Shania Twain announced as BST Hyde Park headliner - all the details

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9 Feb 2024, 09:01

Shania Twain, Shania on the London BST Hyde Park 2024 poster

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Country music superstar Shania Twain is the latest massive star to be announced for BST Hyde Park this summer. 

The I’m Gonna Getcha Good hit-maker will perform on the London Hyde Park stage on Sunday 7th July, with The Corrs lined up as special guests, with more names to be announced. 

July’s performance will be the very first time Shania has performed as a BST Headliner, and she’ll be joined by previously announced acts Andrea Bocelli, Robbie Williams and Stray Kids. 

Tickets for Shania’s show will go on sale on Wednesday 14th February at 10am

Speaking in a statement, Shania shared her excitement about returning to London. She said: “I’ve seen so many of my own musical heroes headlining at Hyde Park and have wonderful summer memories there. It is a real privilege to headline my own show this year. It’s going to be a s**t-kicking party!”

Shania is one of the biggest names in country music and beyond, often dubbed the Queen of Country Pop. She’s sold over 100 million albums worldwide and released unforgettable hits including Man! I Feel Like a Woman!, That Don’t Impress Me Much, and  You’re Still The One. 

Irish pop icons The Corrs will also head to BST Hyde Park, adding the July date to their UK and Ireland tour.

Andrea, Sharon, Caroline and Jim will no doubt set London alight when they perform some of their biggest hits on the night. The Corrs have sold over 40 million albums since their debut Forgiven Not Forgotten in 1995, spawning a dozen classic hit singles.

Frontwoman Andrea recently stopped by Ryan Tubridy’s Virgin Radio mid-morning show to share the news of the eight-date tour taking place in November this year. 

Titled Talk on Corners, The Corrs will hit the road in Belfast before moving onto Birmingham, Cardiff, Dublin, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester and Sheffield. 

On what fans can expect from the tour, Andrea told Ryan: “At the end of the year we're doing a UK and Ireland tour... [We're feeling] great, we can't wait to play in Ireland and the UK again.”

"There are so many songs [to play]," she added, laughing. "From all the records we've done, it's kind of like bang bang bang bang. There isn't a down moment!"

This tour marks The Corrs' first in the UK and Ireland since 2016. “We're all very eager to get back out there, it's exciting,” Andrea admitted.

Tickets for Shania Twain’s BST Hyde Park concert go live on Wednesday 14 February, 10am GMT available at