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Rolling Stones Announce European Tour Dates
The Rolling Stones were forced to cancel the Australian leg of their “14 on Fire” tour last month following the tragic death of Mick Jagger’s girlfriend L’Wren Scott, but they will not be extending their break for very long. Yesterday the Stones announced the full itinerary for the European edition of “14 on Fire,” which includes stops in Norway, Portugal, Switzerland, Holland, Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Sweden and Denmark. The tour kicks off in Fornebu, Norway on May 26th.
Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ronnie will also be playing their first ever show in Israel, at Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park. "I have no words to describe the enormity of this event," said Israeli promoter Shuki Weiss. “It's a huge honor to bring the Rolling Stones to Israel, an honor for the country, the citizens, and mostly for the fans who have waited for this moment."
Peep the list below for a full rundown of dates. As for the band’s Australian fans, they’ll just have to hold tight. But they need not worry: the canceled dates will be rescheduled soon.
“The Rolling Stones are planning to reschedule these postponed shows at a later date,” the band announced. “Australia/New Zealand promoters ask ticket holders to please hold on to their tickets until further notice. A new schedule of dates is presently being worked on and fans will be advised as soon as possible.”
“14 on Fire” Tour Dates:
5/26 – Fornebu, Norway - Oslo Telenor Arena
5/29 – Lisbon, Portugal - Lisbon Rock in Rio Festival
6/01– Zurich, Switzerland - Zurich Letzigrund Stadium
6/04 – Tel Aviv, Israel - Tel Aviv Hayarkon Park
6/07 – Landgraaf, Holland - Pinkpop Festival
6/10 – Berlin, Germany - Berlin Waldbuhne
6/13 – Paris, France - Paris Stade de France
6/16 – Vienna, Austria - Vienna Ernst Happel Stadium
6/19 – Dusseldorf, Germany - Dusseldorf Esprit Arena
6/22 – Rome, Italy - Rome Circus Maximus
6/25 – Madrid, Spain - Madrid Bernabéu Stadium
6/28 – Belgium - TW Classic Festival
7/01 – Stockholm, Sweden - Stockholm Tele2 Arena
7/03 – Roskilde, Denmark - Roskilde Festival
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