Robbie Williams is the latest act to join the British Summer Time 2019 bill.
The star will take to the Great Oak Stage for his only UK open-air show currently planned for next year.
Talking about their excitement to have the 44-year-old on the line up, senior vice president of AEG Presents, James King, revealed just how pleased he was with the news.
He said: One of the truly great British entertainers, were so excited to finally welcome Robbie Williams to Hyde Park, who has been on our wish list since we started seven years ago.
Robbie works a crowd like no one else and his collection of hits will be the perfect way to round off Barclaycard presents British Summer Time for 2019.
Are you ready to be entertained because headliner #2 for Sunday 14 July is @RobbieWilliams! Hands up if you're as excited as we are!
Many more acts to be announced very soon and tickets go on sale at 9am on Thursday. See you in July!
Tell them all about it Robbie… pic.twitter.com/NEkZjxd29R
— BST Hyde Park (@BSTHydePark) November 30, 2018
The Let Me Entertain You hitmaker also spoke about the event in a video uploaded onto the BSTs official Twitter.
In a clip recorded in what appeared to be his studio, the singer said: Hello, its Robbie here with another very exciting announcement.
Im going to be headlining Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park in London on Sunday 14 July 2019.
He continued: This will be my first time at the event and the only open air show Ill be playing in the UK next year, so I really hope you can join me.
Robbie then went on to reveal where fans could purchase their tickets from, before adding: See you next summer, come on you know you want to.
In the caption, BST wrote: Are you ready to be entertained because headliner #2 for Sunday 14 July is @RobbieWilliams!
Hands up if youre as excited as we are! Many more acts to be announced very soon and tickets go on sale at 9am on Thursday.
See you in July! Tell them all about it Robbie…
The star will be joining the likes of Bob Dylan and Neil Young who are set to co-headline the event.
It wont be the first time the pair have shared a stage, as back in 1975 they both played promoter Bill Grahams S.N.A.C.K. benefit concert.
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Chatting about Dylan to Time Magazine back in 2005, Young said: Ill never be Bob Dylan. Hes the master. If Id like to be anyone, its him.
Two years later his buddy repaid the compliment by telling Rolling Stone: Hes sincere and hes got a God given talent.
With that voice of his and the melodic strain that runs through absolutely everything he does. He could be at his most thrashy, but its still going to be elevated by some melody.
Dylan added: Neils the only one who does that. Theres nobody in his category.
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