Arcade Fire announce headline Hyde Park show in July

  • 16 May 2014
  • From the section Music
Arcade Fire

Arcade Fire will play a headline show in London's Hyde Park on 3 July as part of British Summer Time.

Jake Bugg, Wild Beasts, Future Islands and Band Of Skulls will be among the support acts playing during the day.

The following night will see Black Sabbath headlining, with The Libertines reuniting to play on 5 July.

Other acts confirmed for the event include McBusted and Backstreet Boys on 6 July and Boyzone, who will support Tom Jones on 13 July.

Neil Young and The National will perform at the London event on 12 July.

Arcade Fire played their own headline show at Hyde Park in 2011, when they were supported by Mumford & Sons, The Vaccines and Beirut.

The Canadian band have also been confirmed as one of the headliners for this year's Glastonbury festival, alongside Kasabian and Metallica.

Arcade Fire is made up of frontman Win Butler, his wife Regine Chassagne, his brother Will Butler, multi-instrumentalist Richard Reed Parry, drummer Jeremy Gara and bassist-guitarist Tim Kingsbury.

Tickets for Arcade Fire's headline show at British Summer Time go on sale at 09:00 BST on 23 May.

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