Stereophonics joins Pearl Jam to headline British Summer Time Hyde Park

Stereophonics will join American rock band Pearl Jam for their second headlining night at the British Summer Time Hyde Park Festival.

Pearl Jam are performing at the London festival for two consecutive nights after their original 2020 show sold out in record time.

Welsh rockers Stereophonics formed in 1992 and have released 11 albums with seven number one singles. Some of their best known hits include Dakota, Maybe Tomorrow and Have A Nice Day. This year marks the group’s 25th anniversary and they will release their 12th album, Oochya, on March 4.

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On July 9, Pearl Jam and Stereophonics will be joined on the bill by Imelda May, The Last Internationale, La Luz, JJ Wilde and The Wild Things.

The festival returns for its eighth edition this summer after the 2020 and 2021 events were canceled due to the pandemic.

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Jan G. Gilbert