The Rolling Stones are set to return to Athens, Greece, on Wednesday -- for the first time in 31 years -- to play a show for a sell-out crowd
that's set to
include Greek cabinet ministers, according to a Reuters report. The
Stones' last show in Athens was terminated mid-show when police concluded
that singer Mick Jagger's tossing red carnations into the audience
was a defiant show of support for communism, according to the report. This
year also has seen the Rolling Stones play Moscow for the first time.