Stones Roll Into Europe Live

The most exciting and powerful rock ‘n’ roll show in the world is coming to the stadiums of Europe next year. Kicking off on Saturday May 27, 2006 at Barcelona’s Olympic Stadium, The Rolling Stones – A Bigger Bang European Tour – will play over twenty countries at the most famous stadiums and venues in the world.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood & Charlie Watts announced today that there will be over 30 European concerts in 2006. They confirmed dates in Holland, Germany, France, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Norway, UK, Poland, Austria and The Czech Republic. Tickets for all these markets will go on sale to the public from December 3rd 2005.

Additional concerts in Russia, Greece, Croatia, Serbia & Montenegro, Portugal, Denmark, Switzerland and Ireland are also confirmed with venue and/or on-sale information to follow. In keeping with the band’s philosophy of making their shows accessible to all fans, tickets for the stadiums will be available in a broad range of price categories. The average price of tickets across Europe is 75 euros.

Fans are able to enjoy special access to tickets, exclusive merchandise and can also follow the tour online at the official site link. For the first time ever, concert goers will be able to see the exact seat locations and choose the price level of tickets before purchasing a platinum membership to the fan club. Every ticket sold for the tour will include a free Virtual Ticket membership in the Rolling Stones fan club. Updated daily, users will be given an exclusive insider’s look at every aspect of the tour. From rehearsals and preparations to on-going coverage via audio and videos streams, downloads, set lists and news and much more.

‘A Bigger Bang’ Special Edition CD & DVD is now available through Virgin Records. The second single ‘Rain Fall Down’ will be released on 5 December 2005.

See the Stones at these venues across Europe

May 27 Barcelona Spain Olympic Stadium
May 29 Madrid Spain Vincente Calderon Stadium

June 1 Brussels Belgium Stade Roi Baudouin
June 3 Paris France Stade de France
June 6 Bergen Norway *tba
June 8 *tba Denmark *tba
June 10 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi
June 13 St. Petersburg Russia Petrovsky
June 16 Brno Czech Republic Outdoor Exhibition Centre
June 18 Warsaw Poland Airport Bemowo
June 20 Vienna Austria Ernst Happel Stadion
June 22 Milan Italy San Siro
June 29 Athens Greece Olympic Stadium

July 2 Belgrade Serbia & Montenegro *tba
July 6 Zagreb Croatia *tba
July 10 N¸rnberg Germany Frankenstadion
July 12 Leipzig Germany Zentralstadion
July 14 Frankfurt Germany Commerzbank Arena
July 16 Munich Germany Olympiastadion
July 19 Hanover Germany AWD-Arena
July 23 Kˆln Germany Rhein Energie Stadion
July 30 Amsterdam Holland Arena Stadium

Aug. 3 Stuttgart Germany Gottlieb-Daimler Stadion
Aug. 5 *tba *Switzerland *tba
Aug. 8 Nice France Palais NikaÔa
Aug. 12 Porto Portugal Estadio do Dragao
Aug. 14 Valladolid Spain Estadio Zorrilla
Aug. 18 Dublin Ireland Phoenix Park
Aug. 20 London England Wembley Stadium
Aug. 25 Glasgow Scotland Hampden Park
Aug. 27 Sheffield England Don Valley Stadium
Aug. 29 Cardiff Wales Millennium Stadium

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