The Rolling Stones are coming to Germany with an additional concert – to the Berlin Waldbühne. Mick Jagger and Co. will extend their European tour for the band’s 60th anniversary by one concert and play in the Waldbühne on August 3rd, as announced by Semmel Concerts as the organizer in Berlin on Thursday.

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There should be around 20,000 tickets. Advance sales will start on Wednesday, June 29th, from 12 noon on and from July 1st at the regular advance booking offices.

On June 4th, the Stones gave the first concert of their Germany concerts in Munich’s Olympic Stadium, and they want to play in Gelsenkirchen on July 27th. According to Semmel Concerts, the British rock band concludes their anniversary tour with the concert at Berlin’s Waldbühne.

In 1965, the Rolling Stones had a legendary performance there. At their first Waldbühne performance, the musicians only played for about 20 minutes – and the fans then dismantled the Waldbühne.