The Rolling Stones to resume tour in May

The Rolling Stones are set to resume touring in Norway on May 26. Shows in Australia and New Zealand have been rescheduled for October, but the band will pick up their European dates in May at Oslo's Telenor Arena, playing a host of gigs, including a recently announced headline slot at Roskilde festival in Denmark on July 3. The Rolling Stones will play: May 25: Oslo, Norway - Telenor Arena May 29: Lisbon, Portugal - Rock In Rio Festival June 1: Zürich, Switzerland – Letzigrund Stadium June 4: Tel Aviv, Israel – Hayarkon Park

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The Rolling Stones are set to resume touring in Norway on May 26.

Shows in Australia and New Zealand have been rescheduled for October, but the band will pick up their European dates in May at Oslo’s Telenor Arena, playing a host of gigs, including a recently announced headline slot at Roskilde festival in Denmark on July 3.

The Rolling Stones will play:
May 25: Oslo, Norway – Telenor Arena
May 29: Lisbon, Portugal – Rock In Rio Festival
June 1: Zürich, Switzerland – Letzigrund Stadium
June 4: Tel Aviv, Israel – Hayarkon Park
June 7: Landgraaf, Netherlands – Pinkpop Festival
June 10: Berlin, Germany – Waldbühne
June 13: Paris, France – Stade De France
June 16: Vienna, Austria – Ernst Happel Stadium
June 17: Düsseldorf, Germany – Esprit Arena
June 22: Rome, Italy – Circus Maximus
June 25: Madrid, Spain – Bernabéu Stadium
June 28: Werchter, Belgium – TW Classic Festival
July 1: Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2 Arena
July 3: Roskilde, Denmark – Roskilde Festival



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