Black Eyed Peas, Tom Grennan, Calvin Harris, and others will play at the 2023 British Grand Prix
An Exciting Weekend Awaits In Silverstone This Year!
Calvin Harris, Black Eyed Peas, and Tom Grennan are among the headliners appearing at the 2023 British Grand Prix, according to Silverstone.
Additional information on Silverstone's entertainment schedule for the British Grand Prix on July 6–9, 2023. Calvin Harris is scheduled to perform at a special launch party on Thursday night as part of the British Grand Prix weekend for the first time.
Every night of the British Grand Prix weekend in 2023 will feature a headline artist. Black Eyed Peas will perform on Saturday night, DJ Jax Jones will take the stage on Friday night, and Tom Grennan will wrap up the British Grand Prix weekend on Sunday.
British Grand Prix administrators had confirmed that the concert area has been moved for 2023. Library Productions, who oversee the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, created the new staging space. Over 40,000 concertgoers will be able to attend the nightly performances in the new concert area.
Thursday's Grand Prix of Great Britain Launch Party
The 2023 British Grand Prix Launch Party at Silverstone is being billed as "a celebration of the best British music and motorsport." Calvin Harris, a renowned DJ and producer, will be the event's main attraction.
Jess Glynne, who has reached the top of the UK charts seven times, and Cat Burns, a multiple BRIT Award candidate, round out the lineup.
Some ticket holders have expressed dissatisfaction that a weekend ticket does not guarantee entry to the Launch Party. Instead, in order to be eligible to attend the event on Thursday, ticket holders must complete a ballot. All holders of single-day and weekend tickets were to vote beginning on April 12. Upgrades to the Golden Circle, which provide access to the best viewing spots for the Launch Party, will be chargeable extras.
The circuit will still be open to those who did not receive a ballot on Thursday, and access to the outside will be available between the Copse and Stowe corners. Food and beverages will be offered, and huge screens will broadcast the Launch Party and the Thursday night Sky F1 Live show, which typically takes place on the Hamilton Straight.
British Grand Prix weekend schedule in 2023
Aside from the Launch Party, Silverstone had revealed the performers performing throughout the British Grand Prix weekend in 2023. Two artists had been announced so far for each evening earlier in the year.
Jamie Scott, the director of music at Silverstone, selected the musical lineup for this year. The producer and singer-songwriter has previously collaborated with artists including Ed Sheeran, Westlife, and One Direction.
On Friday, Jax Jones and Girls Don't Sync perform.
After Free Practise on Friday night at Silverstone, Jax Jones will perform. The English DJ is best known for his hits, which include Where Did You Go?, Out Out, and You Don't Know Me. Jax Jones previously gave a performance as part of the VIP Mahiki Party at the 2022 British Grand Prix. Girls Don't Sync, a group of female DJs, will perform before Jax Jones hits the stage.
Following qualification, Black Eyed Peas and Mae Muller performed
The main event on Saturday night will be Black Eyed Peas. The most recent Formula 1 race when the American band was the headlining act was the Singapore Grand Prix in 2022. After the Saturday track action is over, they'll play hits like Where Is The Love?, I Gotta Feeling, and Pump It.
Frontman of the Black Eyed Peas will.i.am released a brand-new song that was inspired by Formula 1. Over the course of the 2023 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend, the music video for the song was created.
On Saturday night at Silverstone, Mae Muller, the UK's entry for the 2023 Eurovision, will also sing.
Tom Grennan is the lead act for Formula One Sunday
Tom Grennan will close out the 2023 British Grand Prix on Sunday night on the main stage. Grennan, who is well-known for hits like "Little Bit of Love," "Lionheart," and his appearance on Calvin Harris' song "By Your Side,", previously gave a performance at the F1 Live event in London in 2017. He sang "All Goes Wrong," which was featured on the 2016 Sky Sports F1 end-of-season montage.
The Big Moon, a British indie rock band, will also take the stage following the Grand Prix on Sunday. A number of Formula 1 drivers are also anticipated to appear, as has become custom at the British Grand Prix.