Rod Stewart To Play Hard Rock Calling
He'll headline Sunday 26 June bash
The rock n roll legend will top the final night of the 24-26 June festival at Hyde Park in London. It's Stewart's first appearance at the festival, which is entering its sixth year.
"Sounds like a perfect night - the people, the place - and I intend to do my part to bring a whole lot of music and more than a few suprises to Hard Rock Calling," says Stewart.
"Rod Stewart is one of the world’s greatest showmen – a timeless entertainer who has delighted fans around the world for years," said Hamish Dodds, president and CEO, Hard Rock International. "We are thrilled to add him as a Hard Rock Calling headliner and to include him in our 40th anniversary celebration."
Live Nation’s Vice President of Promotions, Toby Leighton-Pope commented: "We’re excited to confirm Rod Stewart for the Sunday headline slot at Hard Rock Calling, as his shows really get the audience rocking and it’s going to be a real treat for fans on 26 June. It will be spectacular."
Tickets for Rod Stewart are on sale at 9am on Friday.
More from Rock News
Robert Plant To End Career With New Album?
The former Led Zeppelin frontman drops a bombshell
Neil Young To Divorce Wife of 36 Years
Rolling Stone publishes court papers showing Young filed for dissolution of marriage
Iron Maiden Announce Classic 80s Vinyl Reissues
There will also be a strictly limited one-off run of the 7" singles
Foo Fighters Premiere Star-Studded Trailer
'Sonic Highways' features Barack Obama, Paul Stanley, Billy Gibbons and more
Def Leppard To Play Wembley Stadium
They play a pre-game show for the NFL International Series
Hawkwind Join Forces With Brian Blessed
Listen to the reworking of their 1981 classic 'Sonic Attack'