Legendary rock band The Rolling Stones have announced that they will embark on a tour of North America this summer.
Fans first got an inkling that something was stirring over at Stones HQ when the group posted the below tease on Instagram with the caption “feeling restless” earlier this week
They today confirmed the tease, again posting an announcement on Instagram, where the band talk about their excitement to get back on the road:
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It’s a new year, a new decade and we’re thrilled to announce a brand new Rolling Stones NO FILTER 2020 USA/CA tour! ?? ? There will be a special fan presale starting on Wednesday Feb 12 at 10am (local time) through to Thursday Feb 13 at 10pm (local time) head to rolling stones.com/tour for more info. Tickets go on general sale Friday February 14 ❤️ MAY 2020 08 – SDCCU Stadium SAN DIEGO, CA 12 – BC Place VANCOUVER, BC 16 – U.S Bank Stadium MINNEAPOLIS, MN 20 – Nissan Stadium NASHVILLE, TN 24 – Circuit of The Americas AUSTIN, TX 29 – Cotton Bowl Stadium DALLAS, TX JUNE 2020 06 – New Era Field BUFFALO, NY 10 – Ford Field DETROIT, MI 14 – Cardinal Stadium LOUISVILLE, KY 19 – FirstEnergy Stadium CLEVELAND, OH 23 – Heinz Field PITTSBURGH, PA 27 – The Dome at America’s Center ST. LOUIS, MO JULY 2020 01 – Bank of America Stadium CHARLOTTE, NC 05 – Raymond James Stadium TAMPA, FL 09 – Mercedes-Benz Stadium ATLANTA, GA #therollingstones #StonesNoFilter #tour #nofilter2020 #live
Fittingly enough for a tour announced through Instagram, it’s entitled No Filter. The run of stadium dates will take place over May, June and July of this year, starting in San Diego, and ending in Atlanta – stopping off across most of North America.
Tickets for No Filter go on general sale next Friday (14 February). Find out more at rollingstones.com. The full list of dates announced is below:
- 8 – SDCCU Stadium, San Diego, California
- 12 – BC Place, Vancouver, British Columbia
- 16 – U.S Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
- 20 – Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee
- 24 – Circuit of The Americas, Austin, Texas
- 29 – Cotton Bowl Stadium, Dallas, Texas
- 6 – New Era Field, Buffalo, New York
- 10 – Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan
- 14 – Cardinal Stadium, Louisville, Kentucky
- 19 – FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio
- 23 – Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
- 27 – The Dome at America’s Center, St. Louis, Missouri
- 1 – Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina
- 5 – Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
- 9 – Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia.
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