Robbie Williams is set to headline BST Hyde Park this summer.

The 'Let Me Entertain You' pop star has been unveiled as the next headline act for the concert series at London's Hyde Park as he tops the bill on July 6, 2024 for a UK exclusive show.

In a statement, he said: “It’s an honour to be back here to headline BST Hyde Park. I can’t wait to see you all there!”

The 49-year-old singer will be joined by "specials guests" and a "full supporting lineup", with further announcements to follow.

The 'Rock DJ' hitmaker is the second name to be unveiled for the events after the news that Andrea Bocelli will top the bill on the previous night (July 5).

The legendary Italian tenor will make history as the first-ever classical artist to headline the summer concert series.

Andrea will also be celebrating his 30th anniversary at Hyde Park and said it will be an "unforgettable" experience.

The 65-year-old recently commented: “Hyde Park is the perfect place for coming together to celebrate my 30th anniversary and reimagine it as a springboard propelling us into the future, imbued with positivity and the power of good.

"Celebrating it here is sure to be unforgettable, in the vast green lung from which London has been drawing breath for hundreds of years, in this park that is the embodiment of a glorious chapter in the history of a nation, of a continent, of a civilization… and also of so much wonderful music that has rung out here, nourishing it in its wake.”

More headliners and support bills are set to follow, with last year's shows topped by Lana Del Rey, P!nk, Take That, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band, Guns N’ Roses and BLACKPINK.