This event has finished Took place on: Friday, 5th Jul 2019
50 years ago, the Rolling Stones gave a concert in Hyde Park which turned into a memorial to founding member Brian Jones, an event which passed into legend. But back in 1968, when Peter Jenner, manager of Pink Floyd, wrote to the authorities asking for permission to hold a concert in Hyde Park, he received a negative reply which he described as ‘crusty’.
So how did it come to pass that a whole series of pop concerts was held in this Royal Park in 1968-69? Find out in this talk and document display with Contemporary Records Specialist Mark Dunton.
This event offers a rare chance to see fascinating original documents relating to The Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
Doors will open 15 mins before the advertised start time. The talk is expected to last 1 hour (including a Q&A), followed by a document display.
We run an exciting range of events and exhibitions on a wide variety of topics. For more details, visit nationalarchives.gov.uk/whatson.
Please note: Charges are now applicable in our visitor car park. For more information follow the link.
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Reserve tickets at this website2019-07-05 2019-07-05 Europe/London Culture clash? Pop in a royal park A talk about the efforts that went into a summer of music concerts in Hyde Park in 1969. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2019/07/05/culture-clash-pop-in-a-royal-park-204003 The National Archives,Bessant Drive,,London
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