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06 May 2023

Sam Ryder To Support Pink At BST Hyde Park Show

Sam Ryder Pink BST Hyde Park
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Pink has announced more support acts for her two dates at American Express presents BST Hyde Park.

The UK’s 2022 Eurovision runner-up, Sam Ryder, Sam Tompkins, plus GAYLE, Maddie Zahm, Mae Stephens and Will Linley will join Pink and pop legend Gwen Stefani at the BST show on Saturday, 24 June.

On night two, on Sunday, 25 June, US mega-star Tinashe, Lyra, Valencia Grace, Nell Mescal, Beren Olivia, and Maddie Zahm, will play in support of Pink. More names are still to be announced across the weekend.

Buy Sam Ryder’s There’s Nothing But Space, Man! here


The new additions come after Lana Del Rey was revealed as the final headliner of the annual summer concert series on July 9. The show gives UK fans of the US star another chance to catch the pop star live after her headline set on Glastonbury’s Other Stage in June.

Other artists headlining BST this year include Guns N’ Roses (June 30), Take That (July 1), BLACKPINK (July 2), Billy Joel (July 7) and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band (July 6 and 8).

The summertime event was launched by The Rolling Stones in 2013 when they recreated their 1969 gig. Since then, the likes of Carole King, Celine Dion, Stevie Wonder, Barbra Streisand, Adele, The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, Robbie Williams, Black Sabbath, Take That, Kylie Minogue, The Who, Blur, Kendrick Lamar, The Strokes, have headlined. For more information and tickets, visit the event’s official website.

Elsewhere in Sam Ryder news, the singer, along with Kalush Orchestra and Netta are among the artists set to perform at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest grand final. Ryder will perform during the first interval of the night, at which point voting takes place.

The 2023 competition is due to take place at the M&S Bank Arena at Liverpool docks next month, with Mae Muller representing the United Kingdom with the single I Wrote A Song.

Ryder represented the United Kingdom at last year’s Eurovision and came in at second place behind Ukraine, scoring an impressive 466 points with his track Space Man.

In a statement, Ryder said: “What an honour to be invited back to the Eurovision stage for a second time!

“I can’t wait to be back amongst the beautiful chaos of it all and to watch the incredible artists perform this time around, while bringing you a special performance of our own. Big love!”

Buy Sam Ryder’s There’s Nothing But Space, Man! here


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