Special Events

Hyde Park BST - Tom Petty

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers will perform a rare UK gig this July headlining at BST - Hyde Park. Throughout the day we have a host of talent from the ITB roster performing at the event, including Ward Thomas & Juanita Stein (Howling Bells)

Sunday July 9th


Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers

Tom Petty

Shows

  • Sunday 9/07/2017  20:15 Great Oak Stage
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Ward Thomas

For many years, people both within and outside the music business have been asking - where are Britain’s home-grown country stars? Ward Thomas may well be providing the answers. They are on the threshold of becoming one of the first genuine major British Country acts. Over the past year or so Ward Thomas have proved to be one of the most exciting and talented of the new crop of names to have appeared on the international Country music scene.

Shows

  • Sunday 9/07/2017  19:30 Barclaycard Stage
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Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown

Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown is a rock and roll band born of Nashville, TN. Their sound is a soulful patchwork of roots-infused melodies and muscular riffs, all woven tightly with the thread of their alternative psychedelic mystique. It’s as rambunctious, raw and real as rock & roll gets these days.

Shows

  • Sunday 9/07/2017  16:00 Barclaycard Stage
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Juanita Stein

She's seen the world Americanize, gentrify and divide like a broken heart during a decade of touring the globe with her band Howling Bells, now Juanita Stein returns with her first solo collection of songs about a pre-apocalyptic America.

Shows

  • Sunday 9/07/2017  16:00 Summer Stage
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Jordan Mackampa

Singer/Songwriter Jordan Mackampa is often described as a troubadour, an artist with timeless soul and lyrics drenched in heart felt empathy. As a man who was born in Kinshasa, grew up in London and became an artist in Coventry, Jordan’s music is swimming in the sounds and stories of the cities he’s inhabited over the years.

Shows

  • Sunday 9/07/2017  17:30 Summer Stage
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Diane Birch

Diane Birch’s latest album, the self-produced Nous, is her bravest and most independent work to date. Written and recorded mostly in Berlin, Nous draws on musical influences as varied and rich as Birch’s own international upbringing—from her childhood as a preacher’s daughter in Zimbabwe and South Africa, to her wedding dress and black-lipstick days as a Goth teen in Portland, to her late teens in L.A. where she paid her musical dues playing piano and singing covers in fancy hotels. She was discovered on MySpace in 2007, and shortly thereafter moved to London and New York to begin her recording career.

Shows

  • Sunday 9/07/2017  14:40 Barclaycard Stage
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