Rolling Stones add extra date to Hyde Park for Saturday 13 July

AEG and The Royal Parks have today announced that The Rolling Stones will be giving UK fans ‘One More Shot’ to see them live in concert this summer, with the news that Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood are to play a second London Hyde Park concert on Saturday 13 July as part of Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park.

The Rolling Stones’ first Hyde Park show on Saturday 6 July sold out within minutes of going on sale last week. Both concerts are part of the band’s “50 and Counting” tour – for dates and information go to

http://www.rollingstones.com/.

Tickets for the Stones in Hyde Park on 13 July go on sale 9am Friday 12 April from http://www.bst-hydepark.com/.

Barclaycard Unwind customers will be able to purchase tickets from www.barclaycardunwind.com from 9am Wednesday 10 April.

Support for the 13 July concert comes from Jake Bugg, Tom Odell and The 1975.

Each live music-packed weekend will be linked by a midweek programme of diverse entertainment, accessible for all to enjoy. From Monday to Thursday, the entire Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park site, save for the main stage, will give visitors the chance to get involved with smaller, more intimate events offering film, music, literature, sport and a specific family day.

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