Florence + the Machine's support acts for their headline slot at Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park have been announced.
The 'Dog Days Are Over' band - fronted by Florence Welch - will have their fans warmed-up by electro-pop outfit Poliça, London musician Georgia, classically-trained cellist Kelsey Lu, Texan three-piece Khruangbin, as well as, Gabriel Bruce, Gwilym Gold and Cloves.
The acts join Kendrick Lamar on The Great Oak Stage on Saturday July, 2.
And Mumford & Sons, who will top the bill at the music extravaganza on Saturday July, 8, will be joined by Kurt Vile & the Violators, Mt. Desolation, Matthew and the Atlas, Modern Pleasure, Rukhsana Merise and The Strumbellas.
Alabama Shakes and Wolf Alice will also perform on July 8.
As previously announced, this year's Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park will also see Massive Attack headline on July 1, Carole King on July 3, Take That on July 9 and on July 10 Stevie Wonder will play his acclaimed 1976 LP 'Songs In The Key of Life' in its entirety for the first time in the UK to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the LP and will be joined by Pharrell Williams.