The third headliner for the British Summer Time (BST) festival in Hyde Park London has been confirmed as the K-pop band Stray Kids.

Stray Kids won the best K-pop award for their single S-Class at last year’s MTV Video Music Award and will take to the Great Oak stage at BST Hyde Park on Sunday, July 14.

Confirming their headline gig, Stray Kids shared: "To all our UK STAYs – we cannot wait to see you at BST Hyde Park.

"This is our first time performing at a UK festival and it is such an honour to play in Hyde Park where so many legends have played before us. Come dance with us.”

Stray Kids to headline BST Hyde Park 2024

The boy band from South Korea released their first 14-track debut album entitled Go Live in 2020.

Jim King, the chief executive of European Festivals at AEG Presents, said: “We’re so excited to welcome international superstars Stray Kids to BST Hyde Park in July for the first time.

“We’re honoured to bring Stray Kids to the stage in 2024, as this genre only continues to grow from strength to strength.”

Stray Kids at BST Hyde Park follow the announcements that Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli will be headlining on July 5 followed by British superstar Robbie Williams on July 6.

Williams, who headlined in 2019, will return to BST festival with an array of hits from his two-decades-long back catalogue as a solo artist.

Williams left Take That in 1995 during their Nobody Else world tour.

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The group, which now comprises Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen, headlined the BST festival in 2023, bringing Eurovision winner Lulu Kennedy-Cairns and Britain’s Got Talent star Calum Scott on stage.

How to get tickets to Stray Kids at BST Hyde Park

If you want to see Stray Kids at BST Hyde Park, you're in luck as you won't have to wait long to get a hold of some tickets.

Tickets will go on sale on Monday, February 12 at 10am via Ticketmaster and the BST Hyde Park website.

Tickets will be tired, with different options from VIP to general, as the show is in Hyde Park London, there will be no assigned seating.