Stevie Nicks at BST Hyde Park: timings and everything you need to know

The legendary singer-songwriter and former frontwoman of Fleetwood Mac is gracing the Great Oak Stage this weekend

Liv Kelly
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Liv Kelly
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Stevie Nicks at BST Hyde Park 2024
Image: BST Hyde Park

BST Hyde Park knows how to curate a line up, and this weekend’s stint of the festival is being led by none other than former frontwoman of Fleetwood Mac and world-renowned singer-songwriter, Stevie Nicks. Stevie Nicks. 

She’s been performing her music since 1966, and has had a career, both in Fleetwood and as a solo artist, which can only really be described as legendary. Stevie follows previous 2024 headliners SZA, Kings of Leon, Morgan Wallen, Robbie Williams and Shania Twain

Ahead of what promises to be a vibey, sway-worthy BST headliner set, here is everything you need to know.  

Time Out’s full guide to BST Hyde Park 2024

When is Stevie Nicks playing BST Hyde Park?

The legendary singer-songwriter will be gracing Hyde Park’s Great Oak Stage on Friday July 12

What time do gates open at BST Hyde Park?

The gates open at 2pm, and the last entry is at 8.30pm.

What time will Stevie Nicks come on stage?

Nicks’s set is due to begin at 8.50pm and she’ll finish at around 10.20pm. 

Who is supporting Stevie Nicks at BST Hyde Park?

Here’s the full line-up for July 12, across all stages:

The Great Oak Stage

  • 3.40pm - 4.20pm: Paris Paloma
  • 4.50pm - 5.50pm: Anna Calvi
  • 6.30pm - 7.40pm: Brandi Carlile
  • 8.20pm - 10.20pm: Stevie Nicks

The Rainbow Stage

  • 3.10pm - 3.40pm: CATTY
  • 4.20pm - 4.50pm: Nina Nesbitt
  • 5.50pm - 6.30pm: Baby Queen

The Birdcage Stage

  • 2.20pm - 2.50pm: Nina Versyp
  • 3.10pm - 3.40pm: Stevie Bill
  • 4.20pm - 4.40pm: Talia Rae
  • 5.50pm - 6.30pm: Siobhan Winifred

The Cuban Garage Stage

  • 3.10pm - 3.50pm: The Live Carnival
  • 4.30pm - 5pm: The Live Carnival
  • 6pm - 6.35pm: The Cuban Brothers
  • 7.50pm - 8.45pm: The Cuban Brothers

Are there any tickets left?

Tickets are very limited, but there are still a handful of VIP options such as the ‘ultimate diamond VIP experience’ and the ‘Volvic gold VIP hydeaway’ are still available on the BST website – have a look at what’s up for grabs here

What is the setlist?

Nicks performed at the 3Arena in Dublin in last week, so based on that her setlist will likely look a little something like this, according to

  • Outside the Rain
  • Dreams
  • If Anyone Falls
  • Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
  • For What It’s Worth
  • Gypsy
  • Wild Heart
  • Bella Donna
  • Stand Back
  • Soldier’s Angel
  • Gold Dust Woman
  • Leather and Lace
  • Edge of Seventeen


  • Rhiannon
  • Landslide

What will the weather be like?

London’s weather is still hardly giving summer, but with highs of 20C and cloudy conditions changing to sunny intervals by early evening over the park on Friday, we can’t really complain – at least you’ll be Outside the Rain. Check the up-to-date forecast on the Met Office website here.

What’s been said about the Hyde Park show so far?

When the show was announced back in February, Nicks said: ‘Anything that draws me back to London ~ and therefore to England ~ fills my heart with joy. And to be able to visit and make music… is always a dream come true…’

Stevie has also stated that the BST show will be quite an emotional one, as it’ll see her return to the stage she last shared with Tom Petty before his death. She performed on the same bill as Petty at BST in 2017 and played the duet ‘Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around’ with him. 

Nicks is also expected to pay tribute to fellow former Fleetwood Mac star Christine McVie, who died last November.  

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