Hard Rock Calling 2013 festival stage times announced

Hard Rock Calling 2013 line-up poster

Hard Rock Calling 2013 line-up poster


STAGE times for the 2013 Hard Rock Calling Festival headlined by Kasabian and Bruce Springsteen have been confirmed.

Kasabian will be playing this year's Hard Rock Calling at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London [Picture: Dean Chalkley]Kasabian will be playing this year's Hard Rock Calling at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London [Picture: Dean Chalkley]

Hard Rock Calling takes place on Saturday, June 29 and Sunday, June 30 at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London – scene of the 2012 Olympics.

The likes of Kasabian, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Paul Weller, Black Crowes, Miles Kane, Alabama Shakes and Klaxons will take the stage for one incredible weekend of rock.

Indie-rock favourites Kasabian will headline on the opening night from 8.55pm after Paul Weller’s hour set from 7.10pm.

Born in the USA rocker Springsteen, known as The Boss, will take to the main stage on Sunday from 7.10pm for another explosive set following his appearance at Wembley Stadium earlier this month.

Bruce Springsteen will be playing this year's Hard Rock Calling at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in LondonBruce Springsteen will be playing this year's Hard Rock Calling at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London

The full stage times and line-ups for the festival are:

* Saturday, June 29

* Main Stage

Kasabian 20:55-22:50

Paul Weller 19:10-20:10

Miles Kane 17:55-18:40

Twin Atlantic 16:45-17:25

Kodaline 15:35-16:15

Lower Than Atlantis 14:35-15:10

The Weeks 13:40-14:10.

* Sunday, June 30

* Main Stage

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 19:10-22:50

The Black Crowes 17:30-18:30

Alabama Shakes 16:10-17:00

Zac Brown Band 14:55-15:40

Deaf Havana 13:55-14:30

The Carnabys 13:00-13:30.

* Pepsi Max Stage

* Saturday, June 29

The Cribs 20:00-20:55

Klaxons 18:50-19:35

Tribes 17:55-18:30

The View 17:00-17:35

The Twang 16:10-16:40

Twin Forks 15:20-15:50

Dark Horses 14:30-15:00

NO [Los Angeles] 13:45-14:10

Vuvuvultures 13:00-13:25.

* Sunday, June 30

Passenger 18:25-19:10

Lissie 17:20-18:00

Lawson 16:25-17:00

The Flamin’ Groovies 15:30-16:05

Mayer Hawthorne 14:40-15:10

The Temperance Movement 13:50-14:20

Lonely the Brave 13:00-13:30.

* Hard Rock Rising Stage

* Saturday, June 29

Gaz Coombes 20:15-20:55

China Rats 19:20-19:50

Syd Arthur 18:30-19:00

My Preserver 17:40-18:10

Eliza And The Bear 16:50-17:20

Steve Cradock 16:00-16:30

Jack Savoretti 15:10-15:40

Yellowire 13:00-13:20.

* Sunday, June 30

Negramaro 18:40-19:10

Syd Arthur 17:45-18:15

Josh Doyle 16:55-17:25

Cody ChesnuTT 16:05-16:35

Josh Record 15:15-15:45

Bruno Major 14:25-14:55

Crowns 13:00-13:25.

* Bandstand

* Saturday, June 29

Jack Williams

Vox Empire

The Cadbury Sisters.

* Sunday, June 30

Hunter & The Bear

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