Legendary group go back out on the road
Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones have confirmed plans to go back out on the road, unveiling details of their 50th anniversary tour.

It's been one of the worst kept secrets in the music industry. Toasting their 50th anniversary, The Rolling Stones have teased fans with hints about the possibility of going back out on the road. A career-spanning compilation is all they have to show for the speculation thus far, with new single 'Doom & Gloom' emerging from sessions in Paris earlier this year.

This morning, though, the band finally put fans out of their misery. Posting a notice on their social networks, The Rolling Stones outlined plans for a new tour, their first since the record breaking 'A Bigger Bang' jaunt back in 2005.

Here's the announcement:

The Rolling Stones - Announce Live Shows! on MUZU.TV.

Here are the dates:


25 London O2 Arena

29 London O2 Arena

Tickets for London shows go on sale at 9am October 19th.


13 Newark Presidential Arena

15 Newark Presidential Arena

Tickets for Newark shows go on sale at 12pm EST on October 26th.


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