Van Morrison, Bananarama, The Feeling and The Shires are set to join Michael Bublé his Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park show this summer.
Bublé was confirmed as a headliner for the London festival in November, and will play Hyde Park on July 13.
The other headline acts confirmed to appear as the festival enters its sixth year are Roger Waters (July 6), The Cure (July 7), Eric Clapton (July 8), Bruno Mars (July 14) and Paul Simon (July 15).
Bananarama embarked on a reunion tour last year. The band’s Siobhan Fahey said: “British Summer Time at Hyde Park has become such an important part of the year. To be included in this year’s line up along side so many wonderful acts is just joyous!”
Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Van Morrison will release his 39th solo album, You’re Driving Me Crazy, on April 27.
Record-breaking UK country duo The Shires recently starred in Music Week’s Nashville special issue, and release third album Accidentally On Purpose next month.
The fastest-selling British country act ever, the band’s biggest-selling release is 2015 LP Brave and they go into the summer with high hopes for the new record.
Tickets for The Cure and Eric Clapton’s BST Hyde Park dates have sold out, while tickets for the other shows are on sale now, with prices starting from £65.
Waters was unveiled as the first headliner back in October.