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Who is The Rolling Stones?

The Rolling Stones is a band from London that has reached legendary status across the Rock and Pop categories. The Rolling Stones has released 70 live and studio albums and 66 singles on Spotify that string all the way back to Apr 23, 1971 with their debut album titled Sticky Fingers (Super Deluxe). Their most recent album release was Hackney Diamonds (Live Edition) on Dec 15, 2023.

The Rolling Stones' Popularity

The Rolling Stones' growth has led to an overall artist ranking of 285 on Spotify in the United States. They have become well known for their exciting shows and entertaining performances which has built a robust following. This is largely fueled by tens of millions of listeners and tens of millions of followers on Spotify, but they also reach an additional hundreds of millions of listeners on Spotify through playlists. Additionally, The Rolling Stones has a robust following on social media with more than 3,000,000 followers on Instagram. They average tens of millions of videos on YouTube and their top video on TikTok has billions of views on the social media platform. There are also nearly 200,000 posts on Tik Tok with The Rolling Stones' tracks featured on them. When you attend your next The Rolling Stones show, it will be easy to see why they has built such a large following.

The Rolling Stones as an Artist

You likely recognize The Rolling Stones by their top tracks which include "Paint It, Black", "Start Me Up - Remastered 2009", and "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - Mono Version". You might also listen to The Rolling Stones due to their earliest albums such as Sticky Fingers (Super Deluxe), Sticky Fingers (Remastered), and Jamming With Edward, but you may have heard of them from similar artists such as Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, and The Doors.

The Rolling Stones' RIAA Awards

The Rolling Stones has reached the pinnacle of any artist's career by earning an RIAA award. Their top award came on Oct 25, 2002 for their album Hot Rocks 1964-1971. They received a Diamond award for the album. In total, The Rolling Stones has one Diamond album. In addition to earning a Diamond album, The Rolling Stones has been able to add to their collection 11 additional Multi-Platinum albums. That's not all though. The Rolling Stones has been fortunate enough to achieve a Platinum award for 17 more albums. Even with all of this success, their RIAA collection finishes with 19 additional Gold albums. As such a well renowned artist, you can be certain that The Rolling Stones's shows are going to be unforgettable thanks to their decorated music library.

The Rolling Stones' Music Library

The Rolling Stones has released a total of 70 albums on Spotify and is the main or feature artist on 1994 tracks. Their full discography can be found in the charts below, as well as their top 10 songs. However, when you attend a The Rolling Stones show, you're sure to hear more than a few of their big hits from their top albums which include Sticky Fingers (Super Deluxe), Sticky Fingers (Remastered), and Jamming With Edward. Their most recent album, Hackney Diamonds (Live Edition) was released on Dec 15, 2023. To supplement their albums, The Rolling Stones has released 66 singles on Spotify. Their top singles, which will more than likely be included in their setlists, are Dead Flowers (Alternate Version), Brown Sugar, and Come On (Saturday Club / 1963), with their most recent single, Sweet Sounds Of Heaven (feat. Lady Gaga) [Live at Racket, NYC], being released on Dec 8, 2023.

