Black Sabbath to headline Hyde Park festival
Whatever kind of music you're into, there's always a gig or concert going on in London that's sure to satisfy your taste, and fans of heavy metal and classic rock will be thrilled to hear that legendary band Black Sabbath are due to play in the capital later this year.
Led by iconic frontman Ozzy Osbourne, the group are considered to be one of the pioneers of metal, having formed way back in 1968 when the genre was more or less unheard of.
Since then, they've sold millions of records across the world and have become infamous for their outrageous and at times controversial stage shows.
With three of the original members still going strong, their performances remain as lively and entertaining as ever, so if you like the idea of seeing one of British music's most legendary bands play live then you may want to get yourself to London this summer.
The show will be staged on July 4th in Hyde Park, just a stone's throw from the the Montcalm Hotel, as part of the British Summer Time festival, sponsored by Barclaycard.
Over recent years, Hyde Park has become known for its incredible summer concerts, with many of the biggest acts in the world having played here. For example, last summer the Rolling Stones performed in the park, while other groups and artists to have held concerts here include the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Arcade Fire, the Kings of Leon and many others.
Pre-sale tickets have gone on sale from this morning (April 2nd), so if you fancy being there to see Ozzy and co rock out in the sunshine then you may want to act now to avoid disappointment.
Of course, if you'd rather just chill out and relax then Hyde Park is also an excellent spot for escaping the hustle and bustle of the city - at least, it is when the Prince of Darkness isn't performing there.