British Summer Time festival at Hyde Park is returning in 2018 for another huge year of live music, food and events.
This year is expected to be bigger than ever as more names are unveiled over the next few months.
Around 60,000 fans are expected to head to the park each day to catch the biggest names in music.
Plus festival goers will also be treated to a funfair, pop-up food stalls and drinking stations.
This year saw sets from Kings of Leon , The Killers, Green Day, Phil Collins, Tom Petty and Justin Bieber across June and July.
Find out everything we know so far about British Summer Time 2018 below.
What's the full lineup?
Friday July 6 - Roger Waters / more acts tbc
Saturday July 7 - The Cure / Goldfrapp / Ride / Editors / Slowdive / The Twilight Sad / more acts tbc
Sunday July 8 - Eric Clapton / Santana / Steve Winwood / Gary Clark Jr. / more acts tbc
Friday July 13 - Michael Bublé / more acts tbc
Saturday July 14 - Bruno Mars / Khalid / more acts tbc
Are tickets still available?
Yes you can still buy tickets for the British Summer Time events.
Eric Clapton - Ticketmaster
The Cure - Ticketmaster
How do I get to Hyde Park?
The event recommends that guests avoid driving due to heavy traffic and lack of parking spaces. The best way to reach Hyde Park is via bus and train, below are the different lines to take.
By train: Tubes: Marble Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Bond Street, Knightsbridge, Green Park (step-free access), Lancaster Gate
Tube & Overground Train: Paddington and Victoria
By bus: Marble Arch - 26, 7, 10, 16, 23, 30, 36, 73, 74, 82, 94, 98, 137, 148, 159, 159, 274, 390, 414, 436
Hyde Park Corner - 2, 9, 10, 14, 16, 19, 22, 36, 38, 52, 73, 74, 82, 137, 148, 414, 436, C2
Knightsbridge - 9, 10, 14, 19, 22, 52, 74, 137, 414, 452
All TFL buses have level access and are able to accommodate one wheelchair user.
What food and drink will be available?
Guests are not permitted to bring their own food and drink onto the site, however there will be plenty of options at British Summer Time.
There will be a wide range of themed bars selling refreshments from cocktails to real ales, street food and catering to those with dietary requirements.
The sites says that the busiest time to buy food is just prior to the headline act going on stage and the quietest is whilst they're playing - so try and sneak off when your least favourite song is on.
What facilities are there?
Toilets are located around the site. They are separated into blocks to cater for everyone. There are 3 areas with public toilets; the northern sanitation at the GA entrance to the site, Stage right and Stage left sanitation are either side of the stage.
There are also sanitation facilities to cater for those in the Barclaycard VIP Garden and Guest Area.
Meanwhile there is free water available throughout the event. Locations are signposted and are also shown on the event maps.
All bars and traders accept contactless where you can make fast, easy and secure payments of up to £30 in seconds. There are cashpoints available at the north east of the site. These cashpoints accept credit cards and foreign cards. Please note that there will be a charge for each withdrawal.
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