The Rolling Stones ‘target 2023 Australian tour dates’

The Rolling Stones ‘target 2023 Australian tour dates’ amid rumors they will extend 60th anniversary tour Down Under

Legendary rock band The Rolling Stones sent Australian fans into overdrive this week with rumors that the band will soon be announcing their Australian tour dates.

As Frontier Touring shut down gossip, other promoters said The Daily Telegraph that the band want to extend their 60th anniversary tour beyond 2022 and that Australia could very well be on the cards.

The band, made up of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, last toured Australia in 2014.

The Rolling Stones sent Australian fans into overdrive this week with rumors that the band will soon be announcing their Australian tour dates. Singer Mick Jagger (pictured)

The 2023 schedule is already in full swing with confirmed visits from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Post Malone and Ed Sheeran.

However, Coldplay, Pink and Bruce Springsteen have yet to set Australian dates as part of their world tours.

There’s also been no word on Eminem, Beyoncé and Metallica heading Down Under either.

Tour organizers have told The Daily Telegraph the band are keen to extend their 60th anniversary tour beyond 2022 and Australia could very well be on the cards.

Tour organizers have told The Daily Telegraph the band are keen to extend their 60th anniversary tour beyond 2022 and Australia could very well be on the cards.

Meanwhile, Rod Stewart, Slipknot and Iron Maiden have yet to announce their reschedule dates after pulling out of recent tours.

The Rolling Stones recently returned to the stage in early July after postponing their show for a month.

The reason for their delay was that Mick had tested positive for COVID-19.

The legendary band, made up of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards (right) and Ronnie Wood (left), last toured Australia in 2014

The legendary band, made up of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards (right) and Ronnie Wood (left), last toured Australia in 2014

And last month, the rock star shared an update with his fans insisting he was “feeling much better” and thanking them all for their well wishes.

Taking to Instagram, Jagger said: “Thank you all so much for your well wishes and messages over the past few days.”

He signed: ‘See you soon! Mick’.

The Rolling Stones recently returned to the stage in Amsterdam in early July after postponing their show for a month after singer Mick Jagger (pictured) was struck down with COVID-19

The Rolling Stones recently returned to the stage in Amsterdam in early July after postponing their show for a month after singer Mick Jagger (pictured) was struck down with COVID-19

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