The Rolling Stones rumoured to be planning European tour dates for summer 2014

The Rolling Stones are rumoured to be in the process of booking European dates for summer 2014. According to Spanish newspaper El Mundo, the band will play Madrid's Vicente Calderón stadium on June 25.

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The Rolling Stones are rumoured to be in the process of booking European dates for summer 2014.

According to Spanish newspaper El Mundo, the band will play Madrid’s Vicente Calderón stadium on June 25.

The story says the Stones will begin a European jaunt at Paris’ Stade de France in early June. The band are also reportedly booked in the Pinkpop Festival in the Netherlands – which runs June 7, 8 and 9 – and will allegedly play their first show in Israel, at Tel Avivi’s Ramat Gan stadium on June 10. They will then return to Europe for other dates.

A Rolling Stones spokesperson told Uncut: “The Rolling Stones have no confirmed dates in Europe.”

The band are currently in the middle of their 14 On Fire tour. On Tuesday in Tokyo, they played “Silver Train” live for the first time in 40 years. They next play Macau on March 9.


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