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Rolling Stones In Australia?

12:01 PM Tuesday 11/19/13 | |

Although there has been no official announcement it’s looking as if The Rolling Stones will play Adelaide in March.  At least, that’s what media outlets Down Under are saying.

  • The Rolling Stones

    Barclaycard British Summer Time, Hyde Park, London, UK
    July 13, 2013

    (Mark Allan / Invision / AP)

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Rumors that Mick Jagger & Co. would do more concerts have been circulating since the “50 and Counting” tour commemorating the band’s half century of music that wrapped early this year.

The latest rumor is that The Stones will play the newly upgraded Adelaide Oval March 22, according to Melbourne’s Herald Sun

This isn’t a brand new rumor.  Last month the Advertiser said the band was being pitched for the venue’s reopening.

But no matter which way the stone rolls, an announcement is expected sometime today, according to the newspaper.  Plus, The Rolling Stones’ Facebook page posted a message yesterday saying, “This time tomorrow we’ll be announcing some exciting news.”

Stay tuned.


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