Stevie Wonder at BST Hyde Park 2019: Tickets release, prices, presale – all info you need

The icon will be taking to the stage with his Song Party show, complete with a very special guest in the form of Lionel Richie. He’ll be taking to the stage on Saturday, July 6; sandwiched between fellow legends Celine Dion on Friday, July 5 and Barbra Streisand on Sunday, July 7. Billed as “a celebration of life, love and music”, it’s shaping up to be an unforgettable show.

So when are tickets on sale for the event?

Wonder and Richie’s gig releases to the public at 9am on Friday, March 29.

Presale is available via the BST Hyde Park website, and also via Barclaycard.

Prices will start at £69.95 for general admission, although children (aged two to nine years old) and guardians can go for £65.00.

Primary Entry tickets are £85.00, Gold Circle is £149.95, Barclaycard VIP Summer Garden is £199.95, The Terrace is £249.95 and Diamond Circle is £249.95.

James King, the Senior Vice President of AEG Presents, said: “There are headliners, great headliners, line ups, stellar lineups and a thousand other adjectives we use but we will never find the one that correctly describes what will be happening in Hyde Park on Saturday July 6th.

“Stevie Wonder is singing his biggest hits for his very own Song Party and for good measure, and to our mutual amazement, joy and wonder, he is also bringing his good friend Lionel Richie.

“See you down the front.”

Daniel Mathieson, Head of Experimental Marketing and Partnerships for Barclaycard, added: “We are honoured to host not only the prestigious and iconic Stevie Wonder but also another special guest in the form of Lionel Richie this Summer.

“Stevie and Lionel have been part of the fabric of music and culture globally for the best part of six decades and between them have an incredible amount of accolades as testament to their phenomenally successful music careers.

“It’s ‘signed sealed and delivered’ – Saturday night couldn’t get any better.”

Alongside Wonder, Richie, Dion and Streisand, other confirmed performers include Florence + The Machine, The National and Robbie Williams.


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