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Robbie Williams is headlining BST 2019 on the Sunday (Picture: BST)

Robbie Williams is headlining the Barclaycard British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park for the very first time next year.

The X Factor judge was announced as the headline act on Sunday 14 July 2019 today, with the singer releasing a video to share his news to fans.

In what will be his only open air concert in 2019, Robbie will undoubtedly delight fans with his best hits – from Angels to Let Me Entertain You to Shes The One, Shame and Go Gentle.

And were going to put it out there – were betting on an epic surprise Take That reunion on stage too.

It will be Robbies only open air concert of 2019 (Picture: BST)

How can you get tickets for Robbie?

Tickets go on special fan pre-sale on Monday 3 December.

General sale starts on Thursday 6 December. Check for more details.

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Who else is performing at BST?

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Earlier this week, Bob Dylan and Neil Young were announced as headliners for the festival on Friday 12 July, 2019.

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More acts will be announced in due course.

The BST Friday headliners have been announced (Picture: BST)

When are tickets on sale for Bob and Neil?

Tickets for Bob Dylan and Neil Young are on sale now. Click here to buy tickets on Friday.

Amazon Tickets is an official ticket partner of Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park.

How much are the tickets?

General Admission – £75.00
Primary Entry – £85.00
Gold Circle – £169.95
Barclaycard VIP Summer Garden – £249.95
The Terrace – £299.95
Diamond – £299.95

BST 2018 saw amazing sold out shows with Roger Waters, Bruno Mars, Michael Bublé, The Cure, Eric Clapton and Paul Simons last ever UK concert.

For more information, visit the BST website –, Facebook page and Twitter page.

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