The Stone Roses are to follow up their homecoming shows at Manchester's Heaton Park with a gig in Hong Kong later this month.
The legendary British band will play in Hong Kong for the first time on July 24, with fans expecting to hear hits from their classic debut album.
Last year the band announced, to huge excitement among fans, they would reunite for a world tour. It is thought the first two shows in the UK sold 150,000 tickets in fewer than 15 minutes.
The indie band, who pioneered the 'Madchester' scene alongside the Happy Mondays, released their eponymous debut album in 1989 and were lauded with praise from critics and fans before splitting up in the mid-Nineties after releasing their second album.
Now band members Ian Brown, John Squire, Gary Mounfield and Alan Wren will perform at AsiaWorld-Arena as part of the global tour which marks their comeback.
The venue is easily accessible by train and has direct links to air and ports.
Fans can purchase tickets for the concert for between HK$388 and HK$988 (£32.30 and £82.20).
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