It was 1069 when the Stones first played the Park – with Brian’s replacement Mick Taylor as his fist public gig. The show was free back then and so the ausdience counted way up high into the thousands, estimated later between 250,000–500,000 spectators.
That’s a story of it’s own and I’ld like to recommend a nice report on this to bridge the gap until showstart for you to read at andnowitsallthis.blogspot.com
Some time left until showstart (8:05 CET, curfew 10:30 CET) – I’ll update this page as the news fly in…
Hilarious! That guy’s got balls, hehehe …
5 telephone-boxes near Hyde Park – here’s their little part in Stones history:
Tomorrow, London’s Hyde Park will yet again see The Rolling Stones!
Good news first: the London weather forcast for Saturday tell of a partly cloudy but dry summer day with approximely 20° Celsius – very good conditions for a Rock’n’Roll show!
It’s their turf! The Rolling Stones, in their sixtieth year of playing live will play the Park tomorrow. History in the making. Yes, we are an incredible lucky bunch of fans to witness this outstanding occasion. Who else could tell of such an amzing achievement? Who would have thought it would come to something like this, 60 fucking years before? I’ll repeat it: this is crazy, unbelievable and incedibly awesome!
Oh, and the song vote yet again is off – seems that this feature has seen it’s last days. But we can be sure that we will see an especially appropriate set list when The Stones play their home town tomorrow!
Here is the general info for the venue from bst-hydepark.com as a startingpoint – there’s loads more.
Tomorrow night the Rolling Stones return to London’s Hyde Park for the first of two shows there on the SIXTY Tour! There are planned rail strikes tomorrow so please check info before you travel, find out more at https://t.co/zHAxcLmw4v