The new wave icons were set to appear at the 2020 edition of the event, but were forced to put their plans on hold as the pandemic tore through festival season.
The BST slot is set to be Duran Duran’s first London show in six years, and will be their only gig in the capital throughout 2021.
Duran Duran frontman Simon Le Bon said: “After the year that everyone's been through, we're aiming to make next summer into the kind of party we all deserve.”
The performance will come after two headline shows by Pearl Jam, who will be supported by Pixies and Idles on July 9 and 10 respectively.
BST Hyde Park is gearing up to be one of London’s most prominent post-pandemic festivals. Organisers are yet to announce whether the event will be subject to any limited capacities, social distancing, or other Covid-secure measures.
How to get tickets for Duran Duran at BST Hyde Park 2021
Anyone who bought tickets to see Duran Duran at BST Hyde Park in 2020 will be given the opportunity to repurchase their tickets 48 hours before the general sale commences on Friday December 4.
General sale tickets will be priced from £65 plus booking fee. Visit bst-hydepark.com for more information.