Justin Bieber to headline British Summer Time at London’s Hyde Park & Cardiff Stadium

The 'Sorry' star returns

Justin Bieber has been confirmed to headline a huge show at London’s Hyde Park as part of the Barclaycard British Summer Time series, as well as Cardiff Stadium. See dates, support act and ticket details below.

Topping the bill on Saturday 2 July, he’ll be joined by special guests Martin Garrix, Tove Lo and Anne-Marie as support – with many more to be announced. He joins previously announced British Summer Time headliners Phil Collins, Green Day and Kings Of Leon.

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There will be a ticket pre-sale for British Summer Time from 9am on Monday 12 December, before going on general sale from Friday 16 December.

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Meanwhile, Bieber has also announced a huge show at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Friday 30 June. These shows will mark the last UK lap of his epic globe-trotting ‘Purpose’ tour.

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Justin Bieber In Concert - 2016 Purpose World Tour - Seattle, WAWireImage/Getty

As well as being named as one of the highest-paid musicians of 2016, this week also saw Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ declared as the most viewed music video on Vevo this year.


Last month, Bieber also came under fire for an incident in which he punched a fan. This comes after making headlines for his frequent protests against overzealous fans. He told his “obnoxious” London crowd to “be quiet and listen when I’m talking” and ordered his Manchester audience to “shut up” during his ballads. A fan also attempted to pull his trousers down in Prague.