The star is scheduled to play at the HFstival in Washington - and if you're going we want your views on his performance...
Eminem is due to make a rare live appearance at WASHINGTON’s RFK STADIUM tomorrow (May 26), the first day of the annual HFStival.
The hip-hop king is mooted to be performing three songs at the event, though it is unclear if they will be lifted from forthcoming new album ‘The Eminem Show’. He will be joined on Saturday’s leg of the event by Strokes, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Vines, N*E*R*D and Sum 41
amongst others. On Sunday, Papa Roach and POD are amongst the acts to perform.
The HFStival is an annual event sponsored by local Washington radio station 99.1WHFS. It attracts upwards of 65,000 fans every year.
And NME.COM wants to hear from you. If you are going, let us know what you think of Eminem, what he plays, what he says, if he is still the most watchable live star around. And have Strokes benefited from time away to recharge their batteries? Let us know.
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