The Rolling Stones ‘headlining new Knebworth Festival in 2018′ hoping for repeat of legendary 1976 gigThe hallowed site in Hertfordshire is famous for Oasis selling out two nights back in the 1990s leading to Robbie Williams becoming determined to eclipse that by performing replica bags three14:41, 13 SEP 2017(Image: Redferns) Get celebs updates directly to your inbox SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe Rolling Stones are strongly rumoured to be headlining Knebworth next year in a repeat of their legendary 1976 gig.Although plans are being kept a closely guarded secret, promoters AEG Presents are understood to be working behind the scenes on a huge new festival at the famous 125,000 capacity music venue in 2018 and they want the veteran rockers to headline.The hallowed site of Knebworth Park in Hertfordshire is famous for Oasis selling out two nights back in the 1990s leading to Robbie Williams becoming determined to eclipse that by performing three shows to crowds of more than 375,000.Gigs haven’t taken part at the site for a number of years not least because few acts have the power to pull 125,000 people every night.The idea for the rock legends to headline is said to have come about when the band first announced their current European ‘No Filter’ Tour which started on Saturday would feature NO dates in the UK this year as they couldn’t find a venue of the right size.Rolling Stones say they will never stop as they kick off European tourThe Stones said on Twitter at the time: “Sorry to our UK fans there are no UK dates on this run, due to lack of available venues because of sporting fixtures.”Hope to be here in 2018.”Music industry magazine Music Week now reports that AEG Presents is planning to launch a huge new festival at Knebworth Park next summer and the Stones “are rumoured to be in the frame to headline”.A source close to the band confirmed to the Mirror that the idea had unquestionably been mooted.”People are always coming up with ideas and figures and how it could work the truth is no decision will be made until after Christmas when everyone is back from holiday,” they said.(Image: Daily Mirror)Before taking to the stage in Hamburg on Saturday night, Mick Jagger, 74, Keith Richards, 73, Ronnie Wood, 70, and Charlie Watts, 76, told the Mirror that they were nowhere near ready to stop rocking after more than 50 years in the business.The Mirror’s Tom Bryant exclusively reported how Keith said: “We haven’t finished yet.”It’s still too early for me to talk about the Stones’ legacy.

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