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Rolling Stones expand European tour with new dates in Germany

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The Rolling Stones have extended their European 14 On Fire Tour with a pair of summer appearances in Germany.

According to a news release posted on March 17 at Rolling Stones.com, the legendary British rockers will perform on June 10 in Berlin at Waldbuhne and on June 19 in Dusseldorf at Esprit arena.

Presales for all dates begin March 20 with general onsales starting March 21.

For more details, check out RollingStones.com.

Over the weekend, the "Satisfaction" hitmakers also confirmed a huge one-off show on June 22 at Rome's Circus Maximus in the wake of an announcement last week of two headlining festival appearances on June 7 in Landgraaf, Netherlands at Pinkpop Festival and on June 28 in Werchter, Belgium at TW Classic Festival.

More summer European dates are expected to be announced very soon. Stay tuned for details.

The Stones performed the final date of their Asian leg on March 15 to a sold out crowd in Singapore at the Sands Ballroom and will kick off their tour of Australia and New Zealand on March 19 in Perth, Australia at Perth Arena.

Did you know? The Rolling Stones' soundtrack for the documentary "Charlie is My Darling" won a Grammy for Best Historical Album at the 56th annual Grammy Awards held Jan. 26 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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