Jamiroquai to perform in London on 26 June

Added on Tuesday 23 March 2010, 12:36 (UTC)

Jamiroquai are back in London!  According to the Hard Rock Calling 2010 website, on Saturday 26 June the band will be performing in Hyde Park in London alongside another artist by the name of Stevie Wonder!

More information and ticket details can be found at the Hard Rock Calling website.


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Jamiroquai, James Morrison, Corinne Bailey Rae and Stevie Wonder...all in one day!! This is gonna be special!!

And Paul McCartney! Quality all round.

One day in sunny June.

Woo! Jamiroquai back where they belong!

What a line up! I might have to hop a plane to catch that show. Excellent news!!

I can´t beliveeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
The Master and JAMIROQUAI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I hope this new are true for take my fly to London and tickets.

My uni mates were thinking of heading 2 london that weekend to celebrate our course finishing and this is the perfect excuse!!! Cant wait i am definately trying 2 be there!

Ha ha! on my birthday week off work! winner!


I'm going, just booked tickets! I hope the train down doesn't cost me the earth.... it's worth it anyway, 2 of the best live performers of all time = a great day.

Woooooooo!!!!! I have my tickets, It's gonna be the best gig ever, I'm so excited, just imagine the possibility of Jay singing with Stevie, wouldn't it be awesome if he sang "sunny".

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLAY AT GLASTONBURY would MAKE the festival perrrfect... the fields need you!!! xxx

I have sold my soul to buy a VIP ticket - just so I can be close to you - Jay Kay - if you ever read this - please sing for me that night "Corner of the Earth" - it will just be the highlight of a strange but wonderful year for me. xx

Ticket, train and hotel booked !

It will be a momentuous occasion - no less :-)

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