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The Rolling Stones are back on the road following the tragic death of L'Wren Scott, long time girlfriend of Rolling Stones frontman, Mick Jagger. While the band tries to move forward, they are focusing on their current tour. The group is adding additional tour dates and announcing when the shows that had been cancelled would be played.
When the news broke about Scott's death, the band had already arrived in Australia to kick off a six-date tour but all of those shows had been postponed.
The Stones will head back to Australia at the end of October for a concert at the Adelaide Oval. The last stop on their Australia tour will be on Nov. 22 at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand, Billboard reported. These will be to make up the shows that had been postponed at the front end of the tour.
Their current 14 On Fire world tour has also added two more shows. One will be taking place at the Perth Arena and the other at Hope Estate in the Hunter Valley, The Guardian added.