News Hyde Park Concerts May Be At Risk
Residents around the area have apparently been complaining about the noise.
The London Evening Standard have reported that large scale shows set to take place at Hyde Park this summer may be at risk, due to complaints from local residents.
A number of residents have allegedly complained about the noise levels during shows that take place in the park during the summer.
Last year, 109 complaints were filed during the summer's events.
The likes of Rihanna, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen are all set to play at Hyde Park later this year, but plans from the Westminster council cut the number of shows from thirteen to six each summer could change that.
The plans will also see the audience capacities cut from 80,000 to 50,000 people.
A planning meeting will take place the 17th February to decide upon new restrictions.
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