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TOUR DATES: 2022-2024

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January 4th            Skegness - Private Function

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January 11th          Cobham 

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February 24th          Havant - Spring Arts Centre

March 1st                Carlisle - Brickyard

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March 16th              Southwold Arts Centre

March 22nd             Belgium - Izegem

March 23rd              Eastleigh - Concorde  

April 1 2 th                  Faversham - The Alex

April 18th                  Portugal  - Casino Estoril

April 20th                 High Wycombe Arts Centre

April 25th                  Unavailable*(SE)

April 26th                 Unavailable* (SE)

April 27th                  Verwood Hub

May 10th                  Unavailable* (SW)

May 11th                  Stamford

May 18th                  Cardiff - Acapela Studio

May 19th                  Luxembourg

May 24th                  Netherlands  - Gouda

May 25th                  Netherlands - Lisse

May 26th                  Netherlands - Heino

May 30th                  Brierley Hill - Civic Hall

May 31st                  Northwich -  Memorial Hall

June 8th                   Unavailable* (E)

June 9th                   Unavailable (Spain)

June 20th                 Unavailable*(Mids)

June 23rd                 Belgium - Kampenhout

June 27th                  Unavailable* (NW)  

June 28th                 Swansea - Patti Pavilion            

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June 30th                 Netherlands -tbc

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July 6th                    Private function-Swindon

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July 14th                  Unavailable* (N)

July 17th                  France - Marseille

July 19th                  Portugal tbc

July 20th                  Shrewsbury - Woodshrop Festival

July 26th                  Unavailable* (E)

July 27th                  Hornbeam Charity Festival

July 28th                  Aldershot - Picnic and Pop

August 3rd               Folkestone - Bandstand

August 4th               Unavailable* (S)

August 9th               Unavailable* (SE)

August 15th             Eastbourne - Bandstand

August 17th             Poland - Gdansk

August 22nd            France -tbc

August 24th             France - tbc

August 24th             France - Villeneuve, Nice

August 25th             Chepstow - Castell Roc

August 30th             Unavailable* (N)

August 31st             Unavailable* (N)

September 1st        Spain private function

September 6th        Unavailable*(SE)

September 27th      Lancaster - private function

September 8th        Unavailable* (S)   

September 14th      Herne Bay - Theatre in the Park

September 15th      Unavailable* (SE)

September 19th      Unavailable* (SW)

September 20th      Frome - Cheese and Grain

September 22nd     Broadstairs - Pavilion

October 5th              Unavailable* (Mids)

October 19th            Cliffe - Memorial Hall

October 20th            Unavailable*(SE)

October 26th            Whitstable

November 23rd       

November 27th       Bahrain

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February 8th      Tenerife

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April  4th             TBC

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April 26th            Oxted - The Barn

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February 11th       France – Bordeaux

February 17th       Cranbrook  - Vestry Hall    https://www.wegottickets.com/event/564462

February 24th       Richmond 

February 25th       Kent - private function

March 2nd             Cobham, Kent – https://twowomenevents.com

March 3rd              Great Yarmouth – Legends of Rock

March 17th            Preston - Private party

March 18th            Brierley Hill – Civic Hall

March 25th            Unavailable*  (Mids)

April 8th                  Netherlands - Assendelft 

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May 13th               Eastbourne – Bandstand

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June 29th               Croatia - Karlovac Festival

June 30th              Croatia - Karlovac Festival

July 2nd                Horsley Towers Surrey

July 7th                 Camper Jam Festival -  Shropshire (PM SLOT AVAILABLE)

July 8th                 Bingham - BFest (PM SLOT AVAILABLE)

July 9th                 Claygate, Surrey

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July 28th               Teign Valley -  Sheldon open air theatre 

July 29th                Didcot - Cornerstone Arts

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August 5th            France –  Hippodrome de la Chataigneraie de Luxé en Charente

August 17th          Yorkshire - Tribfest

August 19th          Netherlands - Merkelbeek

August 20th          Netherlands - Gouda

August 25th          Switzerland - Geneva

August 26th          Poland - Festival Warsaw

August 27th          Herne Bay - Kent Tribute Festival, Strode Park

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September 2nd    Kingston ACT Theatre

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September 9th      Cardiff – Acapella Studio

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September 30th   London - private function

October 5th            Bingley Arts Centre

October 6th           Unavailable*   (N) 

October 7th            Edinburgh - Assembly Rooms

October 8th           Lancaster - tbc

October 13th         Portugal - Lisbon

October 19th         Unavailable*   (S)

October 20th         Kent - private function

October 27th         tbc

November 3rd       Unavailable* (E)

November 4th       Broadstairs - Pavilion

November 18th     Dartford 

November 18th      Nuneaton - Queens Hall

November 25th      Tamworth - Assembly Rooms

November 30th     Unavailable* (S) tbc

December 2nd       Kent - Private Function

December 9th       Trading Boundaries, E.Sussex

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January 20th       Cobham Church  -  https://twowomenevents.com

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January 28th       Cardiff - Acapella Studio   -  https://www.acapela.co.uk

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March 26th          Brierley Hill Civic Hall - https://boxoffice.bhillcivic.co.uk/show/42/

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June 2nd              Spain Puerto Banus

June 3rd               Uckfield Trading Boundaries - https://www.tradingboundaries.com

June 10th             Belgium – Antwerp, Private function

June 11th             Belgium – Herentals, RoxyFest

June 18th             Bournemouth Legends Festival

June 19th             Poland –Warsaw, Grunt i Woda

June 25th             Slovakia –Bratislava, NTC Arena

June 26th             Spain – Marbella, Undercover Festival

July 2nd                Switzerland - Le Locle

July 3rd                Hastings - Private function

July 9th                 Swindon - Legends Festival

July 12th              100 Club - Stones 60th Anniversary

July 21st               Unavailable* (N)

July 22nd             Unavailable*  (N)

July 24th              Lewes - Chiddfest

July 30th              Sevenoaks - Private function

August 6th           Chartres - https://allevents.in/chartres/chartrestivales-2022-not-the-rolling-stones/200023004952909

August 12th         Warsaw - Hard Rock Cafe

August 13th         Warsaw - Undercover festival

August 19th         Unavailable*  (N)

Sept 2nd              Herne Bay - Strode Park Theatre

Sept 3rd               Verwood - Verwood Hub https://www.dorsetcouncil.gov.uk/not-the-rolling-stones-at-verwood-hub

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Sept 11th              Canterbury - Private function

Sept 18th              Unavailable*  (W)

Sept 22nd             Burton on Trent - Private function

Sept 23rd              Tattershall - Vintage and Retro, Tattershall Lakes

Sept 24th              Cardiff - Acapella Studio

October 2nd          Aylesbury – Private function

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December 10th     Havant – Spring Arts Centre https://www.ents24.com/havant-events/the-spring-arts-and-heritage-centre/not-the-rolling-stones/6553246

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December 17th     Marbella - Festival Lla Arte

December 29th     Switzerland - Delemont

January 11th      Unavailable*(Scot)

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The Rolling Stones Announce 2024 Stadium Tour in Support of 'Hackney Diamonds' Album — See the Dates!

The Rolling Stones' upcoming 16-date run marks the U.K. rock band's first U.S. concerts since 2019's No Filter Tour

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The Rolling Stones are taking Hackney Diamonds to North America!

On Tuesday, the legendary U.K. rock band announced the Stones Tour '24 Hackney Diamonds, sponsored by AARP, a 16-date run of stadium concerts across the United States and Canada set for next year.

