The Rolling Stones decides to replace cancelled Ukraine date with playing in Warsaw, Poland during their European tour.
Poland will get the chance to see The Rolling Stones again this year as the band adds an extra date within their European jaunt. This Stone's visit in Poland will be the first time in 9 years.
The date is set on July 25 and the venue is confirmed at Warsaw's Slzewiec Hippodrome. They are supposed to play in Ukaraine that day but it has been cancelled due to unknown reason. The band however, will still make it to the rest of the dates which is started with Belgium's gig on June 5.
The band first performed in Poland forty years ago at Warsaw's Palace of Culture. There was a riot when thousands of fans tried to break in the venue and forced police to throw tear gasses. The next one was back in 1998 in Chorzow whereby the band played in front of Polish President's wife.