They’re big, they’re back, and they’re planning to rock the stage like they never have before. The legendary rock-and-roll band The Rolling Stones are finally returning to the big stage this summer, selling out massive venues everywhere in what could very well be their final live tour ever. After a partnership with Alliance for Lifetime Income, the Stones plan to debut their ‘No Filter’ tour to thousands of loyal fans from around the fifty states.
Announced tour stops include locations all over the country in some of the largest stadiums ever built. So far, the band plans to visit:
- Soldier Field in Chicago, IL on June 21 and June 25
- Burl’s Creek Event Grounds in Ontario, Canada on June 29
- FedEx Field in Washington, DC on July 3
- Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA on July 7
- Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA on July 14
- TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, FL on July 19
- Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA on July 23
- NRG Stadium in Houston, TX on July 27
- MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ on August 1 and August 5
- Broncos Stadium at Mile High Denver, CO August 10
- CenturyLink Field in Seattle, WA on August 14
- Levi’s® Stadium in Santa Clara, CA on August 18
- The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA on August 22
- State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ on August 26
- Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, FL on August 31
After several month’s postponement for lead singer Mick Jagger’s medical treatment, the No Filter tour is scheduled to last the whole summer long in a show that certainly won’t disappoint.
Opening acts have been announced for each venue, giving audience-goers a real musical treat. Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, KALEO, and Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk are only a fraction of the diverse and talented musicians leading up to the reveal of The Rolling Stones’ biggest act yet.
No one can forget the iconic songs of these musical giants that still ring in the ears of rock-and-roll lovers everywhere. The Stone’s latest album release, HONK features some of their best collected works, from the 1971 hit “Brown Sugar” to the 2016 “I Hate to See You Go”. Fan favorites from albums like Sticky Fingers, Blue and Lonesome, Tattoo You, Exile on Main St., and Voodoo Lounge have defined the very soul of The Rolling Stones’ iconic music.
Part of the reason The Rolling Stones are so successful this late in their career is because of their unwavering commitment to their music and fans. Generations of rock-and-roll lovers have seen the passion, fortitude, and love that the Stones have for their work. Even through Mick Jagger’s own medical struggles over the many months leading up to the tour, he has consistently refused to step down from the No Filter tour. In his own immortalized words: “Wild horses couldn’t drag me away / Wild, wild horses we’ll ride them someday / Wild horses couldn’t drag me away / Wild, wild horses we’ll ride them some day.”
With tickets going on sale now at TicketNetwork, seating options will grow exponentially shorter over the coming days. If you want to be present for the biggest musical event of the summer, secure your spot today at The Rolling Stones’ No Filter tour.