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Full line-up announced for Stevie Nicks at London’s BST Hyde Park

The full line-up for Stevie Nicks‘ headline show at BST Hyde Park 2024 has been announced – check it out below.

  • READ MORE: Stevie Nicks interview: “In Fleetwood Mac, Christine McVie and I were a force of nature”

The Fleetwood Mac icon is and soloist is set to perform at the summer concert series on Friday July 12. It comes as part of her 2024 UK and Ireland tour, which kicks off in Dublin earlier that month.

In April, it was confirmed that Brandi Carlile, Anna Calvi and Paris Paloma would be opening for Nicks in the capital.

Today (June 13), organisers have completed the bill by adding seven more support acts. These are Baby Queen, Nina Nesbitt, Siobhan Winifred, CATTY, Talia Rae, Stevie Bill and Nina Versyp.

Baby Queen (real name Arabella Latham) released her debut studio album, ‘Quarter Life Crisis’, last November.

Nesbitt is due to drop her new record ‘Mountain Music’ in September. Looking ahead to opening for Nicks, she wrote on social media: “AHHHHH THIS IS HAPPENING!”

She continued: “I’m so so excited to announce I’ll be playing Hyde Park with @stevienicks 😭 the best birthday present a girl could wish for… me and the girls manifested this one hard lol (see slides) 🔮💎.”

Nesbitt, who turns 30 on July 11, attached a screenshot of an email she had sent requesting the support slot.

Nicks last performed at BST Hyde Park back in 2017 when she opened for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. You can find any remaining tickets for 2024 here, and see her UK and Ireland tour dates below.

03 – 3Arena, Dublin
06 – OVO Hydro Arena, Glasgow
09 – Co-op Live, Manchester
12 – BST Hyde Park, London

Also headlining BST Hyde Park this year are SZA (June 29) Kings Of Leon (June 30), Morgan Wallen (July 4), Andrea Bocelli (July 5), Robbie Williams (July 6), Shania Twain (July 7), Kylie Minogue (July 13) and Stray Kids (July 14).

In April, Nicks wrote a poem to accompany the physical version of Taylor Swift’s latest album ‘The Tortured Poets Department’.

Stevie Nicks explained last autumn that “there’s no reason” for Fleetwood Mac to return following Christine McVie’s death because “you can’t replace her”. She said: “When she died, I figured we really can’t go any further with this.”

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