The Rolling Stones unveiled the 2020 leg of their No Filter Tour, a 15-stop trek through the continent that kicks off May 8 in San Diego before climaxing on July 9 in Atlanta.
“It’s always a pleasure to return to North America,” Mick Jagger said in a statement, “and play for some of biggest and best crowds in the world!”
“We had the best time on the road last summer,” Keith Richards shared in his own statement, “and we are ready to do it again!”
Rolling Stones tickets will go on sale at 10AM Feb. 14 (local time). American Express card members will have access to presale tickets at 10AM Feb. 12 through 10PM Feb. 13.
It’s a new year, a new decade & we’re thrilled to announce a brand new Rolling Stones NO FILTER 2020 USA/CA tour! 🎸🎉 🎸— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) February 6, 2020
There is a fan presale starting on Weds Feb 12 sign up here to get access: https://t.co/aFu75Y310m
Tickets go on general sale Fri Feb 14 ❤️ #StonesNoFilter pic.twitter.com/nP2jtoaaVZ
The Stones played 17 North American shows last year and grossed over $170 million. The tour was originally scheduled to launch in April, but the band was forced to postpone it for a few months while Jagger recovered from heart surgery.
Today's unveil (Thursday) follows promotional hints on social media and billboard around multiple Stones' tour locations, including a "Get What You Need" billboard in Detroit.
OK I'm no Sherlock Holmes, but these are the images flashing on the digital billboard along the Parkway West btw. Carnegie & Greentree. I think The Rolling Stones might be coming back to Pittsburgh this Summer! "Hey DVE! It's me, Sean! What's up guys! Hey I was wondering"---click pic.twitter.com/h2dbnGu4sT— Sean Mcdowell (@dvesean) February 3, 2020
Rolling Stones 2020 No Filter Tour
May 08: San Diego SDCCU Stadium, CA
May 12 @ Vancouver BC Place, BC
May 16 @ Minneapolis U.S. Bank Stadium, MN
May 20 @ Nashville Nissan Stadium, TN
May 24 @ Austin Circuit of The Americas, TX
May 29 @ Dallas Cotton Bowl Stadium, TX
Jun 06 @ Buffalo New Era Field, NY
Jun 10 @ Detroit Ford Field, MI
Jun 14 @ Louisville Cardinal Stadium, KY
Jun 19 @ Cleveland FirstEnergy Stadium, OH
Jun 23 @ Pittsburgh Heinz Field, PA
Jun 27 @ St. Louis The Dome at America’s Center, MO
Jul 01 @ Charlotte Bank of America Stadium, NC
Jul 05 @ Tampa Raymond James Stadium, FL
Jul 09 @ Atlanta Mercedes-Benz Stadium, GA