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Long established as the best place to catch legendary artists alongside emerging talent, Hard Rock Calling is returning
bigger and better in 2013 with a stellar line-up featuring headliners Bruce Springsteen and Kasabian. This year's bash is
a double cause for celebration, as it officially opens London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as a concert venue after last
year's London 2012 festivities.
Kicking off on 29 June with Leicester lads Kasabian topping the Hard Rock Calling 2013 festival bill - their only festival
headlining appearance of 2013 - other artists confirmed to play include Paul Weller, Miles Kane, Kodaline, The Cribs, the
Klaxons and Tribes. Meanwhile, the second night on 30 June will see The Boss bring his Wrecking Ball tour to the event for
a second year in a row with The Black Crowes and Alabama Shakes supporting.
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Hard Rock Calling originally launched as Hyde Park Calling in 2006, reflecting its West London home at the time. It emerged
with a bang, boasting Pink Floyd's Roger Waters and The Who as its inaugural headliners. Popular among gig-goers keen to enjoy
the festival experience without the need to camp out in the countryside, it has returned every year since, with huge names
such as Eric Clapton, a reformed Police, Neil Young and The Killers all appearing within its first three years. Meanwhile,
more recent bills have featured Pearl Jam, Paul McCartney, Bon Jovi and Paul Simon, while 2012 saw the addition of the Rising
Stage in order to highlight new and emerging talent. With this summer's event promising to be the most popular yet, Hard Rock
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Fans buying Hard Rock Calling 2013 tickets may also wish to check availability for Wireless Festival - also taking place at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - and Bruce Springsteen, who is touring other venues across the UK this summer.