Rolling Stones Plant Oak Trees In Hyde Park Ahead Of Gigs

In an effort to recreate the scene of the Rolling Stones' 1969 concert in Hyde Park, organizers are putting in model oak trees in the popular London venue.

An insider, speaking with the Sun, said that the park isn't quite as leafy as it was back in the 1960s:

"When Mick and the band looked out from the stage back in the Sixties all they could see was a sea of people and a load of trees, but many of those have been cleared or replanted since. So they want to recreate the woodland. The two oak trees either side of the stage are absolutely massive. They want it to look as authentic as possible."

The news source adds that the model oak trees are over 70 feet high with roughly 10,000 branches attached.

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