Details on the Rolling Stones 2024 Tour

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The Rolling Stones 2024 tour will be commencing in April next year — celebrating the band’s recent album “Hackney Diamonds.”

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Published on Nov 26, 2023

The Rolling Stones will be commencing a 16-city tour in North America next year as the band celebrates “Hackney Diamonds,” its 25th studio album that released last month. The U.S. last hosted the Stones for their “No Filter” tour in 2021.

“Hackney Diamonds” marked the Stones’ first album since drummer Charlie Watts died in 2021. Taking his place during the tour will be the band’s recently anointed drummer Steve Jordan — hand-picked by Watts himself.

Sponsored by AARP, tickets for the tour go on sale at 10 a.m. local time Friday, Dec. 1 via Ticketmaster. Additionally, AARP members will be getting early access to tickets from 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29 through 10 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30.

  • April 28 — NRG Stadium, Houston
  • May 2 — New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, New Orleans (headlining gig, not part of the AARP presale)
  • May 7 — State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
  • May 11 — Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas
  • May 15 — Lumen Field, Seattle
  • May 23 — MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
  • May 30 — Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts
  • June 3 — Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida
  • June 7 — Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
  • June 11 — Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
  • June 15 — Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland
  • June 20 — Empower Field at Mile High, Denver
  • June 27 — Soldier Field, Chicago
  • July 5 — BC Place, Vancouver, British Columbia
  • July 10 — SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles
  • July 17 — Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California

“Hackney Diamonds” was the 13th studio album from the band to reach Number One in the U.K., and was considered their best work in some 40 years. It also features prominent collaborations, including:

  • Stevie Wonder — “Sweet Sounds of Heaven”
  • Paul McCartney — “Bite My Head Off”
  • Lady Gaga — “Sweet Sounds of Heaven”
  • Elton John — “Get Close” and “Live by the Sword”

The album’s first single “Angry” — which also starred Sydney Sweeney in its music video — is nominated for best rock song at the Grammy Awards.