Carole King to perform Tapestry in full at British Summer Time 2016
Carole King is to perform her iconic 1971 album Tapestry in full at this summer's British Summer Time series of shows.
The singer-songwriter, who will be playing her first UK show since 1989, will headline London's Hyde Park on July 3rd this summer. She will be supported by The Eagles' Don Henley and Louise Goffin.
Carole King joins Florence & The Machine, Massive Attack, Take That and Mumford & Sons in headlining this summer's British Summer Time. Massive Attack, with support from Warpaint, Patti Smith, TV on the Radio and more, kick things off on July 1st, before Florence, with support from Kendrick Lamar, Jamie xx and Cat Power, headlines on July 2nd.
Mumford & Sons top the bill on July 8th, with support from Wolf Alice and Alabama Shakes, while Take That, with support from Olly Murs, Ella Eyre and others, headline on July 9th.
To check out Tapestry, which include megahits like 'It's Too Late', 'I Feel The Earth Move' and 'You've Got A Friend', click on the icon on the right-hand side of the page.
Tickets for Carole King's Hyde Park show will go onsale on Friday (March 11th) at 9am.