ROLLING STONES FINALISE EURO SUMMER TOUR DATES

[B]THE ROLLING STONES[/B] have finalised the European leg of their record-breaking 'Bridges To Babylon' world tour...

ROLLING STONES FINALISE EURO SUMMER TOUR DATES
THE ROLLING STONES have finalised the European dates on their record-breaking 'Bridges To Babylon' world tour, adding around two dozen more shows to those announced earlier.

For the UK leg, The Stones have added an extra Wembley Stadium show plus a new one at Sheffield Don Valley stadium. The Edinburgh concert has been re-scheduled so as not to clash with a World Cup football fixture. The band will be bringing the same high-tech staging equipment they're currently using in the States to Europe, including the world's largest Sony JumboTron video monitor with its 33 feet by 44 feet screen.

The dates confirmed are all major-sized venues and there's no word from the band's press agents as to whether The Stones will play any of the small 'club'-type gigs they sprinkled throughout their American stadium dates.

The full list of European tour dates is: Berlin Olympic Stadium (May 22), Munich Olympic Stadium (24), Gelsenkirchen Parkstadion (26), Zagreb Hippodrom (28), Milan San Siro (30), Barcelona Olympic Stadium (June 1), Lyons Expo Site (5), Mannheim Malmankt (7), Nuremburg Zeppelinfeld (13), Bilbao Est De San Mames (18), Werchter Festival Site (20, 21), Dusseldorf Rheinweisen (24), Hanover Expo (26), Amsterdam Arena (29, July 1, 2, 5, 6), Frauenfeld Festival Site (9), Wiener Neustadt Airfield (11), Malaga Puerto De Malaga (16), Vigo Est Mun De Balaidos (18), Gijon El Molinon (20), Marseilles Stadium (22), Paris Stade De France (25), Copenhagen Parken (29), Gothenburg Ullevi (31), Oslo Vallehovin (August 2), Helsinki Olympic Stadium (5), Tallinn Festival Site (8), Moscow Luzhniki Stadium (11), Warsaw Sluzewiec-TWK (14), London Wembley Stadium (August 20, 22), Edinburgh Murrayfield Stadium (24), Sheffield Don Valley Stadium (26), Leipzig Festweise (28), Hamburg Trabrenbahn (30), Bremen Weserstadion (September 2), Frankfurt Waldstadion (7), Belgrade Red Star Stadium (10), Istanbul Inonu Stadium September (13), Thessalonika Harbour Yard (15) and Athens Olympic Stadium (17).

Tickets for The Rolling Stones at London, Sheffield and Edinburgh cost (UK)37.50 (reserved seating) and (UK)30.00 (unreserved pitch) and are onsale from March 12. The Rolling Stones credit card hotline is 0990-321-321. Tickets are available from the usual agencies and may be subject to booking fee.

You can buy your UK tickets online right here.



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