Believe it or not The Rolling Stones are still touring to sold-out crowds

The Rolling Stones (Photo: Getty)
The Rolling Stones (Photo: Getty)

Paris -The Rolling Stones will kick off the second leg of their European tour in Dublin on 17 May, the granddaddies of rock said on Monday.

The Stones - No Filter tour will see Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ron Wood also play stadium shows in Britain, Germany, France, the Czech Republic and Poland.

The concerts  - which end on 8 July in Warsaw -  include their first UK and Ireland tour in five years.

The highlights are likely to be two monster gigs in their hometown, at the London Stadium and Twickenham rugby stadium.

Tickets will start to go on sale for the tour on 2 March.

The Rolling Stones ended the first part of their No Filter tour in October with a series of sell-out shows in France.

The rock legends said the new tour would include their classic songs such as Satisfaction as well as some "surprise" additions to their repertoire.

The incredible rockers performed an amazing set at English festival, Glastonbury in 2013.