The Cure are one of the most legendary rock bands in the UK, formed in 1976 in West Sussex, and fronted by lead singer and songwriter Robert Smith. They came from the post-punk scene of the early 80’s and have gained an immense success over the years with more than 30 million combined sales of 13 studio albums and more than 40 singles. The good news is that The Cure will be one of the headliners of Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park 2018. The band have chosen BST Hyde Park to celebrate their 40th anniversary on a very special show.
These fully commercially and critically acclaimed goths who have a reputation for melancholy and have inspired bands from all kind of music genres will be joined on stage by some very special guests. On the 7th of July the indie rockers from New York, Interpol, will be one of the opening acts of this very awaited show. Robert Smith (voice and guitars), Simon Gallup (bass), Jason Cooper (drums), Roger O’Donnell (Keyboards) and Reeves Gabrels (guitars) will be also joined by the electro-pop and fellow Brits Goldfrapp, platinum albums’ winners Editors, The Cure’s World Tour 2016 support act The Twilight Sad plus Britpop stars Ride and finally Slowdive who are making a successful comeback.
British Summer Time Hyde Park 2018 will host a series of excellent headliners, in fact additionally to The Cure there will be Bruno Mars, Eric Clapton and Roger Waters performing the Hyde Park event next year.