A 12 day concert has been planned to mark the 2012 London Olympics, which may feature a reformed Spice Girls. The biggest music event will reportedly also feature huge acts such as Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones and Madonna.
Organizers of the concert are also hoping for Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder, Pink Floyd, Take That and Simon and Garfunkel to perform as well.
According to The People, a source said: “Everything is being done to make sure this will be the biggest music extravaganza ever. It is going to be huge. Hope is that the organizers can persuade some of the most successful and popular music acts ever to perform.”
The concerts will be held at Hyde Park and Victoria Park. Over a million tickets will be sold for the event, which is scheduled to start on July 28, a day after the Olympic opening ceremony. The concert will run through till the end of the Olympic event on August 12.
Organizers are hoping to secure Led Zepplin and the Spice girls reformed, according to one source.
“Led Zepplin are at the top of the list. If they will re-form then it will be a massive coup for London and the Olympics,” the source said.