Rock legends the Rolling Stones are rumoured to be headed to Ireland in the summer as part of a string of tour dates across the UK and Ireland.
Speculation is mounting that the veteran rockers are set to announce a UK tour.
The tour could see Mick Jagger and co make their first Irish appearance since they headlined Slane Castle in 2007.
A tour of the UK and Ireland is set to be on the cards for the bands as fans were puzzled when they omitted UK and Irish dates on a European tour last year.
It’s not clear which Dublin venue the rockers would opt for – but as Slane Castle has already been ticked off – it could be a toss up between the Aviva Stadium or Croke Park.
Last year, during their tour of Europe – legendary guitarist Ronnie Wood battled back to health to join his bandmates on the tour after undergoing srugery to remove a tumour. now
He returned to full health to join fellow Stones Mick Jagger, 74, Keith Richards, 73 and Charlie Watts, 76, taking in 14 cities on their latest tour across Europe.
It follows last year’s dates in South America culminating in the historical concert in Havana, Cuba.
The band heads to Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Holland, Denmark, Sweden and Paris.
Wood has previously said the band “have no intention to retire” and wanted to continue “as long as possible.”