Massive Attack take over London’s Hyde Park this July! The group headline British Summer Time Hyde Park festival this summer.
Massive Attack BST Hyde Park
Updated: 10 March 2016
Friday 1 July will see Massive Attack take over the main stage at London’s BST Hyde Park festival. The group will be joined by Patti Smith, TV On The Radio, Warpaint and Ghostpoet.
Festival goers can expect a feast for the eyes with an incredible audio-visual setup. The band have worked with Robert Del Naja and United Visual Artists to create the production.
The band’s massive headline show at London’s annual summer music festival, British Summer Time Hyde Park, follows a huge sold out UK tour and the release of Massive Attack’s Ritual Spirit EP. It’s expected that the group will play their classics as well as those from their most recent release.
Joining Massive Attack in Hyde Park on 1 July will be punk-poet Patti Smith, Mercury Prize winners Young Fathers, rock and roll come soul band TV On The Radio, and California four-piece Warpaint, along with more acts to be announced.
British Summer Time Hyde Park takes place each year in the heart of London. Each year the festival attracts huge crowds who enjoy a day of music in Hyde Park. Massive Attack’s headline show is one not to be missed, find available tickets below.
About Massive Attack
Massive Attack formed in Bristol during 1988, and it was the group’s pioneering debut album, Blue Lines, which brought the band critical and commercial success. The duo followed the album with 1994’s Protection, 1998’s Mezzanine, 2003’s 100th Window and 2010’s Heligoland.