The Rolling Stones announce European festival dates

The Rolling Stones have confirmed they will be playing European tour dates this summer. Last week, Uncut reported that the band were planning a run of European dates.

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The Rolling Stones have confirmed they will be playing European tour dates this summer.

Last week, Uncut reported that the band were planning a run of European dates.

Now, the band have announced they will play the Pinkpop Festival on Holland on Saturday 7 June and the TW Classic Festival in Belgium on Saturday 28 June as part of their 14 On Fire tour.

The Rolling Stones will be playing more major shows in Europe in May and June, and these will be announced over the next two weeks.

Mick Jagger commented: “I love festivals in the summertime and can’t wait for the tour to get to Europe.”

Keith Richards added: “Let’s keep this show on the road …the band are in top form so I’m really looking forward to getting back to Europe.”


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