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Rolling Stones announce 11-date European tour

English rock band The Rolling Stones has today (Monday) announced details of an 11-date tour taking in stadia across the UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Czech Republic and Poland.

The No Filter tour begins on May 17 at Dublin’s Croke Park before a date at London Stadium on May 22.

The tour then moves on to Old Trafford, home of Premier League football club Manchester United, on June 5, before heading north to Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium on June 15. Gigs at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on June 15 and London’s Twickenham Stadium on June 19 complete the UK leg of the tour.

On June 22, the Rolling Stones head to the Olympiastadion in the German capital of Berlin before a date at the Orange Velodrome in Marseille, France on June 26. The next stop will be the Mercedes-Benz Arena in the German city of Stuttgart on June 30.

The band’s penultimate gig will be at Letnany Airport in Prague, Czech Republic on July 4, before the PGE Narodowy Stadium in the Polish capital of Warsaw concludes the tour on July 8.

Presale tickets for the UK, Germany and Warsaw dates will go on sale at 12pm GMT tomorrow (Tuesday). Ticket details for the gigs in Dublin, France and Prague will be announced at a later date.

The Stones last played in the UK in 2013, when they headlined Glastonbury and played two shows at London’s Hyde Park.

Landing a Rolling Stones gig represents another coup for Twickenham, which recently signalled its intention to stage more high-profile music events. The venue is also due to host Eminem later this year.

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