Kicking off April 28 in Houston, the Rolling Stones will perform shows in cities including New Orleans, Las Vegas, Seattle, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and more before wrapping on July 17 in Santa Ana, California.

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The Stones Tour '24 Hackney Diamonds marks the "Jumpin' Jack Flash" group's first time returning to the U.S. for an official string of concerts since 2019's No Filter Tour — as well as its first since the death of longtime drummer Charlie Watts in August 2021.

Tickets for the upcoming tour go on sale Dec. 1 at 10 a.m. local time, with more information available at the Rolling Stones' website .

Before releasing Hackney Diamonds last month, the band held an intimate concert at club Racket in New York City, where members Mick Jagger , Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood performed songs including such as “Shattered,” “Angry,” “Whole Wide World” and "Jumpin' Jack Flash."

The performance also included the live debut of Hackney Diamonds track "Sweet Sounds of Heaven" with a surprise appearance from Lady Gaga , who provides guest vocals on the song.

The Stones  announced  Hackney Diamonds   at a press event in London earlier this month, where Jagger, Richards and Wood took the stage to talk to  Jimmy Fallon  about the album.

"We wouldn't have put this album out if we didn't really like it," Jagger, 80, said to Fallon. "We must say that we are quite pleased with it. We’re not big-headed but we hope you like it."

In an emotional moment, the trio also touched on what it was like to record the album without Watts. "Ever since Charlie’s gone it’s different, he’s number four," Richards, 79, said. "He’s missing, he’s up there. Of course he's missed incredibly."

See below for the full list of Stones Tour '24 Hackney Diamonds dates.

April 28 - Houston, TX - NRG Stadium

May 2 - New Orleans, LA - Jazz Fest

May 7 - Glendale, AZ - State Farm Stadium

May 11 - Las Vegas, NV - Allegiant Stadium

May 15 - Seattle, WA - Lumen Field

May 23 - East Rutherford, NJ - MetLife Stadium

May 30 - Foxborough, MA - Gillette Stadium

June 3 - Orlando, FL - Camping World Stadium

June 7 - Atlanta, GA - Mercedes-Benz Stadium

June 11 - Philadelphia, PA - Lincoln Financial Field

June 15 - Cleveland, OH - Cleveland Browns Stadium

June 20 - Denver, CO - Empower Field at Mile High

June 27 - Chicago, IL - Soldier Field

July 5 - Vancouver, BC - BC Place

July 10 - Los Angeles, CA - SoFi Stadium

July 17 - Santa Clara, CA - Levi's Stadium

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The Rolling Stones Announce 2024 North American Tour

By Jazz Monroe

Keith Richards Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood

The Rolling Stones are headed back to North America. The band will hit the road behind Hackney Diamonds next spring, including dates at Inglewood’s SoFi Stadium and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. See the itinerary below.

The Rolling Stones marked the release of Hackney Diamonds with a release show featuring Lady Gaga , who sings on the album’s “ Sweet Sounds of Heaven .” Stevie Wonder also appears on the studio version of the track.

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04-28 Houston, TX - NRG Stadium 05-02 New Orleans, LA - New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 05-07 Glendale, AZ - State Farm Stadium - Glendale, AZ 05-11 Las Vegas, NV - Allegiant Stadium 05-15 Seattle, WA - Lumen Field 05-23 East Rutherford, NJ - MetLife Stadium 05-30 Foxborough, MA - Gillette Stadium 06-03 Orlando, FL - Camping World Stadium 06-07 Atlanta, GA - Mercedes-Benz Stadium 06-11 Philadelphia, PA - Lincoln Financial Field 06-15 Cleveland, OH - Cleveland Browns Stadium 06-20 Denver, CO - Empower Field at Mile High 06-27 Chicago, IL - Soldier Field 07-05 Vancouver, British Columbia- BC Place 07-10 Inglewood, CA - SoFi Stadium 07-17 Santa Clara, CA - Levi’s Stadium

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The Rolling Stones are going back on tour: How to get tickets to the 16 stadium dates

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Six decades after their first U.S. tour, the Rolling Stones are still commandeering stages.

The venerable rockers will embark on a 16-city jaunt April 28 in Houston to support their well-received new album , “Hackney Diamonds,” and plug into their extensive hits parade.

The stadium tour, sponsored by the age-appropriate AARP , will also hit cities including Las Vegas, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Los Angeles. The band will detour May 2 to play the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time Dec. 1 via ticketmaster.com.

It hasn't been too long since the band worked stadium stages: In September 2021, they resumed their No Filter tour , which had been on a 16-month pandemic delay.

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The Stones – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood – are basking in a bit of a studio revival with “Hackney Diamonds,” their first new album since 2005 .

The album debuted at No. 1 on the U.K. albums chart and No. 3 on the Billboard 200 album chart, making them the first act with a top 10 album each decade since the 1960s.

The single, “Angry,” is nominated for best rock song at the Grammy Awards on Feb. 4. (The band has three career wins .)

“Hackney Diamonds” is also the Stones’ first album since drummer Charlie Watts died in 2021.

The band premiered songs from the album at an intimate, invitation-only show of a few hundred people at the Racket NYC club in October, running through a handful of visceral new tracks and leaning into classics including “Shattered” and “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” with youthful vigor. Lady Gaga, who sings on the album track “Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” joined Jagger for a thunderous duet.

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The Rolling Stones 2024 tour dates

  • 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 

The Rolling Stones announce tour dates for 2024 across North America

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Last month, The Rolling Stones released  “Hackney Diamonds,”  their first album of original material in 18 years.

Tuesday, the legendary English band announced they’re taking it on the road.

Starting on April 28 in Houston and concluding in Santa Clara, California, on July 17, the Stones will make their way across the U.S. and Canada.

The tour hits 16 major cities, including New Orleans, Las Vegas, Seattle, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Denver, Chicago, Los Angeles and Vancouver, British Columbia.

Fans can expect to experience the Stones’ most popular hits as well as new tracks from “Hackney Diamonds.”

The Stones last performed across the U.S. in 2021 for their No Filter tour, marking the first time the band had toured without drummer Charlie Watts since 1963. Watts, the self-effacing and unshakeable Rolling Stones drummer who helped anchor one of rock’s greatest rhythm sections,  died in August 2021. He was 80.

Tickets for the Stones’ North American Hackney Diamonds tour go on sale on Dec. 1.

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As expected, the Rolling Stones have announced they are going back on the road in 2024 behind their recently released “ Hackney Diamonds” album . The group, led by core members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ron Wood, will perform in 16 cities across the U.S. and Canada, playing a combination of classics, deep cuts and songs from the new album, according to the announcement. The tour, which launches on April 28 and wraps on July 17, is promoted by AEG Presents’ Concerts West.

The announcement does not come as a surprise, even as the core trio passes or approaches their 80 th birthdays. The group has toured nearly every year this century and played a surprise seven-song set in New York last month , performing several new songs publicly for the first time as well as a handful of classics.

The group last played North America on the “No Filter” tour in 2021, just weeks after the death of drummer Charlie Watts, who had missed exactly one concert since joining the group in 1962. The forthcoming tour hits most major markets, along with a stop at the 2024 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival for a special performance on May 2. Full tour routing is below.

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Rolling Stones Announce 2024 North American Tour

The Rolling Stones will tour North America next year. Opening night is April 28 in Houston.

This is the first time the band will be performing stateside in over two years. They resumed touring in September 2021 after the death of Charlie Watts in August. Those were their first-ever dates without the band's co-founding drummer.

