Carole King has been announced as the headline act at Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park on Friday July 3. The concert will be her first UK concert in almost 30 years.
In what should be a must-see set, the 74-year-old singer will be performing her legendary album Tapestry in full alongside special guest Don Henley.
The last time Carole took to the stage in the UK was during her Streets tour at Kensington's Royal Albert Hall in 1989.
Carole announced that she was making her long-awaited return through her official Twitter account on Tuesday.
Speaking about the decision to sign up, Carole explained that London is one of her favourite cities.
She told BBC 6 Music: "I can't wait to perform Tapestry from beginning to end for the first time ... in the heart of one of my favourite cities.
"It actually wasn't my idea to play the album in full, but no one has ever thought to ask [before] and I loved the idea."
Tapestry is one of the biggest-selling albums of all time having sold over 25 million copies worldwide.
It contains such hits as It's Too Late, Will You Love Me Tomorrow? and You've Got A Friend.
Carole is considered one of the greatest songwriters in history, with modern pop stars such as Sam Smith and James Bay citing her as a major influence on their careers.
As well as playing Tapestry, Carole will also play a greatest hits set and is asking fans to submit other requests on social media.
She said: "I'll be adding other songs because it would be a very short set if I only did Tapestry.
"I might actually even have it on my social networks where people can offer up their favourites and see if we can get a consensus and help me figure out which songs to add."
The other confirmed headliners for this year's Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park are Florence + the Machine, Mumford & Sons, Take That and Massive Attack.
Tickets cost £59.50 for a general admission day ticket and are available online.
For more information or to book your tickets, head to the British Summer Time website.