Morgan Wallen Announces Hyde Park Concert in London

Morgan Wallen is heading overseas. The country music superstar just announced a headlining concert at the 65,000-seat Hyde Park in London, England, taking place on July 4.

“Last fall was my first time in the UK and man, I loved it,” Wallen says. “I saw so much while I was there, and the people were incredible.”

“To play where legendary artists like Pink Floyd and The Rolling Stones have played is a huge honor for me and my band, and we can’t wait to be back,” he adds.

Wallen undoubtedly has a special affinity to the United Kingdom. The 30-year-old just released a surprise seven-song EP, Abbey Road Sessions, recorded at Studio Two in London’s Abbey Road Sessions.

“Playing the O2 in London last fall and getting to record at Abbey Road, where so much iconic music has been made, was legendary for me and my band. We will never forget it,” Wallen said when announcing the new project. “I’m so excited to release these Abbey Road Sessions for my fans on the one-year anniversary of One Thing At A Time. They make all this possible.”

Wallen is continuing his One Night At A Time World Tour into 2024, playing back-to-back nights at stadiums across the country, and three back-to-back shows at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium. Not many artists can sell out stadiums, especially two nights in a row, but not many artists have achieved Wallen’s level of success. Grateful for all he is accomplished, the Tennessee native admits it comes with a price, and a hefty one.

“Everything has gotten so, so huge,” Wallen tells  Billboard. “I don’t really go to the grocery store. I have to go through back doors to go to the doctor and all that kind of stuff. I still try to hold on to as much [normalcy] as possible. I like driving, so I try to drive as much as I can by myself.”

Tickets for Wallen’s Hyde Park show will be available on March 13, at 10:00 AM GMT at the Hyde Park website. Wallen’s opening acts for the concert will be announced at a later date. Find all of Wallen’s music and upcoming shows at

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