American Express Presents BST Hyde Park Taylor Swift – How To Get Tickets
11 December 2019, 16:55 | Updated: 11 December 2019, 17:04
Taylor Swift is headlining American Express Presents BST Hyde Park 2020, on Saturday 11 July.
And the ‘Lover’ songstress has just been announced as a headliner for American Express presents BST Hyde Park, joining fellow global superstars Little Mix who headline on Saturday 4 July and US rockers Pearl Jam on Friday 10 July.
Which date is Taylor Swift performing at BST?
The ‘Style’ hitmaker will be taking to the stage on Saturday 11 July, five years after performing at the London festival – and she apparently won't be alone in her return to the capital.
London holds a special place in the 29 year old's heart, after penning the track 'London Boy' on her latest album.
How can you get tickets to see Taylor at BST Hyde Park?
Taylor fans can get their hands on tickets to see her headline BST Hyde Park 2020 here.
Tickets are on sale now, but they'll no doubt be swiftly snapped up by fans in the coming weeks.
Where is BST Hyde Park?
American Express Presents BST Hyde Park Taylor Swift is at London's iconic Hyde Park, in the centre of the city. It's the largest of four Royal Parks.
After releasing her seventh album, 'Lover', in August this year, Taylor remains as one of the hottest artists of the moment, headlining Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball on Sunday 8 December.
‘Lover’ was her fourth UK number one album and had the highest first week of sales for any album in the US since her 2017 LP, ‘Reputation’.
On 24 November, Taylor received the well-earned title of Artist of the Decade award at the American Music Awards, performing a medley of her hits to mark the occasion.
At the beginning of her performance, Taylor emerged in a white button-down shirt with the names of her old albums, including 'Fearless', ‘Speak Now’, ‘Red’, and ‘1989’ emblazoned in big block letters.
‘Speak Now’ was on the front of her shirt in full view, above the other album names.
Her microphone also had ‘Lover’ written in pink letters, which some fans reckon represented the fact it’s the first album she owns.