Black Sabbath play Hyde Park

2014-03-31 by Philip Whitehead | 10 Comments
More details for the 2014 British Summertime Festival have been announced.

Along with the July 6th show (headlined by McBusted, a supergroup featuring members of Busted and McFly) and July 12th show (headlined by Neil Young and Crazy Horse), a show
at the famous park is to be held on July 4th headlined by Black Sabbath, who will be joined on the main stage by grunge icons Soundgarden and special guests Faith No More as
well as Motorhead, Soulfly and Wolfmother, with other bands including Hell, Kobra and the Lotus,
Gallows and Rise To Remain performing across other stages.

Black Sabbath announced their appearance at the festival by burning their logo into the
grass at the park.

The full lineup so far can be seen here: http://www.bst-hydepark.com/music-12013-highlights/headline-acts-announced-1

Tagged: Black Sabbath

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BigPleb
March 31st 2014
46558 Comments


Going cos Sabbath and FNM.

anarchistfish
March 31st 2014
25128 Comments


the july 12th show has the national supporting

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SmersH
March 31st 2014
447 Comments


goddamn. i wish.

Thunderkat
March 31st 2014
579 Comments


Id rather see FNM

CrownOfMagnets
March 31st 2014
2334 Comments


"Id rather see FNM"

both bands are legendary ffs

trackbytrackreviews
March 31st 2014
2965 Comments


Seeing Ozzy trying to jump and getting tired shortly never gets old.

zaruyache
March 31st 2014
13397 Comments


Black Sabbath announced their appearance at the festival by burning their logo into the grass at the park.

For real? m/ m/ m/

DatsNotDaMetulz
April 1st 2014
2854 Comments


You can take into account the other dates but despite that, Soulfly still seem somewhat out of place on that bill.

Thunderkat
April 1st 2014
579 Comments


"both bands are legendary ffs"

Its not that I don't like Black Sabbath but I Prefer Dio over Ozzy

sputnik1
April 1st 2014
291 Comments


Hells yeah



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