The Rolling Stones have confirmed the rescheduled dates for the Australian and New Zealand leg of their 14 On Fire world tour, with Adelaide Oval to host the opening concert on October 25.
The Stones have also announced the addition of two shows – one at Perth Arena and the other at Hope Estate in the Hunter Valley.
Earlier this month Frontier Touring confirmed the band would return between October 25 and November 22 but didn’t reveal the concert dates.
The Stones will kick off the rescheduled tour at the revamped Adelaide Oval on October 25 instead of Perth, a statement released by Mushroom Promotions on Tuesday confirmed.
The band was originally set to start the tour in Perth.
The veteran British rockers touched down in Australia on March 17 for their 14 On Fire tour only to leave three days later following the death of Mick Jagger’s girlfriend L’Wren Scott.
Their Australian six-date tour was postponed as a result.
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