Subscribe to our RSS News feed Follow safeconcerts on Twitter Follow Safeconcerts on Facebook 
Protect yourself from ticket scammers and fraudsters
before you buy with our Be Ticket Safe® Directory
More News
27th June 2012

Newton Faulkner, The Beat, Saint Etienne added to London Live at Hyde Park

The Overtones and Temper Trap also confirmed today

London Live have announced a host of new artists that have been added to the event. Newton Faulkner, The Beat, Saint Etienne, The Overtones and Temper Trap have all been confirmed to appear during the event. All these acts will be performing at Hyde Park as part of London’s biggest free celebration of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

The stellar line-up includes a whole variety of artists, from ‘Dream Catch Me’ singer-songwriter Newton Faulkner, who will be performing on Saturday 28 July, to brummie 2 Tone Ska band The Beat, performing on Wednesday 1 August and synth pop trio St Etienne, who will be performing on Saturday 4 August.

The UK’s hottest vocal harmony group The Overtones will be performing on Thursday 9 August and ‘Sweet Disposition’ indie band The Temper Trap will be performing on Friday 10 August. Visitors will also get to see all of the Olympic Sports and Medal Ceremonies of the day live, in addition to a spectacular array of have-a-go activities.

London Live in Hyde Park and Victoria Park has something for everyone, from live music to watching the 100 metres final on a 160m2 screen, the 55m high BT Observation Wheel in Victoria Park giving views of the Olympic Park, have-a-go sports, plus al-fresco Sports Bars and much more.  

A great line up of artists has already been announced, they include: Tom Jones, McFly, The Feeling, Feeder, Dodgy, The Levellers, Cast, Amy Macdonald, Paul Carrack Kenny Thomas and the cast of ‘We Will Rock You’.

Be Ticket Safe® and avoid ticket fraud:
only buy from legitimate outlets, don't lose out to scams & ticket touts

See our Be Ticket Safe® section for more in depth information about how to protect yourself

Your Ratings & Comments

Dull yet neccessary disclaimer: cannot be held liable for any loss caused as a result of the publication of information here or of your acts or omissions based on the information published here. This is an open forum and as such we welcome contributions from any companies, artists or people listed to correct any inaccuracies. Unfortunately, due to the way that information is distributed, Safeconcerts cannot make any warranty or representation as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained on this site. Read our full terms and conditions of use.
Contact Us | Website Terms of Use | BACK TO TOP | Safeconcerts: Proud to be a thorn in the site of ticket touts and fraudsters
Ticket Safe Home Page The Red List: websites to avoid now The Green List: websites we recommend Suggest a site here The latest Ticket Safe News How to buy tickets safely What to do if you've been a victim of fraud Ticket Safe Forum Ticket Safe Articles About Us Media Contacts Buy Concert Tickets Safely