Robbie Williams and Seal BST Hyde Park stage times, maps and more | Music | Entertainment

Robbie Williams last performed at BST Hyde Park in 2019, when he delivered a gobsmacking set that had fans ecstatically singing along (and one sitting on his lap), and critics raving. We gave him a roaring five stars last time around, and this king will be looking to regain his crown.

Hopefully the Great British weather won’t rain on his parade, although you may want to pack a brollie (full rules on bags and umbrellas below).

Robbie will be supported by soulful star Seal, and we have all the stage timings for you for the main Great Oak Stage as well as the two smaller satellite stages in the park. Plus a full festival ground map, which is worth checking to make plans for meeting friends. Remember that mobile phone coverage is usually very unreliable or even completely down when tens of thousands of people are closely gathered, so arrange where to meet before you enter te park.

Great Oak Stage times on Saturday July 6:

Kate Nash from 14:40- 15:10 followed by Black Grape from 15:40- 16:10 and then Gaz Coombes from 16:50- 17:35.

Killer and Kiss From a Rose legend Seal takes to the stage from 18:20-19:20 before the main man Robbie Williams gives fans a full two hours of hits from 20:20-22:20.

Birdcage and Rainbow Stage timings:

RAINBOW Stage starts with Ryan Gibb from 15:10-15:40, with James Smith from 16:10-16:50 and Soft Play from 17:35-18:20.  

BIRDCAGE stage opens with Ben Kidson from 15:10-15:40, then Davina Michelle from 16:10-16:50 and Ellur from 17:35-18:20.

Can you take umbrellas into BST Hyde Park?

Restrictions are very tight on what is permitted, especially regarding size. No bags are permitted bigger than an A4 piece of paper, and correspondingly no large, golf umbrellas or parasols are allowed into the festival. Most of the park is exposed to the skies but there is a new Amex Experience with a wide variety of indoor activities.

Is the AMEX Experience open to the public?

The main American Express enclosure requires a separate ticket as usual, but this year AMEX also offers all festival-goers a train-inspired journey through unexpected moments as they manifest the ultimate festival experience.

American Express has teamed up with manifestation and affirmation expert Giselle La Pompe-Moore, to create a range of ‘festival personas’ which festival-goers can choose at the festival to create a once in a lifetime experience.

On the ground floor, there are five stations, each offering a different experience – from a bustling night market, to epic photo opportunities against iconic music backdrops, a bar offering exclusive elixir cocktails, and the chance to win prizes 

On top of this, an exclusive Mezzanine level “Daydream City,” is open for Cardmembers only and up to three guests, with further photo opportunities, foam-fuelled cocktails, and a great view of the stage.

CAN YOU BRING IN SEATS? No. Not even folding ones, anything inflatable or those clever ones you stick in the ground.

ARE BAGS ALLOWED? Yes but only small ones – no bigger than 29 x 21 x 21cm. That’s around the size of a piece of A4 paper.

ARE FOOD AND DRINK ALLOWED? NO. Only sealed bottles of water up to 500ml or baby food in plastic containers. You can also bring an empty water bottle which can be refilled at stations around the festival grounds.

IS RE-ENTRY ALLOWED? No. If you leave you can not come back in.

NEAREST TUBE: Hyde Park Corner, but you can also use Marble Arch and enter BST through the North Entrance.


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