The Rolling Stones cannot be stopped! The veteran British rockers announced their upcoming run of summer concerts across Europe and the U.K. early Monday morning. The 11 spring-into-summer concerts will continue their 2017 No Filter European Tour, and are scheduled to kick off on May 17 in Ireland and run until July 8 with a gig at Poland’s PGE Narodowy Stadium.
Fans in the U.K. should be thrilled that their country’s biggest rock and roll band will be returning with five shows across her majesty’s countryside. The Stones skipped overplaying their British homeland last year, but will certainly hope to make up for lost time starting on May 22 with their show at London Stadium. Tickets for all five U.K. shows on the tour will be going on sale starting this Friday, March 2, and can be purchased by clicking here.
After half a century of performing, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts are still doing their best at playing their dangerous mix of bluesy rock and roll music for fans around the world. Their latest album release came in the form of live recordings pulled out from the BBC vault. Titled On Air, the compilation album arrived back in December of last year, and provided fans with 32 live performance tracks recorded for BBC programs during their early years from 1963-65.
The band will certainly look to pull out plenty of those deep hits on the upcoming stadium run, as hinted at in the tour’s promotional video (see above). “Paint It Black,” “I Can’t Get No (Satisfaction)” and the more recent “Doom And Gloom” are all heard playing throughout the 52-second clip, which also features plenty of last year's tour highlights.
No Filter 2018 Tour Dates:
May 17 - Dublin, Ireland - Croke Park
May 22 - London, United Kingdom - London Stadium (Click here for tickets)
June 5 - Manchester, United Kingdom - Old Trafford Football Stadium (Click here for tickets)
June 9 - Edinburgh, United Kingdom - BT Murrayfield Stadium (Click here for tickets)
June 15 - Cardiff, United Kingdom - Principality Stadium (Click here for tickets)
June 19 - Twickenham, United Kingdom - Twickenham Stadium (Click here for tickets)
June 22 - Berlin, Germany - Olympiastadion
June 26 - Marseille, France - Orange Velodrome
June 30 - Stuttgart, Germany - Mercedes-Benz Arena
July 4 - Prague, Czech Republic - Letnany Airport
July 8 - Warsaw, Poland - PGE Narodowy Stadium