The Rolling Stones are embarking on a North American tour in 2024. The opening night is scheduled for April 28th in Houston. This marks the band’s return to the US after a hiatus of over two years.
The band’s most recent visit to North America was during the “No Filter” tour in 2021, which took place shortly after the unfortunate passing of drummer Charlie Watts. Since joining the group in 1962, Charlie Watts had only missed a single concert.
All of the Rolling Stones 2024 North American Tour Dates
The tour kicks off on April 28th in Houston, TX at the NRG Stadium. In May, the tour resumes on the 2nd in New Orleans, LA at Jazz Fest. On May 7th, The Rolling Stones hit Glendale, AZ at State Farm Stadium. The tour resumes May 11th in Las Vegas, NV at Allegiant Stadium, then on May 15th they play Seattle, WA at Lumen Field. The last dates in May are the 23rd in East Rutherford, NJ at Metlife Stadium and May 30th in Foxboro, MA at Gillette Stadium.
The Rolling Stones play six dates in June, resuming on the 3rd in Orlando, FL at Camping World Stadium. Next, they land in Atlanta, GA on June 7th at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, followed by a June 11th show in Philadelphia, PA at Lincoln Financial Field. On June 15th, they play Cleveland, OH at Cleveland Browns Stadium and on June 20th in Denver, CO at Empower Field at Mile High. Finally, they play on June 27th in Chicago, IL at Soldier Field.
July has the final three shows of the Rolling Stones’ 2024 North American tour. On July 5th, they play Vancouver, BC at BC Place, and on July 10th in Los Angeles, CA at SOFI Stadium. The tour concludes on July 17th at Santa Clara, CA at Levi’s Stadium.
The Tour Has a Fitting Sponsor
Steve Jordan, a member of Keith Richards’ X-Pensive Winos band, replaced Charlie Watts. Fans had speculated about the Rolling Stones’ future in live performances. The Rolling Stones have just dropped their latest studio album, Hackney Diamonds, marking their first release of fresh tracks since 2005. While two songs highlight Watts’ talent, Jordan makes appearances on other tracks as well.
The upcoming tour will cover a majority of the major markets, including a special performance on May 2nd at the 2024 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
The tour is aptly sponsored by AARP, the longstanding U.S. interest group dedicated to addressing matters that impact individuals aged 50 and above. The announcement isn’t surprising, given that the core trio is either in their 80s or older. Over the years, the group has toured almost every year. Just last month, they amazed the New York audience with an unexpected seven-song set. This performance featured the debut of new songs and beloved classics.
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