Stevie Wonder and Jack Johnson grace the bill for Calling Festival

20:59 27 June 2014

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Calling Festival - the re-branded Hard Rock Calling event - takes place in Clapham this weekend, and the line-up includes Stevie Wonder, Aerosmith, Paloma Faith and Jack Johnson.

Stevie Wonder is headlining the Calling FestivalStevie Wonder is headlining the Calling Festival

The event runs for two days (28-29 June) on Clapham Common, with classic rockers Aerosmith headlining on Saturday and legendary crooner Stevie Wonder on Sunday.

Other acts appearing on Saturday include UK rock legends Thunder, blues rock guitar virtuoso Joe Bonamassa and former Bon Jovi axeman Richie Sambora.

Meanwhile Sunday sees Mercury-nominated singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka, Hackney’s eccentric glamour girl Paloma Faith and Hawaiian strummer Jack Johnson.

UK up and coming rockers Heaven’s Basement, Tax The Heat and Lonely The Brave also form part on the lineup.

AerosmithAerosmith

Other acts include Radkey, Heavens Basement, The Jezabels, No Hot Ashes, Tax The Heat, Chantal Claret, 3 Dudes, and Toseland.

For the full line up see www.callingfestival.co.uk/line-up/all.

Tickets for the event are priced at £69, but to get two tickets for the price of one tomorrow, see: www.ticketmaster.co.uk/event/35004C4DEA8EB199?did=dlcalloff.

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