This is the news that all teenage goths have been watchful for.
Dig out the eyeliner and get prepared to dance, since The Cure are attack Hyde Park.
The mythological 80s rope have been announced as headliners for British Summer Time Hyde Park next July.
The Cure applaud their 40th anniversary in 2018, and they will be headlining an implausible unison on 7 July, 2018 to symbol the outrageous milestone.
Expect classics including Lovesong, Friday I’m In Love, Just Like Heaven, Boys Don’t Cry and The Lovecats to ring out over London as Robert Smith and co take to the stage.
James King, Senior Vice President of AEG Presents, pronounced of the booking: ‘The Cure personification at Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park will be an implausible day where The Cure join the list of other global legends who have played the Great Oak Stage.
‘On Jul 7th we applaud the 40th anniversary of a truly iconic British rope and it’s an honour that they have selected to share this enchanting knowledge with us in Hyde Park.’
And the support acts on the day could be as considerable as the headliner.
Alt-rock legends Interpol, the extraordinary Goldfrapp, Editors, Slowdive, Ride and The Twilight Sad turn of the check on what will be an unmissable day for indie fans.
British Summer Time is already moulding up to be the eventuality of summer 2018.
On 6 July, Roger Waters will title the Barclaycard event, while Eric Clapton will take to the theatre on 8 July.
13 Jul will see Michael Buble interesting the crowd, as Bruno Mars headlines the following night.
This is the sixth year for British Summer Time, which has welcomed headliners including Taylor Swift, The Strokes and Stevie Wonder over the years.
Tickets for The Cure go on sale on 15 Dec at 9am, while BST presale opens up at 9am on 14 December. Tickets start at £62.95.