The Rolling Stones Discography

AlbumRelease DateAlbum Type
Sticky Fingers (Super Deluxe)Apr 23, 1971Album
Sticky Fingers (Remastered)Apr 23, 1971Album
Jamming With EdwardJan 7, 1972Album
Exile On Main Street (Deluxe Version)May 12, 1972Album
Exile On Main Street (2010 Re-Mastered)May 12, 1972Album
Goats Head Soup (Remastered 2009)Aug 31, 1973Album
It's Only Rock 'N' RollOct 18, 1974Album
Black And Blue (Remastered 2009)Apr 23, 1976Album
Love You Live (Remastered 2009)Sep 23, 1977Album
Some Girls (Deluxe Version)Jun 9, 1978Album
Some GirlsJun 9, 1978Album
Emotional Rescue (2009 Re-Mastered)Jun 20, 1980Album
Tattoo You (2009 Re-Mastered)Aug 24, 1981Album
Still LifeJun 1, 1982Album
UndercoverNov 7, 1983Album
Dirty Work (Remastered 2009)Mar 24, 1986Album
Steel Wheels (Remastered 2009)Aug 29, 1989Album
Flashpoint (2009 Remaster)Apr 2, 1991Album
Voodoo Lounge (Remastered 2009)Jul 11, 1994Album
StrippedJan 13, 1995Album
Bridges To Babylon (Remastered)Sep 29, 1997Album
Live LicksNov 1, 2004Album
A Bigger Bang (2009 Re-Mastered)Sep 5, 2005Album
Some Girls: Live In Texas '78Nov 21, 2011Album
Live At The Checkerboard LoungeJul 9, 2012Album
Live 1965: Music From Charlie Is My Darling (Live From England/1965)Nov 6, 2012Album
Dead Flowers (Alternate Version)May 27, 2015Single
Brown SugarJun 2, 2015Single
Totally Stripped - Paris (Live)May 20, 2016Album
Totally Stripped - Amsterdam (Live)Jun 3, 2016Album
Totally Stripped (Live)Jun 3, 2016Album
Totally Stripped - Brixton (Live)Jun 6, 2016Album
Havana Moon (Live)Nov 11, 2016Album
Blue & LonesomeDec 2, 2016Album
Ladies & Gentlemen (Live)Jun 16, 2017Album
Sticky Fingers Live At The Fonda TheatreSep 29, 2017Album
Come On (Saturday Club / 1963)Oct 6, 2017Single
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction [Saturday Club / 1965]Oct 27, 2017Single
Roll Over Beethoven (Saturday Club / 1963)Nov 24, 2017Single
On Air (Deluxe)Dec 1, 2017Album
On AirDec 1, 2017Album
Saint Of Me (Live)May 18, 2018Single
Tumbling Dice (Live)Jun 8, 2018Single
Honky Tonk Women (Live)Jul 6, 2018Single
From The Vault: No Security - San Jose 1999 (Live)Jul 13, 2018Album
Street Fighting Man (50th Anniversary Edition / Remastered 2018)Oct 3, 2018Single
You Got Me Rocking (Live)Oct 12, 2018Single
I Go Wild (Live)Oct 26, 2018Single
Street Fighting Man (Live)Nov 9, 2018Single
Parachute Woman (50th Anniversary Edition / Remastered 2018)Nov 9, 2018Single
Voodoo Lounge Uncut (Live)Nov 16, 2018Album
Honk (Deluxe)Apr 19, 2019Album
Parachute Woman (Live)Apr 30, 2019Single
Like A Rolling Stone (Live)May 24, 2019Single
Out Of ControlJun 7, 2019Single
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction [Live]Jun 14, 2019Single
Bridges To Bremen (Live)Jun 21, 2019Album
Monkey Man (50th Anniversary Edition / Remastered 2019)Sep 11, 2019Single
You Can't Always Get What You Want (Live)Oct 4, 2019Single
Saint Of Me (Live)Oct 18, 2019Single
Jumpin’ Jack FlashNov 1, 2019Single
Honky Tonk Women / You Can't Always Get What You WantNov 29, 2019Single
Living In A Ghost TownApr 23, 2020Single
Living In A Ghost Town (Alok Remix)May 15, 2020Single
Criss CrossJul 9, 2020Single
ScarletJul 22, 2020Single
ScarletAug 4, 2020Single
Scarlet (The War On Drugs Remix)Aug 14, 2020Single
Scarlet (The Killers & Jacques Lu Cont Remix)Aug 28, 2020Single
Goats Head Soup (Deluxe)Sep 4, 2020Album
Steel Wheels LiveSep 25, 2020Album
She's A Rainbow / Dandelion / We Love YouOct 9, 2020Single
Jumpin' Jack Flash / Child Of The MoonMay 28, 2021Single
A Bigger Bang (Live)Jul 9, 2021Album
Living In The Heart Of LoveAug 19, 2021Single
Troubles A’ CominSep 30, 2021Single
Tattoo You (Super Deluxe)Oct 22, 2021Album
Love SongsFeb 11, 2022Single
Everybody Needs Somebody To LoveMar 11, 2022Single
It’s Only Rock ’N’ Roll (But I Like It) / Rip This Joint [Live At The El Mocambo 1977]Mar 25, 2022Single
Tumbling Dice / Hot Stuff (Live At The El Mocambo 1977)May 6, 2022Single
Live At The El MocamboMay 13, 2022Album
Licked Live In NYCJun 10, 2022Album
That's How Strong My Love IsSep 23, 2022Single
Confessin' The Blues (Influences - Vol. 1)Nov 18, 2022Single
Happy (Live)Dec 2, 2022Single
It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It) [Live]Dec 16, 2022Single
Wild Horses (Live)Jan 6, 2023Single
I'm A King Bee (Influences - Vol. 2)Jan 20, 2023Single
Doom And Gloom (Live)Jan 27, 2023Single
GRRR Live!Feb 10, 2023Album
Rolling Stones ChroniclesMar 10, 2023Single
Can I Get A Witness (Influences - Vol. 3)May 5, 2023Single
Forty LicksJul 26, 2023Album
AngrySep 6, 2023Single
Sweet Sounds Of HeavenSep 28, 2023Single
Hackney DiamondsOct 20, 2023Album
Mess It Up (Purple Disco Machine Remix)Nov 17, 2023Single
Sweet Sounds Of Heaven (feat. Lady Gaga) [Live at Racket, NYC]Dec 8, 2023Single
Hackney Diamonds (Live Edition)Dec 15, 2023Album

