The Rolling Stones will kick off their Australian tour at Perth Arena on March 19 next year.
The legendary English rockers' first WA date in nearly 20 years and fourth visit overall was unveiled overnight along with east coast shows, including a special performance at Hanging Rock in Victoria's Macedon Ranges, and a stadium concert in Auckland to end the tour on April 5.
The six dates around Australia and New Zealand were added to the Adelaide Oval gig announced last month.
The Perth Arena show will be the Rolling Stones' most intimate performance in WA since their first tour in 1965, when they played the 2200-capacity Capitol Theatre on a bill with Roy Orbison.
They last played Perth in 1995, when around 30,000 fans saw them rock Perry Lakes Stadium.
Promoter Michael Gudinski, who said bringing the Stones to Australia was the fulfilment of a lifelong ambition, guaranteed that the iconic group would only play one night at the arena.
"The only way it could be done was to do one show only because they only do five shows every two weeks," he said.
While he was still finalising pricing, Mr Gudinski said tickets would be "expensive" and reflect the cost of bringing arguably the greatest rock'n'roll band of all-time west for one indoor concert.
Despite premium tickets costing $510 each, more than 50,000 tickets to see the iconic musicians open the refurbished Adelaide Oval were snapped up last month.
At the arena next March around 500 cashed-up fans will get to watch Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts from inside a standing area in the shape of the Stones' famous tongue logo.
This year the Stones played similar sized arenas throughout the US, where they copped criticism for excessively high ticket prices.
Perhaps as a reaction to the bad publicity, the band will put "lucky dip" seats at the Australian shows on sale for $99 via their website on December 16.
The Rolling Stones celebrated half a century of rocking with the 50 and Counting tour, which started in October last year.
They made their long overdue debut at the Glastonbury Festival in late June before playing two massive shows at London's Hyde Park the following month to a combined audience of more than 120,000 fans.
The Australasian visit, billed as 14 On Fire, comes before the Stones have played any shows in Europe, besides two secret warm-up club gigs in Paris.
Guitarist Mick Taylor, who was a member of the band from 1969-74, will be a special guest on the tour.
Tickets go on sale December 16, with a presale from frontiertouring.com/rollingstones starting Monday.
The Rolling Stones Australia/ New Zealand 2014 tour dates
March 19 - Perth Arena
March 22 - Adelaide Oval (sold out)
March 25 - Sydney Allphones Arena
March 28 - Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
March 30 - Hanging Rock, Macedon Ranges
April 2 - Brisbane Entertainment Centre
April 5 - Auckland Mt Smart Stadium