Barclaycard British Summertime news: Sundays can’t any better than this. Thank you, Slowhand. That was legendary.

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BST Hyde Park

Thank you Attitude is Everything! We've been nominated at the 2019 #OutstandingAttitudeAwards

Real the full story here:
www.attitudeiseverything.org.uk/news/outstanding-attitude-awards-2019-shortlist
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Thank you Attitude is Everything! Weve been nominated at the 2019 #OutstandingAttitudeAwards
 
Real the full story here: 
http://www.attitudeiseverything.org.uk/news/outstanding-attitude-awards-2019-shortlist

 

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Great that you seemingly look after guests with formally recognised accessibility needs but when I came to see Stevie Wonder when 8 months pregnant your office staff, security guards and anyone else I could speak to (both before and on the day) REFUSED to let me bring a small folding camping chair. I attended because I refused to let your appalling attitude ruin my day. Disgraceful care for your customers. I obviously was not faking my heavily pregnant state and my needs to access the event safely and comfortably were not important or relevant to you. This is discrimination.

As this is the worst concert venue in Britain it must be a very short list.

Next headliners would be nice

Where are the next headliners? We need rock bands!

Really? Trying to get tickets for the disability area is a nightmare

So...who’s on the first Saturday?!

Been a right shambles this year

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1 week ago

BST Hyde Park

Love is in the air and we're giving three pairs of tickets to this year's summer series! Simply tag your loved one in the comments and tell us which show you'd like to take them to:

💜Will your heart go on for Céline Dion - Friday 5 July
💚Have you got the love for Florence + The Machine - Saturday 13 July
🧡Or do you love Angels instead like Robbie Williams - Sunday 14 July

We'll pick a winner next week. Good luck!
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Love is in the air and were giving three pairs of tickets to this years summer series! Simply tag your loved one in the comments and tell us which show youd like to take them to:

💜Will your heart go on for Céline Dion - Friday 5 July
💚Have you got the love for Florence + The Machine - Saturday 13 July
🧡Or do you love Angels instead like Robbie Williams - Sunday 14 July

Well pick a winner next week. Good luck!

 

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Georgia Waplington I’d love to to take my girlfriend to Celine Dion. She’s a massive fan and it would make her sister so jealous!

Tamara Kett I say Florence and the machine would be the one. Close with Robbie though! Either would be fab! Xx

I would love to ser robbie williams with my bestie Becky Walker we go every year and each year gets better and better. You guys never dissapoint. 😘

I’d love to take my mum Maria Williams who has always wanted to see Robbie williams but hasnt ever had the opportunity

I couldn't take my husband when Caron Berry would love it so much more. Would have to be Celine Dion ❤

Florence + The Machine Saturday 13 July Eleanor Tagoe

Oh for me and my biggest Love Ardy van Broekhoven. We ❤️ Céline Dion!!!!! Last year we came to London to see Michael Bublé. It was amazing! Now we would like to come al the way from the netherlands tot see Céline Dion😍. Fingers crossed 🤞🏼

Erion Hoxha happy Saint Valentine, 3 years of full understanding, hopefully, in front of florence and the machine <3 ZIO PORCONE

Rita Ferreira 💚 For BST Hyde Park, I feel like throwing my hands up in the air I know I can count on you And I feel like saying "Rita just meet me there" you've got the love I need To come see Florence + The Machine concert too!

Jennifer Fransen 🧡Or do you love Angels instead like Robbie Williams - Sunday 14 July We'll pick a winner next week. Good luck!

