Stevie Wonder has been announced as the final headliner for British Summertime Festival 2019 in Hyde Park, London.
The legendary artist will bring his Song Party show – "a celebration of life, love and music" which will span hits from Wonder's storied career – to the UK for the first time.
"We're living in a time where there's so much going on in the world," Wonder said during one concert. "But the one thing that we know for sure is that we can celebrate life, love and music.
"I'm very thankful that you have all have been so wonderful to me, giving me your life and allowing me to share my music with you since I was 11 years old, which was just a little ago. So we're just going to play and have fun."
Wonder will be joined by special guest Lionel Richie on 6 July, with more artists still to be announced. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 29 March.
The festival takes place over two weeks in summer – Wonder's set will be on 6 July.
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