Morgan Wallen To Play Headlining Show At Hyde Park In London This July

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Matt Paskert

Headed back across the pond.

Morgan Wallen just announced a headlining show in London at Hyde Park, which is the largest of the parks and green spaces that form a chain from Kensington Palace through Kensington Gardens. Artists like Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, The Rolling Stones, Pearl Jam and more have all headlining shows there, so needless to say, it will be a huge moment for the Tennessee native in his career.

The park holds roughly 65,000 people, and after Morgan performed in London for the first time last December, he felt the overwheleing love from fans in the UK, saying their energy at the O2 arena carried “such immense force that it could not be contained by the colossal venue.”

The Hyde Park show will take place on July 4, 2024, and Morgan says it’s a “huge honor” to get to  play at a place where so many legendary artists have before him:

“Last fall was my first time in the U.K. and man, I loved it. I saw so much while I was there, and the people were incredible.

To play where legendary artists like Pink Floyd and The Rolling Stones have played is a huge honor for me and my band, and we can’t wait to be back.”

Opening acts and support are still to be announced, and tickets go on sale Wednesday, March 13th, and I have a feeling they won’t last long:

Morgan also just recently released his seven-song project Abbey Road Sessions, which was recorded in London in Studio Two of the iconic Abbey Road Studios and included a new tune called “Lies, Lies, Lies”:

“Thinkin’ Bout Me”

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