The Rolling Stones are coming to the States. The legendary band has finally released dates for their “50 and Counting” North American tour. The first show will be in the West Coast, with stops in Los Angeles, Oakland, San Jose, Las Vegas and Anaheim. They’ll also be up in Toronto and Chicago.
According to Billboard the band has 18 shows to work with; but only nine of them have been announced thus far. The last tour date revealed takes place on June 18 at the Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center, but it’s hardly their last performance. The band will go back home to the U.K. for the Glastonbury Festival on June 29, and then AEG Live will promote two dates at London’s Hyde Park on July 6.
The last major tour that the Stones went on was eight years ago. The “A Bigger Bang” show that ran from August 2005 through August 2007. Check out the newly released tour dates below.
Rolling Stones North American Tour Dates:
Early May Los Angeles Staples Center
5/5 Oakland Oracle Arena
5/8 San Jose HP Pavilion
5/11 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
5/15 Anaheim Honda Center
5/25 Toronto Air Canada Centre
5/28 Chicago United Center
6/12 Boston TD North Garden
6/18 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
Here’s the announcement of the tour dates:
Are you excited that the Rolling Stones are coming to North America?
[via A.V. Club]