Pink Floyd's Roger Waters will play 'The Dark Side Of The Moon' in its entirity, arguably the highlight of a new two-day festival in London called Hyde Park Calling, which will also feature The Who and Razorlight.
Hyde Park Calling is a two-day, non-camping festival which will take place in London’s Hyde Park on Saturday and Sunday, 1-2 July.
With performances from legendary stars old and new, it’s being organised by the same people as the Wireless Festival and will have a similar format in the way its organised.
As part of his set on the Saturday, Roger Waters will perform Pink Floyd‘s legendary 1973 album ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ in it’s entirety and The Who will be playing a full live set for the first time in 10 years.
Razorlight have been announced as support for The Who on Sunday’s bill and Texas will play on the Saturday with more bands expected to be confirmed for both days in the coming weeks.
Both day tickets and weekend tickets will be available priced £42.50 per day or £80 for the whole weekend. Gates will open at 3pm each day.
Tickets will go on sale at 9am on Friday, 10 March and will be available here.