Hyde Park Calling is a two-day, non-camping festival taking place in London’s Hyde Park with performances from legendary stars old and new, aimed at a slightly older market than your average festival.
It is only the second year Hyde Park Calling has taken place. The event was launched in 2006 with two epic headline shows by The Who and former Pink Floyd bassist, Roger Waters, who played ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ in its entirty. His set was regarded by many as one of the highlights of last year’s festival season.
Gates open at 3pm both days with the music continuing until about 10.30pm.