Kaiser Chiefs Return To Hard Rock Calling

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Kaiser Chiefs Return To Hard Rock Calling

Kaiser Chiefs, James, Black Cards and Vintage Trouble have been added to the line up for Hard Rock Calling festival held in London's Hyde Park.

Celebrating its 40th birthday in true rock style Hard Rock Calling have confirmed infectious popsters Kaiser Chiefs and Manchester's James to play the festival held in London’s Hyde Park joining headliners The Killers on Friday 24th June. Black Cards and Vintage Trouble are also confirmed to perform, joining headliner Bon Jovi on Saturday 25th June for what promises to be an incredible weekend of live music.

Returning in fine form, pop-rockers the Kaiser Chiefs are ready to get the crowds at Hyde Park jumping to hits including I Predict A Riot, Everyday I Love You Less And Less, Oh My God and Ruby; as well as showcasing brand new material from their forthcoming album. The Leeds quintet amassed over three million sales worldwide enjoying international chart success and five UK Top Ten smash hit singles. 

Also joining the Friday 24 June line-up are Manchester’s own James. The nineties heroes return with their unforgettable hits Laid, Sit Down and Say Something plus many more.

Other additions to the 2011 line up include Pete Wentz’s new band Black Cards, who have been added to the Saturday 25th June Hard Rock Calling bill in their first appearance on the UK festival scene, as well as American soul-rockers Vintage Trouble, who gave an incredible performance earlier this year on Later With Jools Holland gaining the band critical-acclaim in the UK.

Published on 16 May 2011 by Wayne Feltham

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