The Rolling Stones Tour 2020
Rolling Stones Tickets 2020: The Rolling Stones announced a 2020 tour of North America. Beginning in early May, the band will be on the road through the start of July and will focus on large stadiums.
Up first is a performance at SDCCU Stadium in San Diego on May 8. Then, the legendary rockers cross the border for a show in Vancouver on May 12. From there, The Rolling Stones head back to the U.S. for concerts in Minneapolis, Nashville, Austin, Dallas, Buffalo, Detroit, Louisville, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Charlotte and Tampa. The tour is currently slated to end at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium on July 9.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 14 at 10 a.m. local time.
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8 SDCCU Stadium SAN DIEGO, CA
12 BC Place VANCOUVER, BC
16 U.S. Bank Stadium MINNEAPOLIS, MN
20 Nissan Stadium NASHVILLE, TN
24 Circuit of The Americas AUSTIN, TX
29 Cotton Bowl Stadium DALLAS, TX
6 New Era Field BUFFALO, NY
10 Ford Field DETROIT, MI
14 Cardinal Stadium LOUISVILLE, KY
19 FirstEnergy Stadium CLEVELAND, OH
23 Heinz Field PITTSBURGH, PA
27 The Dome at America’s Center ST. LOUIS, MO
1 Bank of America Stadium CHARLOTTE, NC
5 Raymond James Stadium TAMPA, FL
9 Mercedes-Benz Stadium ATLANTA, GA
The Rolling Stones are an English rock band. This group is fronted by Mick Jagger, who can usually be seen dancing wildly in the group’s music videos or in concert when the act tours or appears at a festival. Jagger writes most of the group’s songs, along with guitarist Keith Richards. The group’s lineup is rounded out by Charlie Watts on drums and Ronnie Wood on guitar. The band emerged in the early Sixties, as part of what’s been termed the British Invasion. The act was inspired by American blues artists like Muddy Waters, who recorded for Chess Records. The Rolling Stones are proud Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members. They were elected to this select group in 1989. In Rolling Stone Magazine’s 100 Greatest Artists of All time, the band came in at number 4. A few of the act’s best known songs include “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” and “Jumpin’ Jack Flash.” Both of these songs were famous long before MTV and the era of music videos. Jagger is famous for his bigger than normal lips, while Richards’ image was an visual inspiration for the Pirates of the Caribbean films. Richards appeared in two Pirates of the Caribbean movies, and was nominated for the Scream Award for Best Cameo in 2011’s Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. Whenever the band mounts a tour, it’s a big event in the music business. Many of the group’s most famous songs can be viewed online,