The Rolling Stones Top Tracks

TrackAlbumRelease Date
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - Mono Version"Out Of Our HeadsJul 30, 1965
"Angie - Remastered 2009"Goats Head Soup (Remastered 2009)Aug 31, 1973
"Angry"Hackney DiamondsOct 20, 2023
"Beast Of Burden - Remastered 1994"Some GirlsJun 9, 1978
"Gimme Shelter"Let It BleedDec 5, 1969
"Miss You - Remastered"Some GirlsJun 9, 1978
"Paint It, Black"AftermathApr 15, 1966
"Start Me Up - Remastered 2009"Tattoo You (2009 Re-Mastered)Aug 24, 1981
"Sympathy For The Devil - 50th Anniversary Edition"Beggars Banquet (50th Anniversary Edition)Dec 6, 1968
"Wild Horses - 2009 Mix"Sticky Fingers (Remastered)Apr 23, 1971

The Rolling Stones RIAA Awards

(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction [Live]GoldJul 19, 1965
12 x 5GoldOct 20, 1989
A Bigger BangMulti-PlatinumSep 24, 2007
AftermathPlatinumOct 20, 1989
Beggars BanquetPlatinumOct 20, 1989
Between The ButtonsGoldFeb 24, 1967
Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass)Multi-PlatinumOct 20, 1989
Black And BluePlatinumJun 23, 1976
Bridges To BabylonPlatinumNov 11, 1997
December's Children (And Everybody's)GoldJan 15, 1966
Dirty WorkPlatinumJun 10, 1986
Emotional RescueMulti-PlatinumMay 31, 2000
Exile On Main StPlatinumMay 31, 2000
FlashpointGoldMay 28, 1991
FlowersGoldAug 16, 1967
Forty Licks (Main Version)Multi-PlatinumJan 24, 2003
GRRR!GoldDec 14, 2012
Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!PlatinumOct 20, 1989
Goats Head SoupMulti-PlatinumMay 31, 2000
Got Live If You Want It!GoldJan 19, 1967
Honky Tonk Women (Live)GoldAug 26, 1969
Hot Rocks 1964-1971DiamondOct 25, 2002
Hyde Park LiveGoldDec 6, 2013
It's Only Rock 'N' RollPlatinumMay 31, 2000
Ladies & Gentlemen (Live)PlatinumJan 14, 2011
Let It BleedMulti-PlatinumOct 20, 1989
Live At The El MocamboGoldJul 23, 1998
Live LicksGoldDec 9, 2004
Love You LiveGoldOct 4, 1977
Made In The ShadePlatinumMay 31, 2000
More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies)GoldJan 17, 1973
Out Of Our HeadsPlatinumOct 20, 1989
Rock 'n' Roll CircusPlatinumMar 27, 1997
Singles Collection: The London YearsPlatinumJul 1, 1992
Some Girls: Live In Texas '78GoldJan 9, 2012
Some GirlsMulti-PlatinumMay 31, 2000
Steel WheelsMulti-PlatinumJan 9, 1990
Sticky FingersMulti-PlatinumMay 31, 2000
Still LifePlatinumMay 31, 2000
StrippedPlatinumFeb 6, 1996
Sucking In The SeventiesGoldJun 3, 1981
Tattoo YouMulti-PlatinumMay 31, 2000
The Rolling Stones, Now!GoldOct 20, 1989
The Rolling StonesGoldOct 20, 1989
Their Satanic Majesties RequestGoldDec 6, 1967
Through The Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol.2)PlatinumOct 20, 1989
UndercoverPlatinumJan 4, 1984
Voodoo LoungeMulti-PlatinumDec 21, 1994

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Rolling Stones: Everything We Know About 2024 Tour: Dates, Venues, and Ticket Info

Are you ready … to get some “Satisfaction!?” 

