The Rolling Stones to play Hyde Park?

The Rolling Stones will play London's Hyde Park in the summer, according to a story in Rolling Stone. The band are believed to be readying themselves for an 18-date North American tour, which Rolling Stone - quoting a source close to the band - reveals will start on May 2. The story goes on to say that, according to their source, the Stones will play Hyde Park in July, with the possibility of further European festival dates.

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The Rolling Stones will play London’s Hyde Park in the summer, according to a story in Rolling Stone.

The band are believed to be readying themselves for an 18-date North American tour, which Rolling Stone – quoting a source close to the band – reveals will start on May 2.

The story goes on to say that, according to their source, the Stones will play Hyde Park in July, with the possibility of further European festival dates.

Rolling Stone goes on to report that the Stones have hired AEG Live as their promoter for the North American tour. According to the story, the Stones will receive between $4 and $5 million per show. The story also reveals that AEG will announce details of the tour in early April.

Kasabian’s Sergio Pizzorno recently let slip he believed the Stones were due to play Glastonbury this year.

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