The Rolling Stones European Tour 1967

The Rolling Stones European Tour 1967
Tour by The Rolling Stones
Start date 25 March 1967
End date 17 April 1967
Legs 1
Shows 27
The Rolling Stones concert chronology
British Tour 1966 European Tour 1967 Hyde Park Festival 1969

The Rolling Stones' 1967 European Tour was a concert tour by the band to promote their new album Between The Buttons and new single Lets Spend The Night Together and Ruby Tuesday. The tour commenced on 25 March and concluded on 17 April 1967. It was the last Rolling Stones concert tour to include Brian Jones, who initially formed and named the band.

This tour would also be the first time a rock band from the Western Hemisphere would play behind the Iron Curtain when on 13 April they played two shows at the Palace of Culture and Science building in Warsaw, Poland. The tickets to the concert were given out by the Communist Party, much to the bands dismay. The people who did attend were told to behave accordingly during the concert or they would be removed from the venue. After the concerts, the band drove down the streets distributing their records to fans. Visiting Soviet officials were not pleased by the Rolling Stones performance and it would be a long while before the Stones would return to the soviet-bloc nations.

"They thought the show was so awful, so decadent, that they said this would never happen in Moscow,"-- Mick Jagger.

Tour band

Tour set list

  1. "The Last Time"
  2. "Paint It, Black"
  3. "19th Nervous Breakdown"
  4. "Lady Jane"
  5. "Get Off of My Cloud"/"Yesterday's Papers"
  6. "Under My Thumb"
  7. "Ruby Tuesday"
  8. "Let's Spend the Night Together"
  9. "Goin' Home"
  10. "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
25 March 1967
2 shows
Helsingborg Sweden Idrottens Hus
27 March 1967
2 shows
Örebro Vinterstadium
29 March 1967
2 shows
Bremen Germany Stadthalle
30 March 1967
2 shows
Cologne Sporthalle
31 March 1967 Dortmund Westfalenhalle
1 April 1967
2 shows
Hamburg Ernst-Merck-Halle
2 April 1967
2 shows
Vienna Austria Stadthalle
5 April 1967
2 shows
Bologna Italy Palazzo Dello Sport
6 April 1967
2 shows
Rome Palazzo Dello Sport
8 April 1967
2 shows
Milan Palalido Palazzo Dello Sport
9 April 1967
2 shows
Genova Palazzo Dello Sport
11 April 1967
2 shows
Paris France L'Olympia
13 April 1967
2 shows
Warsaw Poland Palac Kultury i Nauki, Sala Kongresowa
14 April 1967 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
15 April 1967 The Hague Netherlands Houtrusthal
17 April 1967 Athens Greece Panathinaikos Stadion

Supporting acts

Including: The Easybeats, the Creation, the Batman (Didi & the ABC Boys), & Achim Reichel (Ex-Rattles) the Move, and Red & Black (Warsaw)


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