Paul McCartney to stream Hard Rock Calling festival performance online

The former Beatle's set will be broadcast via YouTube on Sunday (June 27)

Paul McCartney‘s performance at this weekend’s Hard Rock Calling festival on Sunday (June 27) is to be streamed live via YouTube.

Teaming up with the Born HIV Free campaign, the former Beatle‘s show in London‘s Hyde Park will be broadcast for free online.

Beginning around 8.30pm (GMT), the show can also be viewed on the charity’s YouTube channel for up to a month after the performance.


“I want to thank Paul McCartney for donating this performance for the Born HIV Free campaign,” Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, the charity’s Global Fund Ambassador, said in a statement. “Through this live stream, we share our common belief in a world where all children can be born free from HIV”.

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