One would think after dozens of tours that the years of glory and millions of screaming fans would take a toll on a man. However, the Rolling Stones never cease to amaze us as they announce their 2019 “No Filter” U.S. stadium tour. The legendary English rock group have performed over an astounding 2,000 concerts and there doesn’t appear to be any signs of slowing down. This 13 show tour will include some of the largest venues in the world with multiple stops in California, Florida, and more. Tickets will officially go on sale for these events at 10:00 a.m. on Nov. 30.
Although the band has primarily played across Europe for the past two years, they hold a dear adoration for their American fans. Mick Jagger voiced his love and recognition for these loyal listeners by stating: “It’s a thrill when we play stadiums in the States…The energy is always amazing!” To which Keith Richards passionately contributed: “I’ve always loved playing in the states. It’s a great crowd.” It is true that their absence has been upsetting to classic rock enthusiasts and concert-goers but these 13 shows will be a refreshing reminder of the incredible music The Rolling Stones have always blessed us with. True to their intoxicatingly dramatic style, the heart of their performances will consist of timeless hits such as “Gimme Shelter,” “Paint it Black,” and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” For more information on scheduled appearances, check the Rolling Stones’s website here. See tour dates below.
Fans hoping to catch a New York show on this tour will have to settle for stops in nearby Philadelphia, Foxboro or East Rutherford.
Rolling Stones “No Filter Tour” 2019
April 20 – Hard Rock Stadium – Miami Gardens, FL
April 24 – TIAA Bank Field – Jacksonville, FL
April 28 – NRG Stadium – Houston, TX
May 7 – State Farm Stadium – Glendale, AZ
May 11 – The Rose Bowl – Pasadena, CA
May 18 – Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, CA
May 22 – CenturyLink Field – Seattle, WA
May 26 – Broncos Stadium at Mile High – Denver, CO
May 31 – FedExField – Washington, D.C.
June 4 – Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, PA
June 8 – Gillette Stadium – Foxborough, MA
June 13 – MetLife Stadium – East Rutherford, NJ
June 21 – Soldier Field – Chicago, IL