The Rolling Stones have confirmed that they don't have any "firm" plans to tour in 2011, despite details of a lawsuit suggesting something was in the works.
News that the group could return to the live scene emerged Tuesday (1 February) after court papers from a dispute between concert group Live Nation and Michael Cohl, who has produced tours for the Stones over the last two decades, showed a disagreement over an upcoming tour.
Mick Jagger and Co didn’t go as far as saying that they wouldn’t tour this year but a spokesperson for the group said: "The Stones confirmed today they have no firm plans to tour at this time.”
The Rolling Stones are among the headliner rumours for Glastonbury Festival 2011 alongside U2 and Coldplay.
In our blogs section, two VF journalists argue whether or not The Rollings Stones should headline Glastonbury.
Jessie J, Fatboy Slim, The Coral, Beyonce and Rihanna are among the other Glastonbury Festival rumours.
Glastonbury Festival tickets are currently sold out with re-sale tickets expected to go on sale in the spring.