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Last Updated: Wednesday, 24 August 2005, 16:59 GMT 17:59 UK
Stones reveal extra US tour dates
Sir Mick Jagger in Boston on 21 August
Sir Mick Jagger wowed the crowd in Boston
The Rolling Stones have added 14 new dates to their tour of the US and Canada, following the success of their opening night in Boston.

The group said the overwhelming response to the gig from critics and fans spurred them on to name new dates.

The tour will now roll on until at least 9 March 2006, when they play in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Tickets for new dates in Las Vegas, Baltimore and St Louis are due to go on sale on Saturday.

The band have also revealed who will be joining them as support acts during the A Bigger Band tour.

The Black Eyed Peas, Joss Stone, Alanis Morissette, Wilco and Maroon 5 are just some of the artists invited to share the stage with the iconic group.

Concerts are also being staged in cities including Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Mexico City.

Asia and Europe are also on their itinerary, although dates have yet to be announced.

The Rolling Stones played to 36,000 fans on their opening night at Boston's Fenway Park.

The tour sees them playing a mixture of classics songs and tracks from their forthcoming album A Bigger Bang, released in September.

See clips of the Rolling Stones playing in Boston

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