The Rolling Stones have revealed a new concert film, Bridges To Buenos Aires, launching 8 November. Bob Dylan is rumoured to make a guest appearance on it.
Bridges To Buenos Aires comprises restored, remixed and remastered footage from the band’s last date on their Bridges To Babylon tour. The show, held on 5 April 1998, concluded a five-night residency at Buenos Aires’ River Plate Stadium.
Over two hours, the rock ’n’ roll icons doled out hit after hit, including crowd favourites like Flip The Switch, Saint Of Me, Thief In The Night, Gimme Shelter, Sister Morphine and more. As mentioned earlier, Zimmy makes a guest appearance at the show, surprising fans to join Mick Jagger on Like A Rolling Stone.
Bridges To Buenos Aires will be available in multiple formats: DVD and two CDs, Blu-ray and two CDs, digital video, digital audio, and limited-edition blue translucent 180gm triple vinyl. Pre-orders are now available. Watch the trailer above.
In other Rolling Stones-related news, the band have announced a special box set to celebrate Let It Bleed’s 50th anniversary. The seminal record is best remembered for evergreen hits like Gimme Shelter and Love In Vain. This release lands just a week before Bridges To Buenos Aires, on 1 November.
Pre-order Bridges To Buenos Aires at eagle-rock.com.