it is best to plan a location away from the event site. Please note that Park Lane may be closed for a short time at the end of the concert.

Underground/Main Line Train Station: Tubes: Marble Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Bond Street (Elizabeth Line), Knightsbridge, Green Park (step-free access available via Green Park, Bond Street, Victoria and Paddington). Tube & Overground Train: Paddington (Elizabeth Line) and Victoria.

Kylie BST Support Announced
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Tickets & Further Information

This is a fully standing event. Seats and chairs of any kind not permitted and this includes seat sticks or inflatable seats.

No food or drink is permitted to be brought into the arena (With the exception of water in unopened plastic containers of up to 500ml, and baby food not contained in glass). Patrons can bring empty water bottles to refill at watering points across the festival arena.

Fans are permitted to take small bags (no larger than 297mm x 210mm x 210mm) into the arena.

Banners are permitted up to A1 in size and should only be constructed of bendable materials – i.e cardboard/paper. Wood/MDF etc is not acceptable. Banners cannot have flag poles attached.

For full concert guidelines and information click here

General admission tickets, costing £114.35, are “running low” and other packages are available. To book click here

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