Well, get ready! The Rolling Stones have officially announced their 2024 tour. 

The iconic rock band has been performing for over 50 years, and their tours are always highly anticipated events. 

A 2024 tour promises to be a high-energy show with their signature blend of rock and roll, blues, and R&B with classics like "Satisfaction," "Paint It Black," and "Jumpin' Jack Flash," as well as newer songs from their most recent album.

Initially, clues started trickling across social media about the whereabouts of the Rolling Stones trek across North America since their last visit during their No Filter Tour came to our shores in both 2019 and 2021.

The official announcement comes on the heels of the band releasing “Hackney Diamonds,” their first full-length LP since 2005. They played a star-studded special release show in New York in October featuring Lady Gaga who features on the album’s, “Sweet Sounds of Heaven” track. There’s also an appearance by Stevie Wonder, who was enshrined in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame alongside the Stones in 1989. 

The tour features stops at marquee venues like SoFi Stadium, MetLife Stadium, Allegiant Stadium, and a visit to the famed New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. 

The complete list of venues the Rolling Stones will visit in 2024 include: 

April 28, 2024: NRG Stadium, Houston, TX

May 2, 2024: Jazz Festival, New Orleans, NO

May 7, 2024: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ

May 11, 2024: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, NV

May 15, 2024: Lumen Field, Seattle, WA 

May 23, 2024: Metlife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ 

May 30, 2024: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA 

June 3, 2024: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, FL 

June 7, 2024: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA 

June 11, 2024:  Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA 

June 15, 2024: Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, OH

June 20, 2024: Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, CO 

June 27, 2024: Soldier Field, Chicago, IL 

July 5, 2024: BC Place, Vancouver, British Columbia

July 10, 2024: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA 

July 17, 2024: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA 

Event Tickets Center is your best resource for tickets, FAQs, and details on every stop they make in North America – including the United States and Canada. 

Like you, we expect a run of unforgettable shows with the songs that have to come to define one of the greatest bands in history.

Rolling Stones Band Line-Up

The Rolling Stones emerged during the era of the British Invasion, introducing a raw, rebellious sound that stood in stark contrast to the polished image of The Beatles. The original lineup featured Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, and Ian Stewart. Their eponymous debut album in 1964 unveiled the Stones' signature blues-infused rock, signaling the advent of a musical revolution.

Over the years, the Stones weathered storms of change, witnessing Brian Jones' departure in 1969 and the arrival of Mick Taylor. In 1975, Ronnie Wood joined the ranks, solidifying the enduring partnership of Jagger and Richards. This resilient lineup propelled the Stones into the pantheon of rock gods.

Band Members:

Mick Jagger (Vocals):

  • Born: July 26, 1943, in Dartford, Kent, England.
  • Known for his charismatic stage presence and distinctive voice, Jagger's dynamic energy has been a driving force for the Stones.

Keith Richards (Guitar):

  • Born: December 18, 1943, in Dartford, Kent, England.
  • Revered for his soulful guitar playing and songwriting prowess, Richards is the rhythmic backbone of the band.

Charlie Watts (Drums):

  • Born: June 2, 1941, in London, England. Died: August 24, 2021 
  • Renowned for his steady and unflappable drumming style, Watts was the heartbeat of the Stones since joining in 1963.

Ronnie Wood (Guitar):

  • Born: June 1, 1947, in Hillingdon, London, England.
  • A versatile guitarist, Wood brought a new dimension to the Stones' sound when he joined the band in 1975.

When The Rolling Stones embark on their 2024 tour, it will be with the classic lineup of Mick Jagger (1962-present) on lead vocals, Keith Richards (1962-present) on guitar and backing vocals, and Ronnie Wood  (1975-present) on lead guitar, bass, backing vocals, and pedal steel. 

It will be the first tour without longtime percussionist Charlie Watts who died in August 2021. 

Richards lamented, “Ever since Charlie’s gone, it’s different. He’s number four. Of course, he’s missed incredibly.” The band is likely to tap Steve Jordan - a personal recommendation from Watts to take over behind the drum kit. Together, the two worked for decades on side projects. Prior to Watts’ passing, he helped the band record two tracks, “Live by the sword” and “Mess it UP” on the “Hackney Diamonds.”

Rolling Stones: Discography 

The Rolling Stones have been putting out albums for decades. Over the years, they’ve released 31 studio albums, 13 live albums, 28 compilations, and 122 singles. 

