All other Hyde Park events and concerts to go ahead as planned
Live Nation and The Royal Parks have today announced that they have been forced to cancel The Hit Factory Live concert scheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday 11 July).
Live Nation say that following the severe and unprecedented weather conditions across the country the site was declared unfit this morning to host the concert. The decision was made following full consultation with all of the relevant authorities and the safety advisory group. The safety of our customers, performers and production crew is of utmost importance and the decision was made unanimously. The potential risk to staff and music fans was too great for the event to go ahead.
Live Nation and The Royal Parks sincerely regret the disappointment caused by this cancellation.
“The moment the Wireless Festival ended, we put in place a massive plan to prepare the site for tomorrow. Eight thousand cubic metres of wood chip is currently being put in place and over the past 24hours crews have started to make the site safe for our customers. Despite best efforts time has beaten us, but I want to reassure that Hard Rock Calling concerts with Soundgarden, Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon, plus Madonna on 17 July and the BT London Live Opening Ceremony Celebration concert and the events will go ahead.”
John Probyn, Live Nation COO
Ticket purchases made through Ticketmaster and See Tickets will be automatically refunded. For purchases made through all other vendors, please contact your point of purchase.
The event was due to feature Kylie Minogue, Steps, Rick Astley, Jason Donovan, Bananarama, Dead Or Alive, Pepsi & Shirlie, Princess Sinitta, Hazell Dean, Sonia, Sybil, 2 Unlimited, Lonnie Gordon, Brother Beyond and Michaela Strachan.