The Rolling Stones Play Hyde Park In Memory Of Brian Jones (Photos July 5 1969)

On July 5 1969, The Rolling Stones played a Hyde Park, London, concert in memory of recently deceased band founder, Brian Jones. Other bands on the bill were: Third Ear Band, King Crimson, Screw, Alexis Korner’s New Church, Family and The Battered Ornaments. The photos below are terrific. If you or someone you know is in them, we’d love to hear from you:

 

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Alan Messer/REX/Shutterstock (28141d) The Rolling Stones 1969 Concert in Hyde Park, London, Britain - 15 Jun 1969 The Rolling Stones play their 1969 Hyde Park Concert in memory of recently deceased band founder, Brian Jones.

 

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mike Randolph/REX/Shutterstock (28139f) Hells Angels - The Rolling Stones play their 1969 Hyde Park Concert in memory of recently deceased band founder, Brian Jones. VARIOUS - 1969

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mike Randolph/REX/Shutterstock (28139d) Alexis Korner's New Church (Korner, L, Ray Warleigh, Sax) behind Hells Angels 'security' - The Rolling Stones play their 1969 Hyde Park Concert in memory of recently deceased band founder, Brian Jones. VARIOUS - 1969

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Alexis Korner’s New Church (Korner, L, Ray Warleigh, Sax) behind Hells Angels ‘security’ 

5th July 1969: About 150,000 pop fans attend a free open-air concert in Hyde Park given by The Rolling Stones in memory of guitarist Brian Jones who died two days earlier. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

5th July 1969: Vocalist Mick Jagger and guitarist Mick Taylor in concert with the Rolling Stones in London's Hyde Park. The free outdoor concert was a tribute to recently deceased band member Brian Jones. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)

5th July 1969: Vocalist Mick Jagger and guitarist Mick Taylor in concert with the Rolling Stones in London’s Hyde Park.

A group of Hell's Angels at the Rolling Stones free concert in Hyde Park, London. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Getty Images)

A group of Hell’s Angels at the Rolling Stones free concert in Hyde Park, London. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Getty Images)

 

th July 1969: A member of the Hell's Angels provides the security at a Rolling Stones gig in London's Hyde Park. The free outdoor concert was a tribute to recently deceased band member Brian Jones. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)

th July 1969: A member of the Hell's Angels provides the security at a Rolling Stones gig in London's Hyde Park. The free outdoor concert was a tribute to recently deceased band member Brian Jones. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)

5th July 1969: A long-haired spectator at the free Rolling Stones tribute concert to recently deceased band member Brian Jones in London's Hyde Park. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)

A long-haired spectator

5th July 1969: A spectator dancing at the free Rolling Stones tribute concert to recently deceased band member Brian Jones in London's Hyde Park. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)

5th July 1969: Music fans in Hyde Park to see the Rolling Stones in concert. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)

5th July 1969: A woman in a cropped top and cut-off shorts standing among people gathered in Hyde Park to see the Rolling Stones in concert. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)

5th July 1969: A Hell's Angel acts as a security guard at the free Rolling Stones tribute concert to recently deceased band member Brian Jones in London's Hyde Park. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)

A Hell’s Angel acts as a security guard

5th July 1969: Marianne Faithfull and her young son Nicholas attend a Rolling Stones concert in London's Hyde Park. She is currently divorcing her husband John Dunbar to be with her boyfriend, singer Mick Jagger. (Photo by Ian Showell/Keystone/Getty Images)

5th July 1969: Marianne Faithfull and her young son Nicholas

A member of the Hell's Angels at the Rolling Stones Concert held in Hyde Park, London. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Getty Images)

A member of the Hell’s Angels

5th July 1969: Music fans in Hyde Park to see the Rolling Stones in concert. (Photo by J. Marmaras/Keystone/Getty Images)

Teenage girls cooling off in the Serpentine during the Rolling Stones concert in Hyde Park, London, 5th July 1969. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)

Teenage girls cooling off in the Serpentine

Mick Taylor playing with the Rolling Stones during their concert in Hyde Park, London, 5th July 1969. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)

Mick Taylor playing

A teenage girl cooling off in the Serpentine during the Rolling Stones concert in Hyde Park, London, 5th July 1969. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)

A teenage girl cooling off in the Serpentine

5th July 1969: Singer Mick Jagger reads a passage from Shelley's 'Adonis', in memory of recently deceased colleague Brian Jones (1942 - 1969), before their band the Rolling Stones perform a free concert at London's Hyde Park. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)

5th July 1969: Singer Mick Jagger reads a passage from Shelley’s ‘Adonis’, in memory of recently deceased colleague Brian Jones (1942 – 1969), before their band the Rolling Stones perform

5th July 1969: A section of the 250,000 strong crowd gathered in Hyde Park, London, for a free concert by British rock group the Rolling Stones. (Photo by Harry Todd/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

5th July 1969: A section of the 250,000 strong crowd gathered in Hyde Park, London

5th July 1969: Hell's Angels, acting as security at the free Rolling Stones concert in Hyde Park, London, lifting a fan to safety after he passed out. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)

5th July 1969: Hell’s Angels, acting as security at the free Rolling Stones concert in Hyde Park, London, lifting a fan to safety after he passed out. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)

5th July 1969: British rock singer Mick Jagger, performing with The Rolling Stones, at the free open-air concert in Hyde Park given in memory of guitarist Brian Jones who died two days earlier. (Photo by Reg Burkett/Express/Getty Images)