You can view a complete list of dates below.

Steve Jordan, a longtime member of Keith Richards ' X-Pensive Winos band, served as his replacement. Prior to that, some fans had speculated about whether the Rolling Stones would continue performing at all.

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"Some people said, 'Oh, well, Charlie, died. He should have not done the tour and stopped,'" Mick Jagger told  Apple Music 1 after the 2021 U.S. No Filter tour launched, "and then other people would think, 'Well...,' But the thing about the Rolling Stones, I think, throughout their career has been their resilience in the face of adversity. And we've had ups and downs — mostly ups, to be honest. We've had adversity, and this was probably one of the most difficult ones."

Richards echoed that sentiment in 2022, as the Stones celebrated their 60th anniversary as a band with concerts in Europe and the U.K. "Sixty years is a hell of a long time. How do you do that?” he told American Songwriter . "I think the most important thing is that the people in the band want to stay together. That helps! We had our ups and downs, of course. But in the end, we always noticed that we are more creative together."

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The Rolling Stones recently released a new studio album, titled Hackney Diamonds , their first album of new material since 2005. Two songs feature Watts, while Jordan is featured elsewhere. "It'll be interesting to find out the dynamics now that Steve's in the band," Richards told CBS Sunday Morning . "It's sort of metamorphosing into something else."

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THE ROLLING STONES Announce Spring/Summer 2024 North American Tour

THE ROLLING STONES are going back on the road with a brand-new tour performing in 16 cities across the U.S. and Canada. Fans can expect to experience Mick Jagger , Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood play their most popular hits ranging from "Start Me Up" , "Gimme Shelter" , "Jumpin' Jack Flash" , "Satisfaction" and more, as well as fan favorite deep cuts and music from their new album "Hackney Diamonds" . The legendary rockers will be returning to the road following the success of their history-making and chart-topping studio album "Hackney Diamonds" , which has just received a Grammy nomination for the project's lead single "Angry" . Showcasing a new stage and high energy that only THE STONES can bring as one of the world's most iconic artists ever, this tour will guarantee a show to remember. The United States last hosted the rock n' roll giants during their critically acclaimed "No Filter" tour in 2021, which sold out stadiums across the country while becoming one of the highest-grossing concert tours of all time.

The "Stones Tour '24 Hackney Diamonds" sponsored by AARP is set to kick off April 28, 2024 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, with stops in Las Vegas, Glendale, East Rutherford, Seattle, Foxboro, Orlando, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Denver, Chicago, Vancouver, Los Angeles and Santa Clara. THE STONES will also make a stop at this year's New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival for a special performance on May 2. Full tour routing is below.

This past October, THE ROLLING STONES took over a New York City club, Racket NYC, to celebrate the release of "Hackney Diamonds" and turned it into a rock show, garnering rave reviews and giving the lucky audience a taste of what's to come. Tried and tested, these songs are ready to hit the stadiums following their incredible preview…

"Hackney Diamonds" is their first studio set of new material since 2005's "A Bigger Bang" . Since then, THE STONES have continued to smash box office records on a series of global sell-out tours and released 2016's Grammy Award -winning "Blue & Lonesome" , which featured their brilliant versions of many of the blues tracks that helped shape their sound, and topped album charts around the world. Last year, they thrilled European audiences totaling nearly a quarter of a million on the anniversary "Sixty" tour. THE ROLLING STONES have sold over 250 million albums worldwide.

AEG Presents ' Concerts West is the promoter of the "Stones Tour '24 Hackney Diamonds" .

"Stones Tour '24 Hackney Diamonds" tour dates:

April 28 - NRG Stadium - Houston, TX May 2 - Jazz Fest - New Orleans, LA May 7 - State Farm Stadium - Glendale, AZ May 11 - Allegiant Stadium - Las Vegas, NV May 15 - Lumen Field - Seattle, WA May 23 - MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ May 30 - Gillette Stadium - Foxboro, MA June 3 - Camping World Stadium - Orlando, FL June 7 - Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, GA June 11 - Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, PA June 15 - Cleveland Browns Stadium - Cleveland, OH June 20 - Empower Field at Mile High - Denver, CO June 27 - Soldier Field - Chicago, IL July 5 - BC Place - Vancouver, BC July 10 - SoFi Stadium - Los Angeles, CA July 17 - Levi's Stadium - Santa Clara, CA

Last month, THE ROLLING STONES achieved a significant milestone by claiming their 14th Number 1 album in the United Kingdom with "Hackney Diamonds" , outperforming all other albums in the Top 5 in terms of sales.

In its first week, "Hackney Diamonds" amassed an impressive 72,200 chart units, making it the third highest-selling album of 2023 so far.

With 11 different studio albums reaching the top spot, THE ROLLING STONES have now tied with THE BEATLES , Robbie Williams and Bruce Springsteen , all of whom also have 11 studio albums that reached Number 1 on the U.K.'s Official Albums Chart.

Additionally, "Hackney Diamonds" claimed the top position on the Official Vinyl Albums Chart, marking the album with the highest number of copies sold in the vinyl format the week of its release, and making it the biggest week for vinyl sales of any album this year.

The 12-track album, was recorded in various locations around the world, including Henson Recording Studios , Los Angeles; Metropolis Studios , London; Sanctuary Studios , Nassau, Bahamas; Electric Lady Studios , New York; and The Hit Factory / Germano Studios , also in New York.

"Hackney Diamonds" album opener, the aforementioned "Angry" , is followed by a further 11 tracks. Late drummer Charlie Watts features on two tracks, "Mess It Up" and "Live By The Sword" . "Live By The Sword" additionally features bass from former STONES bassist Bill Wyman . "Bite My Head Off" has bass from Paul McCartney , and "Get Close" and "Live By The Sword" feature piano from Elton John .

In September, THE STONES launched the album at a globally livestreamed event from Hackney Empire in East London. The livestream was followed by the premiere of the video for "Angry" starring Emmy -nominated actress Sydney Sweeney ( "The White Lotus" , "Euphoria" , "The Handmaid's Tale" ),which to date has had over 22 million views.

"Hackney Diamonds" marks THE ROLLING STONES ' first collaboration with New York-born producer and musician Andrew Watt , who was named "Producer Of The Year" at the 2021 Grammy Awards and has worked with Post Malone , Iggy Pop and Elton John .

The bespoke artwork for "Hackney Diamonds" is by digital animator Paulina Almira .

THE ROLLING STONES ' new LP is the first since Watts died in 2021.

THE ROLLING STONES released a new track, "Living In A Ghost Town" , in 2020.

In 2016, the band released "Blue & Lonesome" , a covers collection paying tribute to old-school blues.

Photo credit: Mark Seliger

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The Rolling Stones Announce ’24 Hackney Diamonds Tour Dates

The Rolling Stones Announce '24 Hackney Diamonds Tour Dates

The iconic British rock band, The Rolling Stones , have revealed their upcoming North American tour, The Rolling Stones ’24 Hackney Diamonds Tour. The tour consists of 16 stadium concerts set to take place in 2024.

Considering all the band members are in their late 70s, it’s apropos that AARP it the tour sponsor. The eagerly awaited tour will start on April 28 in Houston and encompass cities such as New Orleans, Las Vegas, Seattle, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and others, ending on July 17 in Santa Ana, California .

The Rolling Stones North American Tour Dates

This much-awaited tour is the first time The Rolling Stones will return to the United States for a series of shows since their 2019 No Filter Tour . It also marks their first tour after the passing of their longtime drummer, Charlie Watts , in August 2021 . Fans eager to attend these concerts can purchase tickets from Dec. 1 at 10 a.m. local time, with further details available on The Rolling Stones ‘ official website.

