The soul singer will join the classic rockers in headlining the bill at the Clapham festival.
Stevie Wonder has become the second headliner to be announced for this year's London's Calling Festival, which will take place on London's Clapham Common in June. Wonder, who has hinted that he'll be releasing two new albums this year, will join previously announced headliners Aerosmith at the British park bash.
Stevie Wonder Is To Headline London's Calling Festival In Clapham This Summer.
The festival, a new version of Hard Rock Calling, will take place over Saturday 28th June and Sunday 29th June. Aerosmith will headline the first evening whilst Wonder will close the festival on the Sunday night.
Live Nation's Vice President of Promotions, Toby Leighton-Pope said of the festival's latest confirmed act: "We're thrilled to welcome Stevie Wonder to Calling Festival. His music is timeless and this show will be one of the highlights of the summer! Richie Sambora joins the Saturday bill which is looking fantastic, it's going to be an unforgettable event."
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Thunder, Walking Papers and Joe Bonamassa have also been confirmed to appear and 20 more acts will be announced in coming months. Aerosmith's live performance will be the first time they've played in London for four years. They'll also be headlining Download Festival a fortnight prior to their capitol concert.
Aerosmith Will Be Joining Stevie Wonder At London's Calling Festival This Year.
Guitarist Joe Perry spoke with enthusiasm for the show in a statement: "Speaking for myself I've been so involved writing my autobiography I did not realise how long it had been since we have played across the big pond. Its been far too long since we have performed in the UK. We can¹t wait to bring back some of the classics as well as some of the new songs from 'Music from Another Dimension'. We miss our UK fans. See you soon," via NME.