The Rolling Stones are making good on their promise to return to Australia later this year.
The band has unveiled their new itinerary, which starts at the Adelaide Oval on October 25th. The rock legends have also added a second show in Perth, as well as a date in Hunter Valley. They'll also visit Melbourne, Macedon Ranges, and Sydney as well as Auckland, New Zealand.
The Stones were originally scheduled to perform "down under" this spring, but cancelled the trek when Mick Jagger's girlfriend, fashion designer L'Wren Scott, died just days before the tour was to begin.
The Stones will resume their "14 On Fire" tour next month. The group has a six-week trek set with stops scheduled throughout Europe. They'll also play a show in Israel in June.
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