Here is just a sampling of their best work: 

"The Rolling Stones" (1964)

  • Debuting the Stones' raw sound and setting the stage for their future dominance.

"Let It Bleed" (1969)

  • An exploration of darker themes, featuring classics like "Gimme Shelter" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want."

"Exile on Main St." (1972)

  • Widely regarded as one of the greatest rock albums, it blends blues, rock, and country influences seamlessly.

"Sticky Fingers" (1971)

  • Showcasing the band's rock prowess, highlighted by the iconic cover and hits like "Brown Sugar" and "Wild Horses."

"Some Girls" (1978)

  • An exploration of punk and disco, featuring the hit "Miss You."

"Tattoo You" (1981)

  • A synthesis of previously unreleased material, producing hits like "Start Me Up."

"Steel Wheels" (1989)

  • Marking the band's comeback, this album featured the hit "Mixed Emotions."

"Voodoo Lounge" (1994)

  • Returning to their blues roots, it earned the Stones a Grammy for Best Rock Album.

"Bridges to Babylon" (1997)

  • A fusion of rock, dance, and electronica, showcasing the band's adaptability.

"A Bigger Bang" (2005)

  • A return to blues-inspired rock, featuring the Grammy-winning "Rough Justice."

Rolling Stones: Notable Highlights Awards & Achievements 

The Rolling Stones, over the course of their illustrious career, have garnered numerous awards and accolades in recognition of their unparalleled contributions to the music industry. 

Rolling Stone key band highlights:

"Satisfaction" (1965):

  • The band's first U.S. #1 hit, featuring the iconic riff that became synonymous with rock music.

"Sympathy for the Devil" (1968):

  • A groundbreaking exploration of the dark side of human nature, showcasing the Stones' willingness to push artistic boundaries.

"Angie" (1973):

  • A beautiful departure from their typical rock sound, displaying the band's versatility and emotional depth.

"Start Me Up" (1981):

  • The lead single from "Tattoo You" became a global anthem, proving the Stones could still create chart-topping hits.

"Gimme Shelter" (1969):

  • A powerful, socially charged song that captures the turbulence of the '60s and features the haunting vocals of Merry Clayton.

Here is a summary of some of the major awards received by the band:

Grammy Awards:

  • Lifetime Achievement Award (1987): The Rolling Stones were honored with the prestigious Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1987, recognizing their exceptional contributions to the recording industry. They won their first Grammy in 1995 for Voodoo Lounge and second the same year with best music video for Love is Strong. The Stones received their fourth Grammy for Blue & Lonesome in 2018. Altogether, they’ve been nominated 10. 

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame:

  • Inducted in 1989: The Rolling Stones were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989, solidifying their status as one of the most influential rock bands in history. They were inducted alongside Dion, Otis Redding, The Temptations, and Stevie Wonder. 

MTV Video Music Awards:

  • Best Cinematography for "Love Is Strong" (1995): The music video for "Love Is Strong" earned the band a MTV Video Music Award for Best Cinematography in 1995.

NME Awards:

  • Best Live Act (1995): The Rolling Stones were recognized as the Best Live Act at the NME Awards in 1995, a testament to their captivating stage presence.

Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards:

  • Best Live Band (2012): In 2012, the Rolling Stones were honored with the Classic Rock Roll of Honour Award for Best Live Band, recognizing their continued excellence in live performances.

These awards reflect the Rolling Stones' enduring influence, innovation, and cultural impact, solidifying their place as one of the greatest rock bands in history.

Setlist Predictions

The Rolling Stones are known for their iconic setlists that feature a mix of their classic hits and newer songs. As they gear up for their 2024 tour, fans are eagerly anticipating what songs they will perform on stage.

Based on their recent tours and album releases, it's likely that the Rolling Stones will include some of their biggest hits such as "Satisfaction," "Jumpin' Jack Flash," and "Brown Sugar." However, they may also surprise fans with deeper cuts from their extensive catalog.

In addition to their classic hits, the Rolling Stones may also include songs from their most recent album, which is set to be released in 2023. Fans can expect to hear new tracks such as "Living in a Ghost Town" and "Criss Cross" alongside their older hits.

The Rolling Stones are sure to put on an unforgettable show with a setlist that spans their decades-long career. Fans can expect to sing along to their favorite songs and discover new favorites as well.

Rolling Stones: Revisiting Previous Tours 

The Rolling Stones have been touring for over five decades, and their concerts are known for their electrifying performances and timeless music. Since their first show at the Marquee Club in London in 1962, they have gone on to perform more than 2,000 concerts around the world. Long before Taylor Swift, the Stones were the originators of the arena show – selling out stadiums to tens of thousands and constructing elaborate sets complete with enormous screens and pyrotechnics. 

