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Seal, Kate Nash, Soft Play and more announced as special guests for Robbie Williams’ London BST Hyde Park 2024

Seal, Gaz Coombes, Kate Nash, Soft Play and more have been announced as the special guests for Robbie Williams‘ London BST Hyde Park show.

  • READ MORE: ‘Robbie Williams’ review: Netflix doc makes clear the perils of pop stardom

The British pop icon will take to the stage on Saturday, July 6, following previously announced headliner Andrea Bocelli who will top the bill on the Friday (July 5).

The British Summer Time performance will be a UK exclusive for the singer, where he’s set to perform hits like ‘Rock DJ’, ‘Let Me Entertain You’ and ‘Angels’.

Other guests that have been announced for Williams’ date include Shaun Ryder’s Black Grape, James Smith, Ellur, Davina Michelle, Ryan Gibb and Ben Kidson. You can purchase any remaining tickets here.

Robbie Williams BST Hyde Park poster. Credit: PRESS

Speaking about his headlining gig at London’s Hyde Park in a press statement, Williams shared: “It’s an honour to be back headlining BST Hyde Park alongside an incredible line-up of music talent. The Hyde Park shows are truly special and I can’t wait to come back this summer. See you there!”

Other artists who are set to perform as part of the 2024 BST Hyde Park shows include SZA (June 29), Kings Of Leon (June 30), Morgan Wallen (July 4) Andrea Bocelli (July 5), Shania Twain (July 7), Stevie Nicks (July 12), Kylie Minogue (July 13) and Stray Kids (July 14).

In other news, Williams recently reflected on his awkward and “rude” encounter with Cher, which left him “headbutting the wall” afterwards.

Elsewhere, Williams previously revealed that he has “written loads of songs” and is feeling “full of purpose and loving life”.

He made the comments during an interview with Virgin Radio, where he insisted that he is feeling more “ambitious” than ever before, and has written a heap of new material.

The comments shared by the former Take That member arrive after he shed light on his history of self-harm and depression, and encouraged people to be more “careful” about the comments they make towards those in the public eye.

In other Robbie Williams news, it was confirmed that his dance side project Lufthaus – which sees him join forces with Flynn Francis and Tim Metcalfe – would be making their UK live debut at Creamfields 2024.

More recently, he has recalled the occasion when a badly-received joke on X/Twitter made him reconsider his use of the social media platform.

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