The Rolling Stones confirm rescheduled Australia and New Zealand tour dates

Additional concerts in Perth and the Hunter Valley also announced

The Rolling Stones confirm rescheduled Australia and New Zealand tour dates

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The Rolling Stones have rescheduled Australia and New Zealand tour dates which were postponed earlier this year.

The '14 On Fire' tour was derailed by the death of frontman Mick Jagger's partner L'Wren Scott on March 17.

Shows in Australia and New Zealand have been rescheduled for October, with the band set to start in Adelaide on October 25. The initial seven date tour has also increased with additional concerts in Perth and the Hunter Valley announced. Jimmy Barnes will support in Adelaide while Hunters & Collectors will open in Auckland on November 22.

Yesterday The Rolling Stones shared a video 'postcard' from their recent Asian live shows exclusively with NME.COM. "A Postcard From Asia" features live performance, crowds, airport arrivals and behind-the-scenes footage from the Stones' shows in Abu Dhabi, Tokyo, Macau, Shanghai and Singapore during February and March 2014.

The video arrives ahead of the band resuming their tour in Norway on May 26. The band will pick up their European dates in May at Oslo's Telenor Arena. The run of gigs includes a headline slot at Roskilde festival in Denmark on July 3 plus slots at Pinkpop in Holland and Roskilde in Denmark.

The Rolling Stones will play:

Adelaide, Oval (October 25)
Perth Arena (29/ November 1)
Melbourne Rod Laver Arena (5)
Hanging Rock Macedon (8)
Sydney Allphones Arena (12)
Hope Estate Hunter Valley (15)
Brisbane Entertainment Centre (18)
Auckland Mt Smart Stadium (22)

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