- 01 Mar 22
Pixies, Stereophonics, Cat Power, White Reaper, The Last Internationale, The Glorious Sons, Simon Townshend, La Luz, Sick Joy, Dream Nails, JJ Wilde and The Wild Things are also set to play across the two days.
The Murder Capital will feature on the Friday, July 8, while Imelda May is lined up to perform on the Saturday, July 9.
Although Pearl Jam are set to headline both evenings, they'll be joined by a different line-up each day.
Friday will also feature Pixies, Cat Power, White Reaper, The Glorious Sons, Simon Townshend, La Luz, Sick Joy and Dream Nails.
Saturday, meanwhile, will see performances from Stereophonics, The Last Internationale, La Luz, JJ Wilde, and The Wild Things.
More acts are expected to be announced in the coming months.
Hyde Park is set to play host to a some of the biggest names in international music this summer – with Elton John (June 24), Eagles (June 26), Adele (July 1 & 2), and Duran Duran (July 10) also scheduled to headline.
Tickets for Pearl Jam's shows at Hyde Park, London are available here.
The Murder Capital, who released their debut album, When I Have Fears, in 2019, have a busy summer ahead of them, with performances in festivals across Europe and the UK.
Imelda May, meanwhile, sets off on a tour of the UK in April, before returning to Ireland in May for gigs in Waterfront Hall, Belfast (1); Millennium Forum, Derry (2); TLT, Drogheda (3); Leisureland, Galway (5); University Concert Hall, Limerick (6); INEC, Killarney (7); Cork Opera Opera House (9 & 10); National Opera House, Wexford (11); and Vicar Street, Dublin (13, 14 & 15).