Sybella Thompson - Florence and the Machine. Because I’m having a really hard time in London right now, and I just need something good to happen

Neil McPherson Florence and the Machine 😘 although you’d probably prefer Robbie Williams 🤣🙄 xx

My best mate Sharon McIndoe is 50 this year and she is also Married 25years to Chris Mcindoe , we are see Robbie Williams on the 14th July to celebrate my 25th wedding anniversary , Sharon loves Celine Dion , and I don't know anyone who deserves it most after a traumatic 2018 , words could not describe xx

Clarisa Smallwood - my wife! I would love for two Canadian girls living in London to see our Celine Dion this summer! We went to see Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks last year and this would take the cake! #loveislove

I'd take my friend Lorraine Palmer to see Robbie Williams.. we've seen him together at gigs for the past 20 odd years .. would love to surprise her if I win ❤🤞🏼🤞🏼🤞🏼❤

Celine Dion would be a perfect gift for our 25th Wedding anniversary xx I would take Chris Mcindoe 💕

Diane Hay my mum deserves a good day out to sing and dance to a bit of Celine Dion Friday 5th July xx

Andy Hillier. Robbie Williams. We last went to see Greenday at BST Hyde Park and it was amazing. 💞

I'd take my friend Fotini Pantelopoulou to see Robbie Williams...cause she’s my partner in crime every year...on the road ❤🤞🏼🤞🏼🤞🏼❤

I would take Rebecca Jade to see Robbie Williams - she had a tough couple of years after having several major operations and she is now on the mend and getting her health back so this would be a fab treat!

My dad who has been there for me through good times and sad times would love to take him to 💜 see Celine Dion in July with me

Carley Duncan my wee plus one 💕 bit early for your birthday but how amazing would it be to go see Florence and the machine 😁 xx

No mate nit fir Celine Dion 🤢

My best Friend💙💙 Evelyn Swan and I Would love to see Celine Dion one of my idols...pretty please xx💃💃

Jackie Robinson I’d take my lovely mum to see Robbie Williams. She’s been a huge fan and it would be a fantastic birthday present for her 🧡🧡🧡🧡

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25 thoughts on “Barclaycard British Summertime news: Sundays can’t any better than this. Thank you, Slowhand. That was legendary.

  1. My boys came home early said Eric Claption was C–P. Lots of people leaving. They really enjoyed Roger Walters on Friday but sain Eri was a big let down

  2. To say c—p is a bit unfair. He is no way as good as he used to be. There is a “ going through the motions” feel to his performance. A question I doubt I will ever get an answer to, can he not perform like he did say 10/20 years ago or does he not want to.
    Lucas Nelson fantastic, and seeing
    Steve Winwood doing classic Spencer Davis / Traffic stuff with the entrance fee, although he did comment the free concert in 1969 probably better value. But it was very , very hot there!

  3. Ausgezeichneter Sound, ausgezeichnete Musiker, ausgezeichnetes Wetter. Bisschen heiß vielleicht, aber was auf der Bühne abging, stellte alles in den Schatten! Mindblowing event!

  4. What a day, very hot, difficult to take water in due to not wanting to lose you place at the Oak stage. Stewards were good helping fans with topping up their water bottles.

    It will probably be my last chance to see Eric and Carlos play together live, so it was all worth it. Big thank you to the organisers who put together a great line up.

  5. ok good line up but expensive tickets I treated me and the wife to the gold circle we were packed like sardines , very crushed £6 for half a pint of lager it leaves a bad taste. I saw blind faith here in 1969 what a different vibe must admit the stage was tiny compared to now, this is just a money making machine now, how times have changed still think live music is great but staying with smaller festivals.

  6. What an honour to see Eric Clapton and Santana on the same stage. However, the sound was atrocious to the left of the stage…because there were zero speakers there! What a joke. We had to wriggle our way forward and into the centre, for decent sound that drowned out the people jabbering on! And there was thousands more people than the Roger Waters concert. I know they can do decent sound, because the Friday concert had world class sound. C- Must try harder.

  7. Fantastic day, EC turned in a great set full of classics. Loved Steve Winwoods slot playing Blind Faith songs. A really well run festival with no ques.

  8. Eric was crap????? Ok buddy lets see how you will be in your 70’s maybe you could have somebody wiping your a#s for you while you dribble. Eric was playing a live concert in front of thousands of people with all his faculties in tact at 70+. Eric owes nobody anything after a life time of music. For me it was class to be in the same field as him and i think you should have went to disco or something .

  9. Brilliant show, Eric and the others were great! I would have appreciated to see Steve Winwood on the stage with Eric like at Blind Faith’s times, however I enjoyed every moment. Next year please invite Bruce Springsteen

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