One of the best classic rock bands of all time will be hitting up venues on tour in 2020 on their North American stadium tour. The Rolling Stones have released their tour plans for 2020 and the stadium tour will hopefully be visiting a venue near you. It’s the 2020 leg of their No Filter Tour. “It’s a thrill when we play stadiums in the States,” said Mick Jagger in a statement, “the energy is always amazing!”. Keith Richards added “I’ve always loved playing the States, It’s a great crowd.” The band will visit 15 stadiums across the United States, starting on May 8th, when they perform at SDCCU Stadium in San Diego, California. As of this article, they’ll end the short run on July 9th at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Other lucky cities that the Rolling Stones will grace their presence with include Vancouver, Minneapolis, Nashville, Dallas, Austin, Detroit, Cleveland, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, and a few more. Tickets for all dates go on Public On-sale February 14th, but as always, watch for special early Pre-Sales which may give you a better shot at good tickets.
Check below for the latest official list of Rolling Stones tour dates, links to look for tickets, plus some music video playlist of a ton of Rolling Stones songs.
ROLLING STONES TOUR DATES & CONCERT TICKETS
2020 ROLLING STONES CONCERT SCHEDULE & SHOW DATES
- 5/8 at SDCCU Stadium in San Diego, CA
- 5/12 at BC Place in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada
- 5/16 at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN
- 5/20 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN
- 5/24 at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, TX
- 5/29 at Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, TX
- 6/6 at New Era Field in Buffalo, NY
- 6/10 at Ford Field in Detroit, MI
- 6/14 at Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, KY
- 6/19 at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, OH
- 6/23 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, PA
- 6/27 at The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, MO
- 7/1 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC
- 7/5 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL
- 7/9 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA
Don’t forget to check here often to see if The Rolling Stones add any additional concert dates to their 2020 tour. It’s quite common for performers to extend their tour without very much notice to the public.
Rolling Stones Music Video Playlist (Over 100 Songs!)
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