Rolling Stones add second Hyde Park concert
Announcement follows tickets for earlier show selling out in matter of minutes
The Rolling Stones will play a second gig at London's Hyde Park a week after their recently announced show that sold out in a matter of minutes.
The ageing rockers will play the capital on July 13, seven days after they return to play the outdoor venue 44 years on from their famed free concert in 1969.
Support on the second date will come from young singer-songwriter Jake Bugg, Brit Award-winner Tom Odell and indie-pop band The 1975.
Tickets for the show - which is part of the Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time Hyde Park series - go on sale on Friday at 9am, with Barclaycard Unwind customers able to buy from Wednesday.
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