Bruce Springsteen and Kasabian announced For Hard Rock Calling 2013
05 Mar 2013
Bruce Springsteen and Kasabian announced For Hard Rock Calling 2013
Bruce Springsteen and Kasabian have been announced today as the headline acts for this year’s Hard Rock Calling Festival at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London. Hard Rock Calling tickets go on sale later this week.

The 2-day event sees Kasabian top the bill on Saturday, 29th June with Paul Weller, Miles Kane, The Cribs and many more also on the Saturday lineup. The following day sees the return of Bruce Springsteen to Hard Rock Calling. The Boss will headline the last day of the event on Sunday that also includes The Black Crowes and Alabama Shakes and more acts to be announced shortly.

Taking the stage on Sunday, 30th June 2013, many fans will recall Springsteen’s previous appearances at Hard Rock Calling and this year should be an equally emotional and adrenalin-charged performance.

Hard Rock Calling Lineup 2013
Saturday, 29th June
Kasabian
Paul Weller
Miles Kane
The Cribs
Klaxons
Kodaline
Tribes

Sunday, 30th June
Bruce Springsteen & The E-Street Band
The Black Crowes
Alabama Shakes

Despite a blistering set, last year’s performance made all the wrong headlines after the authorities cut off Bruce Springsteen’s set while The Boss was duet-ing on his last song, a cover of The Beatles’ twist & Shout with Sir Paul McCartney.

Now moved to a new venue, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London, Springsteen and Hard Rock Calling have made up and the organisers have invited Bruce Springsteen back for what is bound to be another unforgettable evening – but this time for all the right reasons!

Springsteen’s Hard Rock Calling appearance will be the glorious final to his 2013 UK live stint. The Rock legend kicks off his tour at London Wembley Arena, before rocking to sell out audiences in Glasgow, Coventry, Cork, Kilkenny, Belfast, Cardiff and Leeds.

Here’s some classic Bruce Springsteen at Hard Rock Calling while we wait for 2013 Hard Rock Calling tickets with Bruce Springsteen go on sale later this week.