The Rolling Stones complete European leg of tour at Roskilde Festival 2014

The Rolling Stones complete European leg of tour at Roskilde Festival 2014

The Rolling Stones wrapped the latest European leg of their 14 On Fire tour with a two hour set on the first day of the Roskilde Festival in Denmark on July 3.

The band played a 19 track setlist of hits, starting with "Jumpin' Jack Flash", and ending with "Brown Sugar". They then re-appeared for an encore of "You Can't Always Get What You Want", for which they were joined by the Vocal Linene Choir, and "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction".

Mick Jagger said, in Danish, "We're proud to play the famous Roskilde Festival," while Keith Richards told the crowd: "It good to be here. Well, it's good to be anywhere really."

The concert came just days after the band paid tribute to the late soul singer, Bobby Womack, on their official website. The Rolling Stones also recently made headlines for filming a Monty Python sketch for the reunited comics' press conference.

The band's next scheduled date is Saturday, October 25 at the Adelaide Oval. They play nine shows in Australia and New Zealand which have been rescheduled from March.

The Rolling Stones played:

'Jumpin’ Jack Flash'
'Let’s Spend The Night Together'
'It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It)'
'Tumbling Dice'
'Wild Horses'
'Doom And Gloom'
'She’s So Cold'
'Out Of Control'
'Honky Tonk Women'
'You Got The Silver'
'Can’t Be Seen'
'Midnight Rambler' (with Mick Taylor)
'Miss You'
'Gimme Shelter'
'Start Me Up'
'Sympathy For The Devil'
'Brown Sugar'

'You Can’t Always Get What You Want'
'(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction' (with Mick Taylor)

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