Bruce Springsteen is returning to Hard Rock Calling, the same London festival where he was cut off early when his show fell foul of a council curfew.
The event has since moved to a new location at the Olympic Park, and Springsteen’s headline set with the E Street Band will come a year after the widely criticised decision to pull the plug shortly before 11pm in Hyde Park.
At the time ‘The Boss’ was joined on stage by Sir Paul McCartney, but it is not yet known whether the Beatles star will also finish what he started this summer.
Springsteen will headline Hard Rock Calling on Sunday, June 30 as part of his Wrecking Ball Tour, with support in the form of The Black Crowes and Alabama Shakes.
Kasabian were announced as the other headline act for Hard Rock Calling. They will appear at the Olympic Park on Saturday, June 29 in a UK festival exclusive.
The Leicester rockers will be joined by Paul Weller, Miles Kane, Kodaline, The Cribs, Klaxons and Tribes.
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