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The Rolling Stones Are Back On Tour For 2024 North American Tour

The Rolling Stones are back on tour, sixty years after their first trip to the U.S. The legendary rock band will start a 16-city tour in Houston on April 28 to promote their well-reviewed new album "Hackney Diamonds" and play songs from their long list of hits.

William Willis
Nov 23, 20236613 Shares94469 Views
The Rolling Stones are back on tour, sixty years after their first trip to the U.S. The legendary rock band will start a 16-city tour in Houston on April 28 to promote their well-reviewed new album "Hackney Diamonds" and play songs from their long list of hits.
The AARP-approved stadium tour will also stop in Las Vegas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles, among other places. The band will take a break on May 2 to play at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

The Rolling Stones Are Back On Tour

The Rolling Stones wearing black coats
The Rolling Stones wearing black coats
The Rolling Stones are going back to California. They have been together for 60 years. Two cities in North America will host shows on The Rolling Stones' North American stadium tour, which was announced on Tuesday.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood are still thought of as the original rock stars, even though they are in their 70s and 80s. They are famous for both their music and their wild lives. Sad to say, this is the Rolling Stones' first big tour since Charlie Watts, their drummer, died in 2021. Fans of the Rolling Stones should remember that Watts' death means they might not get many more chances to see the rock giants live.
The band's 26th American studio record, "Hackney Diamonds," just came out, and now you can hear about their tour.
Their fans have said that "Angry," the Stones' first song from their new album, is a return to form. Neil McCormick of the Telegraph called it their best single in 40 years. The music video for the song has already been seen over 22 million times. It stars "Euphoria" actor Sydney Sweeney, who is young enough to be Mick Jagger's great-granddaughter.
The band played songs from the new record for the first time at a small, invitation-only show at the Racket NYC club in October. They played some powerful new songs as well as old favorites like "Shattered" and "Jumpin' Jack Flash" with youthful energy. She sings on the record track "Sweet Sounds of Heaven," and she joined Jagger for a powerful duet.
The Rolling Stones' website has more information about the tour, and tickets will go on sale on December 1 at 10 a.m. local time.
  • April 28 - NRG Stadium, Houston
  • May 2 - Jazz Fest, New Orleans
  • May 7 - State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
  • May 11 - Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas
  • May 15 - Lumen Field, Seattle
  • May 23 - MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
  • May 30 - Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts
  • June 3 - Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida
  • June 7 - Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
  • June 11 - Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
  • June 15 - Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland
  • June 20 - Empower Field at Mile High, Denver
  • June 27 - Soldier Field, Chicago
  • July 5 - BC Place, Vancouver, British Columbia
  • July 10 - SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles
  • July 17 - Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California

Final Words

The Rolling Stones are going on tour in 2024 to promote their brand-new record, "Hackney Diamonds." This North American tour by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood will go to 16 places in the U.S. and Canada. It starts on April 28, 2024, in Houston and ends on July 17, 2024, in Santa Clara, California.
The famous British band says they will play some of their biggest hits, like "Start Me Up" and "Satisfaction," as well as fan-favorite deep cuts and songs from their most recent record, which is their first studio set with new music since 2005.
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