Rolling Stones return to Rome 47 years after first visit
Italian tour follows concerts in Netherlands14 March, 19:40
The group, now made up of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ron Wood, are on tour around the world to mark the band's 50th anniversary since its formation. The Rome concert this year also marks 47 years since their first Italian performance in 1967. On that occasion, they held two concerts of 40 minutes each and toured such cities as Rome, Bologna and Genova.
They returned in the 1970s to Rome's Palasport and the Pala Lido centre in Milan.
Italy was in the midst of severe social unrest in that period, and while the Stones performed, demonstrators outside clashed with police.