For two of the hottest shows of the summer Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band will be headlining American Express presents BST Hyde Park on Thursday 6 and Saturday 8 July, and today BST Hyde Park is excited to reveal even more incredible support acts heading the Rainbow Stage: The Coronas, Stone, Picture Parlour, First Time Flyers, Theo Lawrence and Attawalpa join on Thursday, with Brittney Spencer, Pa Sheehy, Sam Barber, Kingfisher, Kezia Gill, Kelly McGrath on the Saturday.

They join previously announced special guests The Chicks, Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls and James Bay. For remaining tickets across the BST Hyde Park shows, visit

On Thursday 6 July Irish rock trio The Coronas will make their BST Hyde Park debut – with seven albums to their name and a recent performance for President Biden of the United States, The Coronas have become a huge success at home in Ireland, and now they’re bringing their sound to London this summer.

Joining them are Stone. Self-identifying as “the underground voice for the lost youth”, they blend the thrill of frenetic rock’n’roll with more intimate exploration of the Gen-Z experience. Plus, electric four-piece Picture Parlour, whose debut single ‘Norwegian Wood’ comes out 19 June. Also ultimate self-starters First Time Flyers, French-Canadian musician Theo Lawrence and South-American multi-instrumentalist Attawalpa.

Coming to BST Hyde Park on Saturday 8 July is Brittney Spencer. Paving her own path in the music industry and making major waves in the process, the American country singer-songwriter is known for her free spirit and standout ability to mold life and a wild imagination into songs – showcased on her latest EP, 2022’s if i ever get there: a day at blackbird studio

More names announced for Saturday include Dingle-based artist Pa Sheehy, singer-songwriter from Southeast Missouri Sam Barber, Limerick indie/folk band Kingfishr, Irish and country influence Kezia Gill and Nashville-based recording artist Kelly McGrath.

Joining Springsteen and The E Street Band on both Thursday 6 July and Saturday 8th July are The Chicks, formerly known as The Dixie Chicks, one of the most iconic female country music bands of all time. Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls will join on Thursday, with three-time Grammy Award nominee and two-time BRIT Award winner James Bay performing on Saturday.

These incredible additions to Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band’s BST lineup make the two dates even more unmissable. They join P!NK (24 + 25 June), Guns N’ Roses (30 June), Take That (1 July), BLACKPINK (2 July), Billy Joel (7 July) and Lana Del Rey (9 July) on the BST Hyde Park billing for 2023.

BST Hyde Park’s hugely popular summer event Open House is back for another year, for eight days across 23 June – 5 July. Open House offers FREE access to BST Hyde Park and there’s truly something for everyone! Including All Things Orchestral on Friday 23 June, presented by Myleene Klass and featuring Alfie Boe, Chef’s Table at The House of Peroni Nastro Azzurro by Mob, Yoga in the Park powered by lululemon, Outdoor Cinema presented by British Airways Highlife Entertainment, and much more. | @bsthydepark 

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