When Mick Jagger and Keith Richards first formed the Rolling Stones in London in 1962, few could have predicted that over 50 years later, they would still be touring the world as one of the most influential bands in rock history. As the accolades and honors have piled up over the years, the Rolling Stones have become household names, selling more than 68 million records (and counting) in the U.S. and ranking fourth on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the “100 Greatest Artists of All Time.” The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers first made the leap to success after their self-titled album debuted in 1964, and less than a decade later, achieved milestone success via the 1971 release of the band’s diamond-certified compilation album, “Hot Rocks.” Featured tracks included “Jumpin Jack Flash” and “Under My Thumb,” while fans that purchase Rolling Stones tickets can enjoy concert staples like “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” “Gimme Shelter,” and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” performed to perfection live. Check back often to see when the next Rolling Stones tour will be coming to a city near you.
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Rolling Stones Tour to Include Stops in Eleven North American Cities
They may have been around for over five decades, but the Rolling Stones at last announced 2013 dates for the “50 and Counting” North American tour. After hinting at possible shows, the Rolling Stones confirmed that they’ll be bringing their legendary live performance to eleven lucky cities beginning in May. Fans won’t be disappointed, especially since the Rolling Stones have been using a stage shaped like their logo (a tongue and lips) that extends out into the crowd and allows the band to interact with their fans while belting out classics like “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” and “Satisfaction.”
Technically, the band celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012 and did so with concerts in London, New Jersey, and New York, but the Rolling Stones hinted all along that there would be more to come. The Staples Center in Los Angeles will serve as the launching point, though that date hasn’t been confirmed just yet due to potential conflicts with the NBA and NHL playoffs. From there, the Rolling Stones will stop in ten more North American cities including ORACLE Arena in Oakland (May 5), the HP Pavilion in San Jose (May 8), MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas (May 11), the Honda Center in Anaheim (May 15 and 18), two shows at Air Canada Centre in Toronto (May 25 and June 6), three shows at United Center in Chicago (May 28, May 31 and June 3), the Bell Centre in Montreal (June 9), TD Garden in Boston (June 12 and 14), the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia (June 18 and 21), and the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. (June 24). Essentially every show in previous years has sold out, so be sure to purchase your Rolling Stones tickets early from Vivid Seats.
Rolling Stones Confirm 2012 Shows in London and New Jersey
The long-awaited confirmation finally arrived on Oct. 15, as the Rolling Stones formally announced four upcoming shows in 2012. The band, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, will play a pair of shows at London's O2 Arena on Nov. 25 and 29, before heading overseas the following month to perform at the Prudential Center, Dec. 13 and 15, in Newark, N.J.
The announcement comes on the heels of the Oct. 11 release of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band’s first new song in seven years, “Doom and Gloom.” The single and additional new track, “One More Shot,” will be mixed in with the classics for the group’s upcoming 50th anniversary compilation album, GRRR! Greatest Hits, expected to hit stores on Nov. 13.
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2012 Rolling Stones Tour Rumored
Charlie Watts, who has manned the drums for The Rolling Stones for nearly half a century, told BBC Radio recently that he'd love to join his bandmates for series of performances this year. Rumors have been swirling around the possibility of 2012 Rolling Stones tickets going on sale as the band celebrates their 50th anniversary. The Stones last toured the world four years ago, leaving fans to worry if the foursome would ever take to a stage together again. With the Olympics taking place in London this summer, many believe the country's most legendary living rock band will play some part in the festivities. Stay tuned for tickets to become available as soon as Rolling Stones tour dates are announced.