Adele put on a show-stopping performance at BST Hyde Park.
The pop superstar was joined by Gabrielle and Kacey Musgraves at the festival in London on Friday (1 July).
Adele will be returning to Hyde Park for a second show tonight (2 July).
Here is what to expect if you are attending the concert:
What was Adele’s setlist at BST Hyde Park?
The superstar played songs from across her career, including all of her biggest hits.
The full setlist was as follows:
- I Drink WIne
- I’ll Be Waiting
- Rumour Has It
- Water Under the Bridge
- One and Only
- Send My Love (To Your New Lover)
- Easy on Me
- All I Ask
- Make You Feel My Love
- Someone Like You
- Oh My God
- Set Fire to the Rain
- Hold On
- Rolling in the Deep
- When We Were Young
- Love is a Game
If you are attending Adele’s second night headling BST Hyde Park you can probably expect a very similar set list.
How long did Adele’s set last?
Adele was due to take the stage at 8.20pm and scheduled to end at 10.20pm, meaning fans were treated to nearly two hours of music.
The singer’s performance at Hyde Park tonight (2 July) is also due to run for the same length of time.
Who is supporting Adele at BST Hyde Park?
It will be an all-female line up once again at Hyde Park today.
Gabrielle and Kacey Musgraves are the two high profile opening acts.
Nilüfer Yanya, Mahalia, Self Esteem, Tiana Majorg, Chrissi, Bonnie Kemplay, Ruti and Tamzene, are also scheduled to perform throughout the afternoon and evening.
In a post on Instagram, Adele wrote: “The line up for my Hyde Park shows next week is going to blow your socks off!!
“It’s going to be incredible, there’s a whole host of us performing all day, I can’t wait to share the main stage with you ladies .”
Kacey Musgraves is due to perform at 4.30pm and Gabrielle is due on stage at 6.20pm.
Gates at BST Hyde Park will open at 2pm.
What have the critics said about Adele’s performance?
The first night of Adele at BST Hyde Park has gone down an absolute storm with the critics.
The Telegraph gave it 5 stars writing: “She’s back, and in full flight like this Adele is a truly formidable talent.”
The Guardian’s reviewer also gave the performance 5 stars.
Writing: “She may come wreathed in the glamour of Hollywood, but her patter is homegrown – and her vocal artistry has few peers.”
The Times gave the concert 4 stars, saying the fans “felt the love”.
Variety wrote that Adele “dazzles” at the homecoming concert and said: “The words to every heartbreak anthem echoing back along the seemingly endless rows of fans enjoying the evening sunshine.”