The band, consisting of Mick Jagger , Keith Richards , and Ronnie Wood , celebrated the release of Hackney Diamonds with an intimate performance at Racket in New York City. The setlist featured songs like “ Shattered ,” “ Angry ,” “ Whole Wide World ,” and the classic “ Jumpin’ Jack Flash .” Moreover, the live debut of Hackney Diamonds track “ Sweet Sounds of Heaven ” saw a surprise appearance from none other than Lady Gaga , who lent her vocals to the song.

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The Stones First Video Features Sydney Sweeney

The first single from the new album, Hackney Diamonds , is a rocking track entitled, “ Angry “. The song is reminiscent of traditional stones tunes like Start Me Up and several from Steel Wheels . And it doesn’t hurt that the video features a beautiful, black leather clad Syndey Sweeney rocking out in a convertible cruising the Los Angeles streets.

At a press event in London earlier this month, the band members shared their satisfaction with the new album, relating they wouldn’t release an album in which they did not believe. They also spoke about the emotional experience of recording without Charlie Watts , acknowledging his absence and the impact on them.

When asked by CBS News anchor Anthony Mason if it was emotional recording without Charlie , Mick Jagger said, “ Of course it’s emotional. But you have to get past that in life, you know? I love Charlie …  but I still want to carry on making music. ” 

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Will Hackney Diamonds be the last Rolling Stones Album?

Rolling Stones Announce 2024 Hackney Diamonds Tour

As the band members are well into their 70s, it’s natural to wonder if this will be the last album from The Rolling Stones . But not so, according to Keith Richards . In an article with Guitar Magazine Richards said, “ I’ve never even come close to wrapping up the Stones’ story. Making music is still quite exciting for me. ”

Rolling Stones Announce 2024 Hackney Diamonds Tour

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In the CBS news interview mentioned above, The Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood said of Mick Jagger , “ He’s singing the best he’s ever sang, I think, now. That’s another reason we’ve got to keep going. When you’ve got it, flaunt it, you know? ”

Below is the complete list of The Rolling Stones ’24 Hackney Diamonds tour dates:

  • April 28 – Houston, TX – NRG Stadium
  • May 2 – New Orleans, LA – Jazz Fest
  • May 7 – Glendale, AZ – State Farm Stadium
  • May 11 – Las Vegas, NV – Allegiant Stadium
  • May 15 – Seattle, WA – Lumen Field
  • May 23 – East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium
  • May 30 – Foxborough, MA – Gillette Stadium
  • June 3 – Orlando, FL – Camping World Stadium
  • June 7 – Atlanta, GA – Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • June 11 – Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field
  • June 15 – Cleveland, OH – Cleveland Browns Stadium
  • June 20 – Denver, CO – Empower Field at Mile High
  • June 27 – Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
  • July 5 – Vancouver, BC – BC Place
  • July 10 – Los Angeles, CA – SoFi Stadium
  • July 17 – Santa Clara, CA – Levi’s Stadium

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Dream Theater on Emotional Mike Portnoy Reunion, First 40th Anniversary Tour Dates

By Kory Grow

Mike Portnoy cannot remember the last time he sat for an interview as a member of Dream Theater , the band he left in 2010. And nobody in the prolific prog-metal band can remember the last time all five musicians took part in an interview together. The drummer, who returned to the band last year, says he’s looking forward to it, though, as he finds a seat between guitarist John Petrucci and vocalist James LaBrie in the live room of the group’s Long Island, New York studio/HQ.

“We didn’t do group interviews for a while,” Petrucci tells Rolling Stone .

“The more people you have involved in an interview,” LaBrie says, “It can be a problem.” He smiles and deadpans, “See you later,” and stands up. But then he settles back into his seat, and it’s clear the group feels reinvigorated after Portnoy’s return.

When asked what they’ve been up to, Petrucci says, “Specifically this,” and plays an angular guitar riff, smiling. In addition to the album, they’re in the first stages of planning what will be their 40th anniversary tour (even though 2024 is Dream Theater’s 39th year), which kicks off in Europe in October. The first date will take place at London’s O2 Arena on Oct. 20, and the full routing is below the Q&A. But even a year early, the trek is a victory lap for the band.

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To accommodate the drummer and his apartment-sized kit, they refurbished their whole HQ, which looks like an unassuming warehouse in suburban Long Island, expanding their main studio since, quite frankly, all of his drums wouldn’t fit. For nearly two months now, they’ve been spending six days a week together, sometimes working 10 hours a stretch. “We’re deep in the process, but it’s been great,” Portnoy says.

“We are on our sixth song,” Petrucci says. “We’re still in the process, so we don’t know how many songs we’ll actually have.” About a week after the Rolling Stone interview, though, Portnoy posted to Instagram that he had finished recording his drum tracks for the album. As each of the five musicians says during an interview that lasts a little over an hour, Portnoy’s return was meant to be.

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James LaBrie: What was evident to each of us was there was a familiarity. The chemistry was there. It was like somebody threw me in a time warp. It’s like we picked up from where we left off [with him].

Why did the four of you want Mike to return? LaBrie: I think we had to return the band back to its strongest form.

Petrucci: It wasn’t one singular thing; it was sort of a series of life events that caused an organic conclusion. We all talked about it. It was like, “Yeah, this makes sense right now.”

Jordan Rudess: There’s so many factors involved, and each of us has our particular relationships. And it was just a moment when everything seemed to come together, and we went, “You know what? Let’s do this. Now’s the time.”

John Myung: It was a collective moment of certainty.

Petrucci: That sounds like an album title. [ All laugh ].

Mike, did it surprise you when they invited you back into the band? Portnoy: Before the Covid pandemic, if you had asked me or any of these guys, “Was a reunion in the cards?” I probably would’ve said, “I doubted that it could happen.” I think if the lockdown hadn’t happened, you guys probably would’ve been on tour, and I would’ve been on tour with one of my 48 bands.

But once we were all locked down, John asked me to play on his solo album. Then, from there, Jordan, John, and myself did the Liquid Tension Experiment album. And then I did John’s tour. So there were just these series of events of reconnecting us — not only on a musical level but also on a personal level for many years prior to that.

All of our families are friends. And my daughter and John’s daughter shared an apartment together for many, many years. And John Myung lives right down the block from me, and his wife’s at my house every night. There was just a series of events both personally and musically that started to feel like, “Well, maybe this really is in the cards. Maybe this is the right time.”

Petrucci: When Mike left the band, it was traumatic for all of us. We had to figure out how we were going to move our career forward. And those years that went by, they were also healing years because you don’t just have something like that happen, and all of a sudden, you’re all best buddies a week later. There’s some trauma there that had to heal. Thirteen years was enough time for that to happen and be like, “Hey, you know what, man? We love each other like we’re brothers.”

How did you all move past the war of words in the press? Petrucci: I don’t think it matters anymore.

Portnoy: Well, now it definitely doesn’t matter anymore. But no question, the first couple of years [after I left], it was dramatic. It was difficult on a personal level, and living in the age of social media didn’t help things because every single interview or comment got twisted and blown up and dissected and taken out of context. But once I saw each of these guys individually before we got back as a band, to me, all that bullshit and drama melted away.

[ Portnoy turns to LaBrie ]. I don’t know if it’s uncomfortable to talk about, but the last person I reconnected with was James. I’ll speak for myself, but when we finally connected, and we saw each other in person, all that shit just melted away within seconds.

