The full line-up for Shania Twain‘s headline show at BST Hyde Park 2024 in London has been announced – you can check it out below.

The star will top the bill at the summer concert series on Sunday, July 7 following her legends slot at Glastonbury on June 30.

It was previously confirmed that she will be joined by special guests The Corrs. Today (June 10), organisers have revealed more acts that will open for her in Hyde Park.

Completing the bill are Anne-Marie, Elle King, Natalie Imbruglia, Nell Mescal, Hannah Grae, Cate, Dea Matrona, Natalie Shay and Germein. You can buy any remaining tickets here, and see the full line-up below.


Speaking about her forthcoming show, Twain 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 shit-kicking party!”

Also headlining BST Hyde Park this summer are Kings Of Leon (June 30), Morgan Wallen (July 4) Andrea Bocelli (July 5), Robbie Williams (July 6), Stevie Nicks (July 12), Kylie Minogue (July 13) and Stray Kids (July 14).


Shania Twain released her sixth and most recent album, ‘Queen Of Me’, in February 2023. Speaking to NME the following month, the ‘That Don’t Impress Me Much’ star expressed her desire to take on Glastonbury‘s coveted Legends Slot.

“It’s on my wish list – absolutely,” she said. “So I’ll make sure I do that. It’s a legendary thing, I know, but it’s on my wish list.”

Meanwhile, Twain recently praised Taylor Swift.


“That girl is working her butt off. She is living an exhausting existence, but she’d dedicated and committed to herself, to her art, and her work. It isn’t even about ambition, though I’m sure that most people would call her ambitious,” Twain said.

Swift meanwhile, recently completed the first three nights of her ‘Eras’ tour in the UK. She will now play three shows in Liverpool from June 13-15, one night in Cardiff on June 18 and three in London’s Wembley Stadium on June 18-22. She then heads to Dublin on June 28, before taking the tour around Europe.