Hyde Park Concerts - summer programme and helpline for local residents

This week organisers have confirmed that there will be eight concerts taking place on the Parade Ground in Hyde Park this summer. 

This July the Royal Parks have teamed up with AEG Live to deliver a unique and bespoke event - Barclaycard presents British Summer Time, Hyde Park

In September, the BBC Proms in the Park and Radio 2 Live will also return to Hyde Park.

The dates and times of the events are as follows:


BST Build
Saturday 22 June –
Thursday 4 July
BST Soundchecks
Thursday 4 July 2013

BST Hyde Park
Bon Jovi
Friday 5  July 2013
Show 2.30pm - 10.30pm**
BST Hyde Park
The Rolling Stones
Saturday 6 July 2013
Show 12.30pm - 10.30pm**
BST Hyde Park
JLS & Beach Boys
Sunday 7 July 2013
Show 1pm - 9.45pm**
BST Hyde Park
 Sir Elton John
Friday 12 July 2013
Show 2.30pm - 10.30pm**
BST Hyde Park
The Rolling Stones
Saturday 13 July 2013
Show 12.30pm - 10.30pm**
BST Hyde Park Lionel Richie & Jennifer Lopez
Sunday 14 July 2013
Show 1pm - 10.15pm**
BST Breakdown
Monday 15 July - 
Monday 24 July
Proms Build
Tuesday 27 August –
Friday 6 September

BBC Proms in the Park
Saturday 7 September 2013

Show 2pm-10.30pm**
Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park

Sunday 8 September 2013
Show 12pm-10.30pm**
Proms Breakdown

Monday 9 September –
Friday 13 September

*Please note that there may be soundchecks on show days during licensed hours.
**Exact show times are subject to change but will remain within the licensed hours.

I have received assurance from organisers that they will do everything within their power to minimise the impact of events on local resident and park users on. 

I am also pleased to say that during the summer The Royal Parks will be operating a dedicated free phone number: 0800 567 7079 should you have any concerns before, during and after these events.

This dedicated number will be live from 1pm – 11pm on all British Summer Time (BST) and BBC Proms show days and from 9.30am – 5.30pm on non-show days. 

Outside of these times, and when the phone is in use, calls will be diverted to the voicemail and responded to by a Royal Parks representative at the earliest opportunity. When leaving a voicemail, please ensure that you clearly state your name, contact number and a brief description of your concern or feedback.

The Royal Parks is also working in close liaison with Westminster City Council’s Environmental Health Department where calls and information will be shared. 

Finally, if you are interested in a full list of events in the Royal Parks please visit www.royalparks.org.uk/events.

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