This marked a critical evolution in small, intimate club shows and showcased the enormous potential that bands had to not only sell out stadiums and arenas, but to prove they could play there with theatrics, sound, and a show worthy of the ticket price. 

Here's a brief recap of some of their most well-known tours:

  • The Watershed Tour - By the time the Stones toured America in 1969, they began to fill large halls and arenas, such as The Forum in Inglewood, California.They were also using more equipment, including lighting rigs and better sound equipment, than they had used in clubs.The 1969 tour is considered a "great watershed tour" by Mick Jagger because they "started hanging the sound and therefore hanging the lights.” Attributing the birth of arena rock to the Stones 1969 US tour, The Guardian ranked it 19 on their list of the 50 key events in rock music history.Before this tour the loudest sound at large-capacity shows was often the crowd, so the Stones used lighting and sound systems that ensured they could be seen and heard in the biggest arenas. The Guardian commented that their "combination of front-of-house excellence and behind-the-scenes savvy took the business of touring to an entirely new level." The tour culminated in a free concert in San Francisco. Originally planned for the city’s Golden Gate Park, it was shifted to Altamont Speedway and devolved into raucous event with more than 300,000 that was the subject of a documentary.
  • 1972: The Exile on Main St. Tour - In support of their acclaimed album, the Stones embarked on a high-energy tour that showcased their mastery of rock, blues, and soul.
  • The 1975 Tour of the Americas introduced a new lighting director to the arena shows and props gained size and stature – much akin to those you’d see in a Broadway show. These shows introduced gimmicks and tricks and the use of multiple stages. 
  • The 1981- 82 Tattoo You Tour - This tour saw the band collaborate with Kazuhide Yamazari, a Japanese designer who helped construct stages used for large stadiums accommodating huge audiences. Stages increased in size to include runways and was the last that preceded the inclusion of large video monitors. 
  • Steel Wheels Tour (1989-1990) – This tour marked the band's return to the stage after a three-year hiatus. They performed in North America, Europe, and Japan, and the tour grossed over $300 million.
  • Voodoo Lounge Tour (1994-1995) – The band's first tour without bassist Bill Wyman, the Voodoo Lounge Tour saw the Stones performing in stadiums and arenas across North America, Europe, and Asia. The tour grossed over $300 million.
  • Bridges to Babylon Tour (1997-1998) – The Stones' first tour with new bassist Darryl Jones, the Bridges to Babylon Tour included shows in North America, Europe, and South America. The tour grossed over $274 million.
  • A Bigger Bang Tour (2005-2007) – The band's most recent tour before their upcoming 2024 tour, A Bigger Bang Tour saw the Stones performing in stadiums and arenas across North America, Europe, and Asia. The tour grossed over $558 million, making it the second-highest-grossing tour of all time.
  • 2019: No Filter Tour – Celebrating their 57th year as a band, the Stones embarked on a tour that reinforced their status as musical legends, captivating audiences around the world.

Throughout their previous tours, the Rolling Stones have proven time and time again why they are one of the greatest rock bands of all time. Their electrifying performances and timeless music continue to captivate audiences around the world.

As the Rolling Stones prepare to embark on yet another chapter of their extraordinary journey, fans worldwide eagerly anticipate the chance to witness these living legends grace the stage once again. The Stones' legacy not only serves as a testament to their musical prowess but also stands as a perpetual influence on the very fabric of rock 'n' roll. Through decades of innovation, resilience, and a commitment to their craft, the Rolling Stones remain an enduring symbol of the undying spirit of rock music. The upcoming tour promises not just a performance but a celebration of a legacy that has defined generations.

Event Dates and Pricing Information

Venue Date Price Tickets Available
NRG Stadium Apr 28, 2024 From $126 5,585
New Orleans Fair Grounds May 2, 2024 From $763 73
New Orleans Fair Grounds May 2, 2024 From $450 50
State Farm Stadium May 7, 2024 From $108 9,311
Allegiant Stadium May 11, 2024 From $121 7,739
Lumen Field May 15, 2024 From $75 11,484
MetLife Stadium May 23, 2024 From $135 8,306
MetLife Stadium May 26, 2024 From $134 9,073
Gillette Stadium May 30, 2024 From $172 13,182
Camping World Stadium Jun 3, 2024 From $112 8,528