MICK Jagger and The Rolling Stones put on a dazzling display as they took to the stage at American Express present BST Hyde Park in London on Sunday.

Rocking out to an adoring audience which included their friends and families, the music icons looked incredible in colourful ensembles.

Frontman Mick looked trendy as ever in a floral embroidered jacket as he danced across the huge stage.

He donned a shimmery button up underneath, teamed with a flashy silver belt for the show.

The singer was snapped indulging the fans with enthusiastic poses and dance moves.

Guitarist Keith Richards donned a red and black headband as he performed in a denim jacket, accessorising his look with a black and white striped scarf. 


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Ronnie Wood, meanwhile, appeared in high spirits as he enjoyed a striped zip-up jacket worn over a golden button-up.

Steve Jordan – who is touring with the band following the death of long-standing drummer Charlie Watts -chose a bright orange turtleneck. 

Elsewhere, a glam Claudia Winkleman was spotted enjoying the festival as she donned her signature black eyeliner and chunky fringe. 

The TV presenter sported a black slouchy knitted jumper and skinny jeans, thrown over a striped long-sleeve.

She teamed the grungy outfit with Doc Marten boots, keeping the rest of her make-up look simple with dewy tanned skin and baby pink lipstick. 

Much like The Rolling Stones, Adele also took to Hyde Park over the weekend – performing her first public concert in five years.

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Arriving on stage in a black gown, she was visibly emotional as fans screamed back the opening lyrics to Hello.

In a break, London-born Adele, said: "Hello, I'm so happy to be here and guys, I'm back at home, also where I know.

"The amount of times I have been up there drunk off of my face, singing along to other artists at these shows."

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