HYDE PARK CALLING, JULY 1ST & 2ND, PROMISES TO BE THE MUSIC EVENT OF THE SUMMER
Roger Waters and The Who headline this weekend festival in the heart of London, with Razorlight, Texas and many more acts still to be announced.
Roger Waters will be performing Pink Floyd’s ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ in it’s entirety as part of his set for the only time in the UK this year and The Who, will play a full set in London’s Hyde Park for the first time in 10 years.
Hyde Park Calling will be a unique and historic musical event with a main stage, 2nd stage and many surprises in store for music and festival fans of all ages.
Saturday see Roger Waters headline and perform Pink Floyd’s legendary ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ album as part of his set. Released in March 1973, the ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ album is widely regarded by critics and fans alike as Pink Floyd’s masterpiece – the album spent a record 28 YEARS in the American album chart. This will be Waters’ only British performance of ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ during 2006. Expect an amazing light show and a truly unforgettable evening.
The Who will close on Sunday, a year to the day since they performed a dynamic set at Live 8 and almost 10 years to the day since they last appeared in Hyde Park. The band, who remain one of the most exciting live groups in the world even in their 4th decade at the top, are working on a new studio album which is due for release later in 2006 and would be the first new album for 23 years. The Who are an integral part of British rock history and this London show will be unmissable.