In Photos: The Cure Celebrate 40 Years of Melancholia at London’s Hyde Park (7/7)

Also featuring special guests Interpol, Slowdive, Goldfrapp, Editors, and many more

Robert Smith of The Cure at Hyde Park
The Cure, photo by Debi Del Grande

    To celebrate 40 years of making the world melancholy, The Cure headlined an enviable lineup at London’s Hyde Park on Saturday evening. As part of Barclaycard’s British Summer Time series, the day-long fiesta was sold as the band’s only European date, despite the fact that frontman Robert Smith literally threw his own party weeks prior with Meltdown Festival, where they were billed as Cureation 25. Nice loophole, huh?

    Nevertheless, The Cure’s Hyde Park soiree was similarly an Event to Remember and also saw performances by Interpol, Goldfrapp, Editors, Slowdive, Pale Waves, Ride, The Twilight Sad, This Will Destroy YouKaelan MiklaKathryn Joseph, and PG Lost. Photographer Debi Del Grande was on the scene to capture the whole event, and you can see her photos in her exhaustive gallery below followed by The Cure’s setlist.

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    Pictures of You
    A Night Like This
    The Walk
    The End of the World
    In Between Days
    Just Like Heaven
    If Only Tonight We Could Sleep
    Play for Today
    A Forest
    Shake Dog Shake
    Fascination Street
    Never Enough
    From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea

    The Caterpillar
    Friday I’m in Love
    Close to Me
    Why Can’t I Be You?
    Boys Don’t Cry
    Jumping Someone Else’s Train (First time since 2011)
    Grinding Halt (First time since 2011)
    10:15 Saturday Night
    Killing an Arab

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