When classic, beloved rock groups go on tour, everyone starts talking about. And the recently announced Rolling Stones tour is no exception. But if you want Rolling Stones tickets for the upcoming tour, you better act quickly. They go on sale in just 3 short days, and if history is any indication, they will sell out almost immediately.
The Rolling Stones Concert Tour
The “No Filter” concert tour is set to begin on April 20th at the Hard Rock Stadium located in Miami Gardens, Florida. The tour will consist of 13 concerts, wrapping up on June 21st at the Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. Although the Stones have been touring mostly in Europe for the past few years, the Rolling Stones “No Filter” tour is a U.S. based tour, with only cities located in the U.S.
When asked about the decision to do a U.S. based tour, Mick Jagger is “The energy is always amazing,” and Keith Richards chimed in to say that “I’ve always loved playing the states. It’s a great crowd.”
How the Rolling Stones Got Their Start
The Rolling Stones was formed in 1962 by Brian Jones, and went on to become one of the leaders in the cultural invasion of rock bands that changed the landscape of American music. Coming from England, the band quickly made its way into American culture, spurring the huge popularity of Mick Jagger—the now face of the band.
The band’s bluesy rock sound is classic, and while the band temporarily experimented with psychedelic rock, it eventually came back to its roots. The two most popular members of the group, Jagger and Richards, had some serious conflict and almost caused the group’s breakup, but they eventually worked out their differences and luckily, the band survived.
Can the Rolling Stones Still Play?
One of the most obvious facts about the Rolling Stones is the age of the group’s members. After all, Charlie Watts, an important member of the group is about to turn 78. And the other members, including Jagger are also in their 70s. But when asked about it, Jagger, in his usual banty-type style, told Rolling Stone Magazine “I’m thinking about what the tour is. I’m not thinking about retirement.”
Where to Buy Rolling Stones Concert Tickets
If you think Rolling Stone concert tickets are going to be difficult to find, you’re right. In fact, the general tickets go on sale at 10 AM on November 30th, but two days before that, a special fan pre-sale event happens, and you can be sure a lot of the tickets will be sold that day.
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