Rolling Stones tour dates back on after L'Wren Scott's sudden death

The Rolling Stones announced that their Australia and New Zealand tour — postponed after the suicide of Mick Jagger's girlfriend — has been rescheduled.

The Rolling Stones are back on the road after tragedy delayed their tour. (Credit: Carl Court/AFP) The Rolling Stones are back on the road after tragedy delayed their tour.
Credit: Carl Court/AFP

 

The Rolling Stones announced late last week that their tour of Australia and New Zealand, which was postponed after the suicide of Mick Jagger's girlfriend, has been rescheduled for October and November.

 

The rescheduled Australia/New Zealand tour will take place between Oct. 25 and Nov. 22, the veteran British rockers announced on their website, with exact dates for each city to be released soon.

 

"The Rolling Stones wish to thank their fans in Australia and New Zealand for their patience and understanding at this time."

 

Jagger's American girlfriend, fashion designer L'Wren Scott, committed suicide in her New York apartment on March 17, just after the band arrived in Perth for the first date of their "14 on Fire" tour Down Under.

They were also due to play in Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Auckland.

Jagger had been with Scott for 13 years. A coroner said the model-turned-fashion designer, who was 49, had hanged herself.

 
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