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Rolling Stones 2015 South American tour; 2014 European tour recap video posted

The Rolling Stones are reportedly contemplating touring South America in 2015. According to the Peruvian newspaper La Republica, the tour will likely go to Brazil, Argentina, Peru and Chile. The tour dates have not yet been officially announced. The Rolling Stones previously performed in South America in February 2006, as part of the "A Bigger Bang" world tour. Meanwhile, on Aug. 17, 2014, the Stones posted a recap video of the European leg of their "14 on Fire" tour.

Ronnie Wood, Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards at the Rolling Stones' Hyde Park concert in London, on July 6, 2013
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On July 3, 2014, the Rolling Stones ended the European leg of their "14 on Fire" tour at the Roskilde Festival in Roskilde, Denmark. The Rolling Stones are on a break until Oct. 25, 2014, when the tour resumes with a concert in Adelaide, Australia.

On May 26, 2014 in Oslo, Norway, the Rolling Stones gave their first concert since the death of L'Wren Scott, who was Mick Jagger's girlfriend since 2001. Scott committed suicide in her New York City apartment on March 17, 2014. She was found hanged from a doorknob. The Rolling Stones' "14 on Fire" tour of 2014 went on hiatus after Scott's death. The tour resumed in Oslo, Norway at Telenor Arena on May 26.

As previously reported, the Rolling Stones' "14 on Fire" tour dates in Australia and New Zealand were postponed because of Scott's death. The concerts in Australia and New Zealand were originally supposed to take place from March 19 to April 5, 2014. The Rolling Stones have since announced the rescheduled concerts in Australia and New Zealand for their "14 on Fire" tour.

The new tour dates are from Oct. 25 to Nov. 22, 2014, and they include added concerts in the Australian cities of Perth (on Nov. 1, 2014) and Pokolbin (on Nov. 15, 2014). See the revised tour dates at the end of this article. Special guests for these concerts have also been confirmed as Jimmy Barnes for the Adelaide show and the Hunters & Collectors for the Auckland show.

The Rolling Stones launched the "14 on Fire" tour on Feb. 21, 2014, at Du Arena in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Critics' reviews of the tour have been mostly positive.

Former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor, who was a special guest on the Rolling Stones' "50 and Counting" concerts in 2012 and 2013, has been a special guest on the Rolling Stones "14 on Fire" tour.

Here are the announced dates for the "14 on Fire" tour:

Feb. 21, 2014: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates -- Du Arena, Yas Island

Feb. 26, 2014: Tokyo -- Tokyo Dome

March 4, 2014: Tokyo -- Tokyo Dome

March 6, 2014: Tokyo -- Tokyo Dome

March 9, 2014: Cotai, Macau -- Cotai Arena

March 12, 2014: Shanghai -- Mercedes-Benz Arena

March 15, 2014: Singapore -- Marina Bay Sands Grand Ballroom

May 26, 2014: Oslo, Norway -- Telenor Arena

May 29, 2014: Lisbon, Portugal -- Rock in Rio Festival

June 1, 2014: Zurich -- Letzigrund Stadium

June 4, 2014: Tel Aviv, Israel -- HaYarkon Park

June 7, 2014: Landgraaf, the Netherlands -- Pinkpop Festival

June 10, 2014: Berlin -- Waldbühne

June 13, 2014: Paris -- Stade de France

June 16, 2014: Vienna -- Ernst Happel Stadium

June 19, 2014: Düsseldorf, Germany -- Esprit Arena

June 22, 2014: Rome -- Circus Maximus

June 25, 2014: Madrid -- Bernabeu Stadium

June 28, 2014: Werchter, Belgium -- TW Classic Festival

July 1, 2014: Stockholm -- Tele2 Arena

July 3, 2014: Roskilde, Denmark -- Roskilde Festival

Oct. 25, 2014: Adelaide, Australia -- Oval*

Oct. 29, 2014: Perth, Australia -- Perth Arena*

Nov. 1, 2014: Perth, Australia -- Perth Arena

Nov. 5, 2014: Melbourne, Australia -- Rod Laver Arena*

Nov. 8, 2014: Macedon Ranges, Australia -- Hanging Rock*

Nov. 12, 2014: Sydney -- Allphones Arena*

Nov. 15, 2014: Pokolbin, Australia -- Hope Estate, Hunter Valley

Nov. 18, 2014: Brisbane, Australia -- Entertainment Centre*

Nov. 22, 2014: Auckland, New Zealand -- Mount Smart Stadium*

*previously postponed concert