The Rolling Stones Far East Tour 1965

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The Rolling Stones Far East Tour 1965
Tour by The Rolling Stones
Associated album "The Rolling Stones No. 2"
Start date 22 January 1965
End date 16 February 1965
Legs 1
Shows 36
The Rolling Stones concert chronology
Irish Tour 1965 Far East Tour 1965 1st British Tour 1965

The Rolling Stones' 1965 Far East Tour was the first concert tour of Oceania by the band. The tour commenced on 22 January and concluded on 16 February 1965.

This series of concerts was a package tour with Roy Orbison, The Newbeats, and Ray Columbus & the Invaders, and was promoted by Harry M. Miller. In Australia, there were different local support acts in each city.

Parts of the Sydney leg of the tour were filmed by Movietone News and screened in cinemas. Footage in Stones Roll Down Under included their arrival at Sydney Airport, part of the airport press conference and part of the performance of "Not Fade Away" from their first Sydney show.

Tour band[edit]

Tour set list[edit]

  1. "Not Fade Away"
  2. "Walking The Dog"
  3. "Under The Boardwalk"
  4. "Little Red Rooster"
  5. "Around and Around
  6. "Heart of Stone"
  7. "Time Is On My Side"
  8. "It's All Over Now"

Tour dates[edit]

  • 22 January 1965 Sydney, Australia, Manufacturer’s Auditorium, Agricultural Hall (2 shows)
  • 23 January 1965 Sydney, Australia, Manufacturer’s Auditorium, Agricultural Hall (3 shows)
  • 25 January 1965 Brisbane, Australia, City Hall (2 shows)
  • 26 January 1965 Brisbane, Australia, City Hall (2 shows)
  • 27 January 1965 Sydney, Australia, Manufacturer’s Auditorium, Agricultural Hall (2 shows)
  • 28 January 1965 St. Kilda, Australia, Palais Theatre (2 shows)
  • 29 January 1965 St. Kilda, Australia, Palais Theatre (3 shows)
  • 1 February 1965 Christchurch, New Zealand, Theatre Royal (2 shows)
  • 2 February 1965 Invercargill, New Zealand, Civic Theatre (2 shows)
  • 3 February 1965 Dunedin, New Zealand, Town Hall (2 shows)
  • 6 February 1965 Auckland, New Zealand, Town Hall (2 shows)
  • 8 February 1965 Wellington, New Zealand, Town Hall (2 shows)
  • 10 February 1965 St. Kilda, Australia, Palais Theatre (2 shows)
  • 11 February 1965 Adelaide, Australia, Centennial Hall (2 shows)
  • 13 February 1965 Perth, Australia, Capitol Theatre (3 shows)
  • 16 February 1965 Singapore, Badminton Hall (2 shows)

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