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The Rolling Stones Bring Their Photo Exhibition To Adelaide

Rundle Place, Adelaide’s premier retail centre has secured the rights to display a Rolling Stones exhibition that was originally launched in London.

12Rundle Place, Adelaide’s premier retail centre has secured the rights to display a Rolling Stones exhibition that was originally launched in London to commemorate their incredible 50 year history and launch of the book The Rolling Stones 50.

Coinciding with The Rolling Stones sold out concert at Adelaide Oval on 22nd March; the exhibition will be displayed exclusively in Rundle Place from March 7th to 30th 2014 and is part of the celebrations for Rundle Place’s first birthday on 26 March.

The visual history of the greatest rock n roll band of all time, comprises a number of photographs featured in the book The Rolling Stones 50.

It is the official photographic exhibition of the band’s 50 years and includes many rare and a number of never before seen photos which are hung in retrospective order with the story behind the image.

With the exhibition photographers being some of the greatest and most celebrated rock and roll photographers of the time including Michael Putland, Jean-Marie Périer,  Bent Rej and Philip Townsend – the photographer for The Rolling Stones  first ever shoot- the opportunity to see these photos hanging in Rundle Place is one that should not be missed.

“From the day we opened our doors with the block party that took over Rundle Mall, to our incredible life-size chocolate closet and our Xmas display featuring the 2.4m high gingerbread house, Rundle Place has striven to stand out and offer visitors something different –something that Adelaide has not seen before.”

With its first birthday set for the same month as the biggest rock n roll band in the world brings its mammoth   Rolling Stones – 14 On Fire tour to officially open Adelaide Oval –the opportunity to align with that event was perfect.

The Rolling Stones 50 Years Exhibition, exclusive to Rundle Place, Adelaide.

Open 7th  –  30th  March – Entry is free.

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