How was that moment for you, James? LaBrie: It was pretty intense. It was overwhelming for me because, for one, I was thinking about the show that night. It was at the Beacon Theatre in New York. And for two, there’s this guy that wants to meet me that is my brother, and I have to accept him back into my life. And it was very emotional because we had gone through what we had gone through.

Did you have doubts about seeing him again? LaBrie: To be honest with you, I called my wife, and I said, “Mike’s here. He wants to see me.” And she said, “You got to do it because this is your brother. This is somebody that created who and what you are today. Move through it, and you’ll be happier. Take the monkey off your fucking back.”

Mike, that Beacon show was your first time seeing Dream Theater. What did you think? Portnoy: It sucked without me. [ All laugh ]. Well, I wasn’t watching them to be critical; it was more of just an emotional thing. But it was surreal seeing the band since the three of us formed the band when we were teenagers. We formed it at Berklee College of Music when we were 18 years old, and we had 25 years together before I left the band. So it was weird to be on the other side of the stage hearing “Pull Me Under” and on top of it all, it was magnified by the fans. They saw me sitting there watching the band. I was trying to not bring any attention to myself, but it was hard with a blue beard sticking out from my hood.

LaBrie: I brought attention to the fact.

Portnoy: Yeah, James pointed me out. I was like, “Oh, man, thanks a lot.”

How did watching the show make you feel? Portnoy: I’d be lying if I didn’t say that it made me miss the band. During those 13 years, I would watch from the sidelines, just kind of keeping tabs. I didn’t really stay fully involved with what these guys were doing because, honestly, it hurt. They’d put out a new album, and I would always listen to it once or twice, just out of curiosity. But it was painful. So it took me many, many years to be able to go see a Dream Theater show.

How did Mike Mangini take the news that you were inviting Mike Portnoy back? Petrucci: He understood immediately the move that we were making. And he accepted it and welcomed that change in a really gracious way.

LaBrie: It felt right to him.

Petrucci: It made this whole process start on a positive note.

Mike, are there songs from the Mangini albums they made without you that you’d like to play live? Petrucci: I don’t think he knows any of them. [ All laugh ].

Portnoy: One of the things we discussed with me coming back was about set lists for future tours. And John and the guys were open to me taking the reins back [in making them]. But with that came the discussion: what are we going to do with all the stuff from the last 13 years?

Petrucci: Yeah, you need to research.

Petrucci: No, absolutely not. Especially not the Grammy Award-winning [“The Alien”]. Did I just say that?

Portnoy: Geez.

LaBrie: The irony in that is I don’t want to play that song.

In the past, you’ve done tours billed as “An Evening With Dream Theater,” where you don’t have support acts and you play longer. Is that what this upcoming tour will be? Petrucci: Yeah. And we’re billing it as our 40th-anniversary tour. It coincidentally coincides with us being together for 40 years.

Myung: I got a brainstorm. [ All look ]. We’ll do five nights at Radio City, tonight we’ll do a different album.

Petrucci: You heard it here first. [ Laughs ].

I understand that that may not happen, but it’s nice you’re thinking about these things. Portnoy: For me, it’s exciting to play anything because we haven’t played live together in almost 15 years. Back then, I felt the need to write a different set list for every show because we had been doing it for all those years. We had played “Pull Me Under” a thousand times. But now, having been away from it, every night is going to be inspiring and exciting, at least for me, because we haven’t played it in all this time. There’s literally a generation of kids that never got to see this lineup.

Petrucci: I got that on my solo tour. They were family members who would bring their kids. And they were freaking out because they were like, “I’m so glad my son or daughter got to see you and Mike play together because they weren’t born yet.”

LaBrie: What’s funny about that is when I saw you guys in Toronto, I remember thinking, “Fuck, that’s undeniable.” It’s just like the connection was just boom .

Portnoy: On John’s tour, we’d look out and see grown men crying every single night. And now we’re looking forward to a whole bunch more people crying each and every night. If they were crying for just the two of us, think about what’s going happen when five of us.

Myung: We should sell tissue boxes.

Petrucci: We definitely had the hard conversation like, “OK, this isn’t the same band you left. Things are run differently.” It took us a few years to regroup and figure things out, and we got to a point where we’re a really well-oiled machine. But Mike has been great. He’s way more chill. [ Turns to Portnoy ]. You even say some things that are kind of funny, like, “If I’m allowed to do this.” You don’t have to be that careful, but I appreciate it. I feel like it’s very respectful on his part. It’s like a reset.

Myung: There’s a maturity everybody has. It involves having more patience and just being more mellow and appreciating each other and what we bring. We keep talking about the group dynamic, what it takes to have a bunch of guys together and have it really work and move forward. We just feel that those elements are there to make a great album and to enjoy being together, and to enter this next phase with some real grace.

Does anything feel different musically? Portnoy: Everything we’ve been writing sounds like every classic Dream Theater song or album. The style is here. The chemistry is the same. The people and the elements are the same. It all just feels and sounds so familiar.

Petrucci: There’s maturity in your playing, just the way it hits, the flow, the groove, the feel. It’s always been great, but it’s even better. When we’re cutting a new drum track, it’s just brilliant from the first hit.

Portnoy: Aw, thank you.

Rudess: I think one of the things that makes Dream Theater really loved by the fans is the fact that we try to come from the heart, and we love a good melody. We’re not afraid of playing music that feels emotional. And Mike coming back into the band with who he is and who he is now gives us extra energy.

How will you know when the album is done? Petrucci: There are different factors. A lot of times we’ll base it on how long we want this record to be.

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Oct. 20 – London, England @ The O2 Oct. 22 – Berlin, Germany @ Uber Eats Music Hall Oct. 23 – Koln, Germany @ Palladium Oct. 25 – Milan, Italy @ Forum Oct. 26 – Rome, Italy @ Palazzo dello Sport Oct. 28 – Munich, Germany @ Zenith Oct. 29 – Zagreb, Croatia @ Arena Zagreb Nov. 1 – Budapest, Hungary @ Budapest Arena Nov. 2 – Prague – Czech Republic @ Fortuna Arena Nov. 3 – Lodz, Poland @ Atlas Arena Nov. 6 – Helsinki, Finland @ Metro Areena Nov. 8 – Stockholm. Sweden @ Waterfront Nov. 9 – Oslo, Norway @ Spektrum Nov. 10 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Poolen Nov. 12 – Luxembourg @ Rockhal Nov. 13 – Zurich, Switzerland @ The Hall Nov. 14 – Lyon, France @ Halle Tony Garnier Nov. 16 – Lisbon, Portugal – MEO Arena Nov. 17 – Madrid, Spain @ La Cubierta de Leganés Nov. 20 – Stuttgart, Germany @ Beethovensaal Nov. 21 – Frankfurt, Germany @ Jahrhundderthalle Nov. 23 – Paris, France @ Adidas Arena Nov. 24 – Amsterdam @ AFAS Live

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No group embodies classic rock like The Rolling Stones. Over its six-decade career, the legendary band has defined rock ‘n’ roll with fun, energetic music rooted in the blues. Though new music genres come and go, The Rolling Stones’ simple, punchy rock sound has appealed to every new generation.

However, the band didn’t become a phenom overnight. The Rolling Stones started to build its music career before its official debut in 1962. It all began with rhythm guitarist/vocalist and frontman Mick Jagger and lead guitarist Keith Richards. The pair met when they were young while attending primary school together. Eventually, they drifted apart and encountered each other again by chance 10 years later. Thanks to their mutual friend Dick Taylor, Jagger and Richards discovered their collective love of music.

Soon enough, the three joined several bands, shaping their creative talents and honing their instrumental skills. After sparking interest among many local fans and new listeners, the group gained new members like rhythm guitarist Brian Jones, keyboardist Ian Stewart, and drummer Charlie Watts.

When 1962 arrived, Bill Wyman took Dick Taylor’s spot as bassist. The group’s success grew throughout the UK, especially with the help of tracks like “I Wanna Be Your Man” written by The Beatles. Paul McCartney and John Lennon exclusively penned the popular song and let The Rolling Stones elevate its rising reputation. Before releasing its self-titled debut album in 1964, The Rolling Stones landed chart spots in both the UK and U.S. The band was well on its way to becoming a household name.

As The Rolling Stones’ discography grew, so did the band’s popularity. Records like The Rolling Stones No. 2, 12 x 5, and The Rolling Stones, Now! laid a sturdy foundation for a future in music. However, the international smash “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” proved the band was here to stay. It sat comfortably on charts across the globe, including the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. Ultimately, it cleared the way for The Rolling Stones’ next studio album, Out of Our Heads.

The Rolling Stones followed up every big hit with even more renewed vigor. It dominated the 60s thanks to numerous studio albums and certified chart-topping singles like “Paint It Black,” Ruby Tuesday,” and “Mother’s Little Helper.” Then, it took over the 70s and 80s with a signature image and sound. The Rolling Stones stayed relevant and influential in the ever-changing music climate. As the band evolved, bandmates rotated in and out, resulting in the induction of newer members such as bassist and guitarist Ronnie Wood.

As rock music changed, The Rolling Stones never lost its spark. Adaptation and evolution were crucial in helping the group keep up with the times. Over the years, it constantly reinvented itself without straying from its original roots: fast-paced, energetic rock ‘n’ roll. The Rolling Stones continued to take over every era, including the current music scene. Its most recent LP Tattoo You hit the stands in 2021 and reminded the world the group was still going strong.

Although it faced many challenges, the band has remained true to loyal listeners and provided stellar shows across the globe. Numerous sold-out tours, live TV performances, and more allow fans to witness Jagger’s eccentric yet boisterous on-stage persona. Backed up by his friends and talented bandmates, the group provides a polished experience for every dedicated concertgoer. The Rolling Stones still tours today, with no signs of stopping.

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Sixteen hours after I left my house, and 50 years after forming as a band, The Rolling Stones took the gigantic stage at 9:30pm. The empty seats filled in quickly once Sheeran had taken his leave. At 50,000 strong, it was quite a site to see the crowd on their feet as the Stones kicked off their 3rd performance at Arrowhead Stadium (their first was ’75, their latest was in ’89) with “Start Me Up” from Tattoo You. The song is over 30 years old, but was nothing more than a baby when compared to most of the set list. “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll” and “Tumbling Dice” set the precedent for a show that would include mostly material from before I was born. “Doom And Gloom” was the exception to the rule, but served to prove that even a mediocre song can be more than magnificent in the right hands. If I’m being honest, the main reason I was seeing The Rolling Stones was to check them off my list of legends. I had heard stories, but I couldn’t wrap my head around that fact that a bunch of 70-year-olds could still put on an epic show. Sure, the giant screens and incredible soundsystem and fireworks were to be expected, I even figured they would sound pretty good, but nothing prepared me for how animated they would be. Mick Jagger was a diva less than half his age as he strutted his shit up and down the catwalk. Wardrobe changes, grabbing phones from the crowd to take selfies, reminiscing about things that happened back in ’74…he was on point the entire night. - See more at: http://ilistensoyoudonthaveto.com/2015/07/01/the-rolling-stones-arrowhead-stadium-06-27-15/#sthash.hANemdD3.dpuf

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"I know it's only Rock and Roll but I like it". The Rolling Stones "live in concert" is an experience not to be missed. From the moment, Mick, Keith and the rest of Stones hit the stage until the final note of the encore - any room - no matter what size - will be filled with an energy level that is unparalleled!

No two concerts are ever the same when it comes to the "Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the world". If you have not yet seen the Rolling Stones I encourage you to do so. I loved seeing the Rolling Stones when growing up in Toronto - at every possible venue in the Stones "home away from home".

Each tour would feature band rehearsals at places like the Toronto airport hanger or at a local Bayview North Toronto school. Many a Stones tour would kick off in Toronto at Maple Leaf Gardens, CNE Stadium, Skydome and Air Canada Centre among others. Heck, when Keith Richards was busted in Toronto - he was sentenced to perform a charity concert for the CNIB in Oshawa.

I have most of the Rolling Stones catalogue of music and DVDs and have thoroughly enjoyed the groups who have played in an opening capacity with the Stones. They helped introduce us to Ike and Tina Turner, Stevie Wonder, George Thorogood and the Destroyers and the White Stripes among others! You will never go wrong buying a Stones concert ticket. Make sure you do before it is too late.

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Hi there. The Rolling Stones in Prague the best show ever. The concert was absolutely amazing, fantastic, super great. The performance of the Rolling stones is in the highest quality, they are the living legend,I love them for ever and wish to all of them the best off everything. Thank you for unforgettable experience. So this was about the show, but I would like to tell you my worst nightmare I also had just before the concert. I bought three tickets from Viagogo office and to my horror I find out that the tickets were not valid and they were not in database. I paid 23.000KC.So to get to the event I've had to buy another three tickets for standing. THERE WAS MORE fans off the Rolling stones with some experience. I don't what to do about the matter. So this was MY best experience and the worst. Yours Luda Horakova Krasicka 53 Prostejov Czech republic .

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It doesn't matter where you sit at a Stones show, it's going to be memorable. This was my first time seeing them, much of my family have seen them multiple times. Heinz Field is an ok venue. Being so far back, the sound was just a smidge off but the atmosphere was still awesome. It rained heavily most of the day but by some great fortune, the clouds parted and the weather was perfect right before showtime. The blazed through hit after hit, with fireworks and lights and spectacle. The best thing, however, is how much Mick Jagger moves and his dancing and prancing. The dude is 72 and still has all the energy and charisma he had back in the day. It's insane. I defy anyone who can find a better showman and frontman than Mick Jagger. Keith, Ronnie, Charlie and the backing band were all incendiary. 10/10 would see them again.

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It was a wonderful concert! My group and I had so much fun! Although we were not so close to the stage, thanks to the 3 gigantic screens it was possible to enjoy the concert fully. Mick Jagger has so much energy!!! They not only played most of their best songs, but invited Juanes ( one of the most famous Colombian singers to play guitarr and sing one song together with Mick. The public went crazy! At the end also invited the Javeriana Chorus (also Colombian) to sing with the group. Great!

They started the concert with Jumping Jack Flash and then played as second a song picked by the colombian public in the internet. I found that very good.

My group and I flew from Venezuela to Bogotá for the concert

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I've seen several live performance by the Stones on TV and while I have been amazed by their energy levels considering their ages, I also have thought at times that their performances were lacking a bit. Boy, was I wrong after seeing them live at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City! Mick Jagger melted my face off with his energy, cockiness (man, does he strut!) and powerful vocals. They were on-point for the entire show, and I thought it was cool that they brought opener Ed Sheeran onstage as well. As a 30-something male, The Rolling Stones have always been on my bucket list, and I'm glad I had a chance to see them in person. I would definitely recommend their show and would go see them again. Hopefully they keep on rocking another 10-15 years!

