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The Rolling Stones will be restarting their world tour next month in May. The tour will be the first shows that the band is playing together since the passing of L'Wren Scott, who was dating Mick Jagger for over a decade.
The Stones had to delay the start of their world tour that was supposed to kick off in Australia and New Zealand following the suicide of Scott that happened in late March. Industry sources close to the band explained that the tour delay will cost the group around 10 million in profit.
The tour will resume in Europe instead of Australia and New Zealand. The tour starts up again on May 26 in Oslo, Norway, The Huffington Post reported.
Billboard added that the 'On Fire' tour will include stops at many high profiled festivals, stadiums and arenas.
The tour will still include stops in Portugal, Switzerland, Israel, the Netherlands, Germany, France and Germany. More tour dates and stops have been announced for the 14 'On Fire' tour.