The Rolling Stones reveal European tour dates

The rock veterans hit the road in the summer

The Rolling Stones have announced details of a summer European tour.

As revealed earlier this week, the 20-date jaunt will see the band headline their first UK festival, at Isle Of Wight on June 10, since Knebworth in August 1976.

The group culminate the tour with a show at London‘s 02 Arena (formerly the Millennium Dome) on August 21.

The full tour dates are as follows:

Belgium, Werchter Park (June 5)

Nijmegen, Holland, Goffertpark (8)

Isle of Wight, UK, Isle of Wight Festival (10)

Frankfurt, Germany, Commerzbank (13)

Paris, France, Stade De France (16)

Lyon, France, Stade Gerland (18)

Barcelona, Spain, Olympic Stadium (21)

San Sebastian, Spain, Anoeta (23)

Lisbon, Portugal, Alvalade Stadium (25)

Madrid, Spain, Calderon Stadium (28)

El Ejido, Spain, Santo Domingo Stadium (30)

Rome, Italy, Olympic Stadium (July 6)

Budva, Montenegro, Jaz Beach (9)

Belgrade, Serbia, Hippodrome (14)

Bucharest, Romania Lia Manoliu Stadium (17)

Budapest, Hungary, The Puskas Ferenc Stadium (20)

Brno, Czech Republic, Outdoor Exhibition Centre (22)

Kiev, Ukraine, NSC Olimpiys’kyi (25)

St Petersburg, Russia, Place Square (28)

Helsinki, Finland, Olympic Stadium (August 1)

Gothenburg, Sweden, Ullevi Stadium (3)

Copenhagen, Denmark, Parken (5)

Oslo, Norway, Valle Hovin (8)

Düsseldorf, Germany, LTU Arena (13)

Hamburg, Germany, AOL Arena (15)

Dublin, ROI, Slane Castle (18)

London, UK, O2 Arena (21)

Tickets for the London show go onsale on March 29 at 9am.

To check ticket availability after then and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS .