Adele put on a stunning performance at BST Hyde Park.
The pop superstar was joined by Gabrielle and Kacey Musgraves at the festival in London on Friday (July 1).
It is the latest in the BST Hyde Park concert series which has also featured the likes of the Rolling Stones, Elton John and the Eagles.
Adele will return to Hyde Park for a second show tonight (2 July).
Here’s what to expect when you attend the concert:
What was Adele’s setlist at BST Hyde Park?
The superstar performed songs from her entire career, including all of her biggest hits.
The full setlist looked like this:
- I drink wine
- I’ll wait
- according to rumours
- water under the bridge
- One and only
- Send my love (to your new lover)
- easy for me
- Anything I ask
- Make you feel My Love
- Someone like You
- Oh dear God
- Set fire to the rain
- Hold tight
- Rolling in The Deep
- when we were young
- love is a game
If you’re attending Adele’s second night at BST Hyde Park, you can probably expect a very similar setlist.
How long was Adele’s set?
Adele was due to take the stage at 8:20pm and finish at 10:20pm, meaning fans were treated to nearly two hours of music.
The singer’s appearance in today’s Hyde Park (July 2nd) should also run for the same duration.
Who supports Adele at BST Hyde Park?
Today in Hyde Park there will be an all-female line-up again.
Gabrielle and Kacey Musgraves are the two high-profile support acts.
Nilüfer Yanya, Mahalia, Self Esteem, Tiana Majorg, Chrissi, Bonnie Kemplay, Ruti and Tamzene will also perform throughout the afternoon and evening.
In a post on Instagram, Adele wrote: “The line up for my shows in Hyde Park next week is going to blow your socks off!!
“It’s going to be amazing, there’s quite a number of us performing throughout the day, can’t wait to share the main stage with you ladies.”
Kacey Musgraves will perform at 4:30pm and Gabrielle will take the stage at 6:20pm.
Gates at BST Hyde Park open at 2pm.
What did the critics say about Adele’s performance?
Adele’s first night at BST Hyde Park has drawn an absolute storm from critics.
The Telegraph there were 5 stars Writing: “She’s back and in full swing like this Adele is a really impressive talent.”
Writing: “She may be cloaked in Hollywood glamor, but her chatter is homemade — and her singing skills are second to none.”
Variety wrote that Adele “dazzled” at the homecoming concert, saying, “The words to every Heartbreak anthem echo through the seemingly endless lines of fans enjoying the evening sun.”