'London fills my heart with joy': Stevie Nicks latest headliner confirmed for BST Hyde Park

Stevie Nicks can't wait to return to London for a solo show credit:Bang Showbiz
Stevie Nicks can't wait to return to London for a solo show credit:Bang Showbiz

Stevie Nicks is set to headline American Express presents BST Hyde Park.

The Fleetwood Mac legend will bring her revered solo show to the London landmark on July 12.

She said: “Anything that draws me back to London - and therefore to England - fills my heart with joy.

"And to be able to visit and make music… is always a dream come true…”

Her full line-up of support acts will be confirmed in due course.

The 75-year-old singer – whose solo hits include 'Edge of Seventeen' and 'Stand Back' - is currently completing a US tour, which was extended due to phenomenal demand.

Kings Of Leon, Andrea Bocelli, Robbie Williams, Shania Twain, Kylie Minogue and Stray Kids are also set to headline BST.

Tickets for Stevie's date go on sale on Wednesday 6 March, 10am GMT available at www.bst-hydepark.com.

Meanwhile, Stevie recently insisted Fleetwood Mac is "done" without the late Christine McVie.

The frontwoman admitted there is "no reason" to continue the 'Landslide' band without their beloved keyboard player and vocalist, who died in November 2022, aged 79, after a stroke and cancer battle, because they "can't go any further".

Speaking to Vulture, she said: “When Christine died, I felt like you can’t replace her. You just can’t.

“Without her, what is it? You know what I mean? She was like my soul mate, my musical soul mate, and my best friend that I spent more time with than any of my other best friends outside of Fleetwood Mac. Christine was my best friend.

“When I think about Taylor Swift’s song 'You’re on Your Own, Kid' and the line ‘you always have been,’ it was like, that was Christine and I. We were on our own in that band. We always were. We protected each other. Who am I going to look over to on the right and have them not be there behind that Hammond organ? When she died, I figured we really can’t go any further with this. There’s no reason to.”

Christine was also the band's main songwriter and Stevie claims the rest of the band couldn't pen a pop hit like her.

She added: “Christine was the pop star. She wrote all those really super pop hits.

“None of the rest of us could write those songs. What would happen is we’d have to take the songs out, like we did when she actually retired for 18 years. We couldn’t re-create those songs. So we became a much more hard-rock band.”