Hard Rock Calling have announced that musical legend Stevie Wonder will headline on the Saturday at this year's Hyde Park festival, marking his 60th birthday.
With 50,000 fans set to sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to the man himself in celebration of his remarkable career, it promises to be a particular highlight of the weekend.
As well as this, it has been revealed that Jamiroquai, James Morrison and Corrine Bailey Rae will also be performing on the Saturday.
Corrine Bailey Rae, who will be making a much anticipated return this summer after a two year hiatus, said, “I’m so excited to be playing with Stevie! I have been lucky enough to watch him play from the side of the stage before and it was amazing. His songs and his voice are so beautiful, it's a real honour to be chosen to support him.”
Hard Rock Calling 2010 takes place at Hyde Park, London from 25-27 June.
It has already been confirmed that Pearl Jam will headline the Friday with Paul McCartney bringing the festival to a close on the Sunday.
Click here for the full Hard Rock Calling 2010 line up.
Tickets for the Stevie Wonder day, costing £50, go on general sale this Friday (26 March), although fans can register on the Hard Rock Calling website for presale tickets, which will be available from Thursday at 9am.
Tickets for the Paul McCartney day are available now for £62.50, as are Pearl Jam tickets, which cost £47.50.
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