The music at Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park returned today as the second weekend brought Lucy Rose, Half Moon Run, Tom Odell and The National to the Great Oak Stage, ahead of Neil Young and Crazy Horse who headlined.
Tom Odel said "I"m here to warm up the crowd ahead of Neil Young". He did a great job. Checkmout the Music-News.com review coming shortly.
Considered one of the greatest songwriters ever, Neil Young has been one of the most influential artists of the rock age, both as a solo artist and part of Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young.
Away from the main stage, Hyde Park has enjoyed the likes of Midlake, Caitlin Rose and Phosphorescent in the Barclaycard Theatre and Ethan Johns and Jack Savoretti in the Village Hall. The Summer Stage welcomed James Bay and To Kill A King, with the Sony Music Unlimited stage boasting Grant Nicholas and Meadowlark. The Cuban Brothers once again hosted the Carnival Stage.
Other highlights from today:
* Again the celebrities flocked into Hyde Park for another big day of music. Names in the park included: Liam Gallagher, Mark Ruffalo, Florence Welch, Jennifer Saunders, PJ Harvey, Bonnie Wright, Mathew Horne and Matthew Barzun (US Ambassador to the UK).
* Lucy Rose, Half Moon Run and Jack Savoretti were amongst the artists that hung out backstage doing interviews and relaxing around their sets
Line-up for Sunday 13 July
Louis Pearl Bubbleman
Mr Men Costumes
Arts & Crafts
Molly Smitten Downes
Go Go Go!
SONY MUSIC UNLIMITED
Hosted by the Cuban Brothers