The Rolling Stone have rescheduled a string of tour dates in Australia and New Zealand, which had been postponed last month due to the sudden and tragic death of Mick Jagger's longtime girlfriend L'Wren Scott.
According to a news release posted on April 3 at Rolling Stones.com, the legendary British rockers have confirmed that the seven postponed 14 On Fire Tour dates, originally booked from March 19 - April 5 will now take place between Oct. 15 - Nov. 22.
Precise dates for each city will be released as soon as the scheduling is confirmed and promoter Michael Gudinski of Frontier Touring in association AEG Live ask fans to hold on to their tickets until further notice.
The Stones were initially slated to begin the sold out tour on March 19 in Perth, Australia at Perth Arena and wrap up April 5 in Auckland, New Zealand at Mt Smart Stadium.
The "Satisfaction" hitmakers had only just arrived in Perth when they received the news of the 46-year-old fashion designer's passing and quickly postponed the Perth date with the remained of the tour following suit.
The Rolling Stones recently announced an extended 14-city European tour leg, which will kick off May 26 in Oslo, Norway at Telenor Arena and wrap up July 3 at in Demark the Roskilde festival.
See Rolling Stones.com for more details.
Did you know? The Rolling Stones recent postponement of their sold out tour of Australia and New Zealand due to the tragic death of Mick Jagger's longtime girlfriend L'Wren Scott will cost the "Satisfaction" hitmakers an estimated $10 million due to staging losses.