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The doors opened at 4:45pm ( late by 45 mins). Support act ( Richard Ashcroft) didn’t come on till 7pm and played for 45 minutes and they were really good. Stones came on at 8:15pm and played till 10:30. Utterly amazing, Mick Jagger can put on a show! The rest of the guys do look really, really old. I felt for Charlie Watts he looked sore..

However, £5.20 for a can of Tennats lager ( 89p in Morrisons) come on Murrayfield, you made a mental load of money. I’ve never seen so many pissed people at a concert, but enjoying themselves.

Other reviews suggested they set was 22 songs, I counted 19 so don’t know if we were short changed because of the 1030 curfew. Great concert, T shirts £30 come on guys ...

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I've seen the stone's 7 times.75 crashed gate 78 81..stpaul c.f. center.89 mnpls.metro dome. 94&97 Seattle kingdome...2006 questfield seattle. 2016 Las vegas tmobil..all one as good as the next..the last one made me cry most of the last hour i was up for 2 days. And the music the memories of friends no longer here and i just got a total rush and the music just took over. The most powerfull show. I was just so overwhelmed to still be seeing them. The one constant.. trouble times good times the stones were always in my head. Thanx mike mckay

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The Rolling Stones concert was absolutely amazing. The singing, the music, the lighting, the fireworks and those large screens were great. They strutted their stuff through all the favourite numbers and some other great songs. Before you go, read the list of items not allowed inside the concert because you will lose them. Handbags larger than A5 size not allowed, including bumbags, cameras and camera bags, to name a few. All in All, everything went very smoothly, everyone loved it and we all had an amazing night, never to be forgotten.

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The greatest rock n roll band in the world - No doubt about it. Mick, Keef, Charlie and Ronnie were sensational. From the opening Street Fighting Man to the encores of Gimme Shelter and Satisfaction they were as great as ever. Mick was the imperious frontman, Keith the axe wielding lunatic, Charlie the rock upon which the driving rhythms of Paint it Black are built, Ronnie the joker whose rhythm guitar convinces you the Stones play the devil’s music. Sensational just sensational. It was a privilege to be there.

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The Rolling Stones Confirm U.S. Leg of No Filter Tour: See the Dates

The Rolling Stones will be heading back to America for the North American leg of their No Filter Tour, it was announced in an exclusive interview with iHeartMedia on Monday (Nov. 19). The tour kicks…

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The Rolling Stones will be heading back to America for the North American leg of their No Filter Tour, it was announced in an exclusive interview with iHeartMedia on Monday (Nov. 19). The tour kicks off April 20 in Miami.

“We finished off a few months ago in Europe and it just felt so good that when they said do you want to do the States? Yeah, because I didn’t want to get off, I mean I thought we were just getting going,” Keith Richards told iHeartMedia.

In addition to Miami, the 13-stop tour sees the famed rock band visiting U.S. cities such as Houston, Phoenix, Seattle and Denver for the first time in more than a decade. Moreover, the Jacksonville, Fla., date (April 24) will be The Rolling Stones’ first show in the city in nearly 30 years.

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“You want to pick towns that you haven’t been for a while,” said frontman Mick Jagger . “Last time, we toured a lot of the UK and a lot of those towns we haven’t been to in a very, very long time.”

The No Filter Tour runs from April 20 until June 21, with the final show at Soldier Field in Chicago. Tickets will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. local time, though American Express Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public, beginning Wednesday at 10 a.m. through Thursday at 10 p.m.

See the newly announced tour dates below:

The Rolling Stones — No Filter Tour (U.S. Dates)

April 20 : Miami Gardens, FL @ Hard Rock Stadium April 24 : Jacksonville, FL @ TIAA Bank Field April 28 : Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium May 7 : Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium May 11 : Pasadena, CA @ The Rose Bowl May 18 : Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s®? Stadium May 22 : Seattle, WA @ CenturyLink Field May 26 : Denver, CO @ Broncos Stadium at Mile High May 31 : Washington, D.C. @ FedExField June 4 : Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field June 8 : Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium June 13 : East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium June 21 : Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field

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Rolling Stones: Where to find the cheapest tickets to ‘Hackney Diamonds’ Tour

  • Updated: Apr. 01, 2024, 3:39 p.m. |
  • Published: Apr. 01, 2024, 3:39 p.m.

The Rolling Stones perform a surprise set in celebration of their new album, “Hackney Diamonds,” on October 19, 2023, in New York City.

The Rolling Stones perform a surprise set in celebration of their new album, “Hackney Diamonds,” on October 19, 2023, in New York City. Getty Images for RS

The Rolling Stones are currently touring 16 cities in the U.S. and Canada.

The official website says: “Fans can expect to experience Mick, Keith and Ronnie play their most popular hits ranging from ‘Start Me Up,’ ‘Gimme Shelter,’ ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash,’ ‘Satisfaction’ and more, as well as fan favourite deep cuts and music from their new album ‘Hackney Diamonds.’”

The legendary rockers will be at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on June 7.

How to find the cheapest tickets

Looking for inexpensive seats, Stones fans? We did the legwork for you.

The cheapest seat we found for the Atlanta show was $55 on SeatGeek at the time of this writing. You can also find tickets on Vivid Seats , Ticketmaster and StubHub .

Find a full listing of tour dates here.

Pitchfork.com says the album “Hackney Diamonds” is the second Rolling Stones album of original material in the 21st century and the first since the death of drummer Charlie Watts.

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The Rolling Stones have announced the 'SIXTY' tour to mark six decades as a band.

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Appearing on 'CBS Sunday Morning', the 78-year-old guitar god spilled: “It’ll be interesting to find out the dynamics now that Steve’s in the band.

“It’s sort of metamorphosing into something else. I was working with Mick last week, and Steve, and we came up with some, eight or nine new pieces of material. Which is overwhelming by our standards. Other times, [songwriting is] like a desert.”

When quizzed on why penning new music can be challenging, he coyly replied: "It’s the muse thing. If I could find her address (laughing).”

The 'Paint it Black' band are working on their first album of new material since 2005's 'A Bigger Bang'.

The Stones released the blues covers record 'Blue and Lonesome' in 2015.

Tickets for the 'SIXTY' tour go on sale 10am on Friday (18.03.22).

The Rolling Stones' 'SIXTY' tour dates 2022:

WEDNESDAY 1 – MADRID, Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, SPAIN

SUNDAY 5 – MUNICH, Olympic Stadium, GERMANY

THURSDAY 9 – LIVERPOOL, Anfield Stadium, UK

MONDAY 13 – AMSTERDAM, Johan Cruijff Arena, NETHERLANDS

FRIDAY 17 – BERN, Wankdorf Stadium, SWITZERLAND

TUESDAY 21 – MILAN, San Siro Stadium, ITALY

SATURDAY 25 – LONDON, American Express presents BST Hyde Park, UK

SUNDAY 3 – LONDON, American Express presents BST Hyde Park, UK

MONDAY 11 – BRUSSELS, King Baudouin Stadium, BELGIUM

FRIDAY 15 – VIENNA, Ernst Happel Stadium, AUSTRIA

TUESDAY 19 – LYON, Groupama Stadium, FRANCE

SATURDAY 23 – PARIS, Hippodrome Paris, FRANCE

WEDNESDAY 27 – GELSENKIRCHEN, Veltins Arena, GERMANY

SUNDAY 31 – STOCKHOLM, Friends Arena, SWEDEN

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How to get tickets to see the Rolling Stones show on U.S. tour

  • Updated: Apr. 02, 2024, 4:02 p.m. |
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Rolling Stones 2024 Hackney Diamonds Tour Vivid Seats

The Rolling Stones will kick off their U.S. tour in Houston this month with the band’s first North American tour in more than 10 years.

