The Rolling Stones announces that its No Filter tour will be extended. The band will also be heading to London for a series of performances.

The popular rock band has added 11 additional show dates to the No Filter tour, and these will take place in Ireland, Germany, France, United Kingdom, and the Czech Republic. The London tour dates will kick off on May 17 in Dublin and will wrap up in Warsaw on July 8.

Keith Richards, the group's pianist since 1962, released a statement and said that he is delighted to play with his band.

"There's no stopping us. We're only just getting started, really," said Richards.

The tickets for Rolling Stones's No Filter tour are available online. Other show dates and locations include the London Stadium on May 22, the Old Trafford Football Stadium in Manchester on June 5, the BT Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh on June 9, the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on June 15, and more.

About The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones is an English rock band that was formed in London, England in 1962. The original lineup of the group included Mick Jagger, Richards, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, and Ian Stewart. Throughout the span of the band's career, the group has released a total of 25 studio albums, 32 video albums, 25 compilation albums, and 23 live albums.

In 1969, the group released Let It Bleed and in 1971, it released Sticky Fingers. The band's other album titles include Blue & Lonesome, Some Girls, Exile on Main St., Beggars Banquet, Aftermath, Tattoo You, Black and Blue, Out of Our Heads, Emotional Rescue, Goats Head Soup, and Between the Buttons.

Some of the band's most famous songs are "Paint It Black," "Gimme Shelter," "Angie," "Satisfaction," "Wild Horses," "Start Me Up," "Sympathy for the Devil," "Honky Tonk Women," "Jumpin' Jack Flash," "Beast of Burden," "Brown Sugar," "Tumbling Dice," "Ruby Tuesday," "Time Is On My Side," and more.

Mick Jagger Talks About His Band

In 2012, Jagger said that no one should care if the group decides to break up. He also said that the members of Rolling Stones do not have a peaceful relationship with each other.

"It's just that fraction builds up over the years. It's like a marriage but I don't want to talk about the what, why and wherefore of me and Keith's marriage... It's just that friction builds up and I just couldn't deal with it anymore," said Jagger.