Black Sabbath, Soundgarden and Faith No More to play British Summer Time Festival 2014

Black Sabbath, Soundgarden and Faith No More to play British Summer Time Festival 2014

Presale tickets available from Wed 2 Apr; general sale available from Fri 4 Apr

Black Sabbath, Soundgarden and Faith No More are the latest names to be added to the British Summer Time series of gigs set to take place in Hyde Park this July. The metal titans will head up a line-up that also features Motorhead, Soulfly, Wolfmother, Hell, Kobra and The Lotus, Broken Hands, The Bots, Gallows, Bo Ningen, The Graveltones, Hang The Bastard, A Plastic Rose, Rise To Remain, Blitz Kids, The Struts and The First.

The British Summer Time series is becoming one of the most varied festival line-ups of the year. As well as this metal-heavy line-up, there are also gigs designed to appeal to pop fans (with headliners McBusted plus Backstreet Boys, Scouting for Girls, The Vamps, Lawson, Five and Diversity on the line-up for Sun 6 Jul) and more mature rock/country tastes (with headliners Neil Young & Crazy Horse plus The National, Tom Odell, Caitlin Rose, Phosphorescent, Flyte, Half Moon Run, Lucy Rose, Ethan Johns, The Webb Sisters, Jack Savoretti, To Kill A King, Hero Fisher, Midlake and Bruno Major booked for Sat 12 Jul).

Tickets for the Black Sabbath-headlined event will go on general sale from 9am on Fri 4 Apr; however, we've managed to secure 48 hour presales, meaning fans can use the ticketing links below to gain access to book tickets from 9am on Wed 2 Apr.

Black Sabbath Time Hyde Park Announcement

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British Summer Time Festival

A big old music festival, held across a number of stages in sunny Hyde Park.

Serpentine Lido, London W2

Fri 8 Jul


Sat 9 Jul


Black Sabbath

The founders of heavy metal are on their farewell tour, featuring Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler.