March 17, 2014 9:56

Rolling Stones announce further summer 2014 European shows

Band also tease more news to follow of European shows in May, June and July

Rolling Stones announce further summer 2014 European shows

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The Rolling Stones have announced a further two European shows taking place in June 2014 – and they promise that more announcements will follow.

The band will play in Berlin on June 10 and Düsseldorf on June 19 as part of their 14 On Fire tour. The announcement follows last week's news that the band will appear at Holland's Pinkpop Festival on June 7, Belgium's TW Classic Festival on June 28 and Rome's Circus Maximus on June 22.

A press release from the band says to expect more dates in Europe in May, June and July to be announced in the next week.

Speaking about the latest bookings, frontman Mick Jagger said: "I can't wait for the tour to hit Europe. It's a great time of the year to be playing and the tour is a good mix of festivals, stadiums and arenas. See you there!"

The Rolling Stones will play:

Pinkpop Festival, Holland (June 7)
Berlin Waldbühne (10)
Düsseldorf Esprit Arena (19)
Rome Circus Maximus (22)
TW Classic Festival, Belgium (28)

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