Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones will resume their world tour in May in Norway, after the band’s 14 On Fire tour was postponed following the death of Mick Jagger’s girlfriend, fashion designed L’Wren Scott.

Scott took her own life while the band was in Australia preparing for the first of their run of shows there.

The band has expanded the European tour to 14 shows through May, June and July, beginning in Oslo Telenor Arena in Norway on May 26 and wrapping up at the Roskilde festival in Denmark on July 3. They have also promised to reschedule the Australian dates for October and November.

The Rolling Stones 14 On Fire European dates

May 26. Norway, Oslo, Telenor Arena

May 29, Portugal, Lisbon, Rock In Rio

June 1, Switzerland, Zurich, Letzigrund Stadium

June 4, Israel, Tel Aviv, Ha Yarkon Park

June 7, Holland, Pinkpop Festival

June 10, Germany, Berlin, Waldbuhne

June 13, France, Paris, Stade de France

June 16, Austria, Vienna, Ernst Happel Stadium

June 19, Germany, Dusseldorf, Espirit Arena

June 22, Italy, Rome, Circus Maximus

June 25, Spain, Madrid, Bernabeu Stadium

June 28, Belgium, TW Classic Festival

July 1, Sweden, Stockholm, Tele2 Arena

July 3, Denmark, Roskilde