Rolling Stones returned
to Hyde Park

Hyde Park atmosphere

 

  

On July 13 the Rolling Stones returned to Hyde Park 

in London, exactly one week after their first performance,

on July 6th. About 65,000 people attended this concert

thawas the third and final show in the U.K. on their

“50 and Counting” tour of 2013.

 

 The Hyde Park concerts sold out the same day each

concert went on sale. The Rolling Stones also performed at

the Glastonbury Festival on June 29 and it was sold out

months before the Stones were announced as performers.

 

AEG Live is the promoter of the Rolling Stones’ 2013 tour,

which is named “50 and Counting” in honor of the band’s

50th anniversary. Mick Taylor, who was the Rolling

Stones’ lead guitarist from 1969 to 1974, is a guest on all

of the tour dates.Taylor’s first live show with the Rolling

Stones was a free concert at Hyde Park on July 5, 1969.

The attendance at the show was an estimated 250,000 to

500,000 people. The show was filmed by Granada Television

and released on home video under the title “Stones in the Park”.

 

 

 

Rolling Stones performance 

 

 

Rolling Stones performance

 

 

Rolling Stones performance

 

 

Rolling Stones performance

 

 

 

 

 

 

source: rollingstones.com