The Rolling Stones, assured that Keith Richards is fully recovered from a head injury, will kick off their rescheduled European tour in Milan, Italy, on July 11.
Previously forced to postpone their European tour after Keith Richards accidentally injured his head, The Rolling Stones is now back to the track with the guitarist for sure. The Stones official Website confirmed that Richards has made a "complete recovery."
Following the good news, tour promoters unveiled a rescheduled-date of stadium shows that will kick off in Milan, Italy on July 11 and make stops in over 20 cities including Vienna; Munich; Berlin; Paris; Amsterdam; Zurich; Porto, Portugal; Valladolid, Spain; London; Glasgow; and Bergen, Norway, among others.
As for Richards, the man released an apologize to fans saying "Excuse me, I fell off of my perch! Sorry to disrupt everyone's plans but now - it's full steam ahead! Ouch!!" Subsequent to that, ticket holders for rescheduled concerts should retain their tickets first and await further information, the band's spokesman said.