The Rolling Stones will return for a tour of Australia and New Zealand in October, Frontier Touring has confirmed.
The 14 On Fire Tour of Australasia was postponed following the death in New York of frontman Mick Jagger’s partner of 13 years, fashion designer L’Wren Scott.
Frontier Touring issued a statement on Thursday reassuring fans and ticket holders the band will return in October and November, but exact dates are yet to be finalised.
“If the new dates are not suitable, rest assured you will be able to secure a refund,” Frontier Touring said.
“While we encourage fans to hold on to their tickets, the option to secure a refund is now available to you via the official ticketing agency you purchased from.”
Fans can secure a refund for not just the value of the tickets, but also fees and charges incurred in purchasing the ticket.
Some of the band remain in the WA capital after flying in on Sunday night and are rumoured to be departing mid-afternoon on Thursday.
Rolling Stones’ drummer Charlie Watts played a brief impromptu performance at a Perth jazz club on Wednesday night with the band’s saxophonist Tim Ries.
Watts was also seen dining at an Indian restaurant with guitarist Keith Richards in Highgate on Wednesday night.
It is still unclear whether Jagger has left Perth.
Local News Matters
Media diversity is under threat in Australia – nowhere more so than in South Australia. The state needs more than one voice to guide it forward and you can help with a donation of any size to InDaily. Your contribution goes directly to helping our journalists uncover the facts. Please click below to help InDaily continue to uncover the facts.