The band won’t hit Detroit on this leg but has two dates in Chicago and fans can get tickets at Stubhub, Vivid Seats, SeatGeek and Ticketmaster.

The Stones were originally slated for just one show June 27 in Chicago but added a June 30 date in Chicago due to overwhelming demand. The band will also play Cleveland.

The rock legends are hitting the States in 2024 to tour behind their new album, “Hackney Diamonds.”

Stubhub, Vivid Seats, SeatGeek and Ticketmaster have tickets for all 16 tour stops in U.S. and Canada.

Tickets start at $127 but prices will fluctuate.

Find tickets for every tour stop:

Houston -- Sunday, April 28, 2024, 7:30pm, NRG Stadium, Houston, TX

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New Orleans -- Thursday, May 2, 2024, 11:59am, New Orleans Jazz Fest - Weekend 2 - 4 Day Pass (5/2 - 5/5), New Orleans Fairgrounds, New Orleans, LA

New Orleans -- Thu May 2, 2024, Time: TBD, New Orleans Jazz Fest Weekend 2 - Thursday (Rolling Stones), New Orleans Fairgrounds, New Orleans, LA

Glendale -- Tuesday, May 7, 2024, 6:00pm, State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ

Las Vegas -- Saturday, May 11, 2024, 8:00pm, Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, NV

Seattle -- Wednesday, May 15, 2024, 7:30pm, Lumen Field, Seattle, WA

East Rutherford -- Thursday, May 23, 2024, 7:30pm, MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

East Rutherford -- Sunday May 26, 8:00pm MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

Foxborough -- Thursday, May 30, 2024, 7:30pm, Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA

Orlando -- Monday, June 3, 2024, 7:30pm, Camping World Stadium, Orlando, FL

Atlanta -- Friday, June 7, 2024, 7:30pm, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA

Philadelphia -- Tuesday, June 11, 2024, 7:30pm, Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Cleveland -- Saturday, June 15, 2024, 7:30pm, Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, OH

Denver -- Thursday, June 20, 2024, 7:30pm, Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, CO

Chicago -- Thursday, June 27, 2024, 7:30pm, Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Chicago -- Monday, June 30, 2024, 7:30pm, Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Vancouver -- Friday July 5, 2024, 8:00pm, BC Place Stadium, Vancouver, BC, CA

Inglewood -- Wednesday, July 10, 2024, 7:30pm, SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA

Inglewood -- Saturday, July 13, 2024, 7:30pm, SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA

Santa Clara -- Wednesday, July 17, 2024, 7:30pm, Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA

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Aerosmith announces rescheduled 2024-25 farewell tour dates. Get tickets

No need to “Dream On” much longer.

Aerosmith has finally announced the rescheduled dates of their ‘Peace Out’ farewell tour with special guests The Black Crowes and Teddy Swims on select dates.

The 40-concert jaunt will take the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers to arenas all over North America from September 2024 up until February 2025.

Notable shows include stops at Newark, NJ’s Prudential Center on Saturday, Dec. 28 and New York’s Madison Square Garden on Feb. 23, 2025.

Their last gig is scheduled for Feb. 26, 2025 at Buffalo’s KeyBank Center .

This upcoming trek will be the second attempt at rescheduling the tour; Steven Tyler sustained vocal cord damage at a Sept. 9, 2023 concert in Long Island — just three shows into their run — and the band had to postpone indefinitely.

“All previously purchased tickets will be honored for the rescheduled shows,” Aerosmith shared on Instagram .

If you haven’t gotten tickets yet and want to sing along to “Sweet Emotion,” “Walk This Way,” “Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” and so many more hits one last time, tickets can be scooped up for all ‘Peace Out’ concerts as soon as today.

Although inventory isn’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, April 12, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets are officially on sale.

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They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.

A complete calendar including all rescheduled ‘Peace Out’ tour dates, venues, and links to buy tickets can be found below.

The original Aerosmtih lineup won’t be fully intact on this run of concerts.

Yes, lead singer Steven Tyler, guitarist Joe Perry, bassist Tom Hamilton and rhythm guitarist Brad Whitford are slated to perform at all shows.

However, drummer Joey Kramer will be sitting this run of shows out to “focus his attention on his family and health” according to  AP News .

Kramer, 72, will be replaced by John Douglas who has drummed with the band since 2019.

Aerosmith got three shows deep into their ‘Peace Out’ Farewell Tour before postponing.

For a closer look, here’s what they played at a recent live show courtesy of  Set List FM :

01.) “Back in the Saddle”

02.) “Same Old Song and Dance”

03.) “Rag Doll”

04.) “Livin’ on the Edge”

05.) “Janie’s Got a Gun”

06.) “No More No More”

07.) “Cryin’”

08.) “Adam’s Apple”

09.) “Hangman Jury”

10.) “Seasons of Wither”

11.) “Movin’ Out”

12.) “Love in an Elevator”

13.) “Stop Messin’ Around” (Fleetwood Mac cover)

14.) “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing”

15.) “Rats in the Cellar”

16.) “Sweet Emotion”

17.) “Toys in the Attic”

18.) “Dream On”

19.) “Walk This Way”

On all dates except their opener when they’ll perform with Teddy Swims, Aerosmith will be joined by  The Black Crowes aka Rolling Stone’s “best new band of 1990.”

The band, known for mega hits “Hard To Handle” and “She Talks To Angels,” is also conducting a solo tour of their own this year including a show at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on April 27.

If you want to see them live, click here to see The Black Crowes’ complete 2024 tour calendar.

In 1973, the 25-year-old Tyler was given guardianship of 16-year-old Julia Holcomb so the two could live together.

After a tumultuous three-year relationship, the two broke up.

Nearly 50 years later, Holcomb — who now goes by Julia Misley — filed a lawsuit in December 2022. In the suit, she claimed Tyler sexually assaulted her, forced her to abort their child, and convinced her to drink and take drugs after he promised to serve as her guardian.

In the trial, Tyler alleged the relationship was consensual and had immunity because of his guardian status.

Legal experts have since said “caregiver immunity” does not exist if you sexually abuse the person you’ve taken in.

“The lawsuit came in the final days of California’s Child Victims Act, which temporarily lifted the statute of limitations for survivors of childhood sexual abuse to come forward with their allegations,” Consequence of Sound reported.

Jeanne Bellino, another minor that was sexually abused by Tyler in the 1970s, also filed a lawsuit against him; US District Judge Lewis Kaplan threw the case out this February because she “had waited too long to sue Tyler under a New York City law protecting victims of gender-motivated violence,” Reuters wrote.

“(Kaplan) said Bellino did not qualify for a two-year window to pursue claims that would otherwise extend beyond statutes of limitations, because she did not allege that Tyler’s conduct posed a “serious risk of physical injury.”

Many of the biggest acts that defined the sound of the ’70s and ’80s are back on the road this year for another spin.

Here are just five of our favorite classic rockers you won’t want to miss live these next few months.

•  Rolling Stones

•  Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

•  Neil Young

•  Bob Dylan with Willie Nelson and Robert Plant

•  Electric Light Orchestra

Need more classic rock in your life? Check out our list of the  52 biggest classic rockers on tour in 2024 to find the show for you.

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Aerosmith announces rescheduled 2024-25 farewell tour dates. Get tickets

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