Rolling Stones: They were first seen on the Waldbühne 57 years ago
Photo: Suzanne Cordeiro / AFP
The Rolling Stones' "Sixty" tour is being extended: the band now also wants to perform in Berlin.
"We are pleased to add another date to the Rolling Stones Sixty Tour in Europe," says the official Twitter account.
The performance is planned for August 3rd at the Berlin Waldbühne.
It's the last concert of the tour.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ron Wood have been touring Europe with their anniversary show since the beginning of June.
The band had their first appearance on the Berlin Waldbühne in 1965 - three years after their first concert: The youth magazine "Bravo" announced them as the "toughest band of all time".
During the performance on the forest stage there were riots, fans tore down fences, the band fled from the stage.
In the same year the rock song "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" was released.
The track is now part of the program again on the anniversary tour, along with other Stones classics such as »Paint It Black«, »Jumpin' Jack Flash« or »Start Me Up«.
Advance ticket sales for the Berlin Waldbühne start on July 1st.
In Germany, the Stones can only be seen in Munich and Gelsenkirchen.
Further performances take place in Madrid, Liverpool, Milan, London, Vienna and Stockholm, among others.
The final concert was initially planned for the Swedish capital.
Most recently, the band had to cancel a performance in Amsterdam.
Frontman Mick Jagger was infected with Corona.
The Rolling Stones are currently the oldest rock band in the world.
Drummer Charlie Watts died last year at the age of 80.
Previously, Watts had undergone surgery.
The Briton had therefore canceled his participation in the band's US tour in 2021 before his death.