Bon Jovi wowed the crowd with a scintillating set at London's Hyde Park last night (05.07.13).

The US rockers put in a pulsating performance of their greatest hits at Barclaycard's British Summer Time gig, where they played an array of hits including 'It's My Life' and 'You Give Love a Bad Name'.

Frontman Jon Bon Jovi was in fine form as he kept the crowd entertained with an energetic show, and joked three hours wouldn't be enough for the group to fit in all their top tunes.

He said: ''Hyde Park - man it's good to be here. I ain't going to waste a lot of time talking. I've got three hours before the cops come and pull the plug!''

The band got their sundrenched fans up for the occasion with a rendition of 'Raise Your Hands' and 'Bad Medicine', before treating the crowd to a mini stripped back version of their huge hit 'Livin' on a Prayer'.

The group - who were supported by Bush and Kaiser Chiefs - then played the song in full, much to the delight of everyone at the iconic venue.

Bon Jovi drew proceedings to a close with hits including 'Always' and thanked their fans for their support.

He told the crowd: ''Thank you for this dream that I keep l living. If you've got one of those cell phones with a camera on, put it up. When you go back to work you can say, 'I just jammed with Bon Jovi.' ''