The Rolling Stones Announce 2021 Rescheduled Tour Dates

After nearly a lifetime of nothing but sex, drugs and rock and roll, The Rolling Stones aren’t ready to hang up their hats just yet.  The veteran rock band announced they will be bringing back their No Filter Tour to North America later in 2021.  The freshly rescheduled shows will kick off on Sept. 26 in St. Louis and will conclude Nov. 20 in Austin, TX. They will also stop in Charlotte, Pittsburgh, Nashville, Inglewood, Minneapolis, Tampa, Dallas, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Detroit and more.  Sadly, no stops are planned for Chicago.  They will also be performing at New Orleans Jazz & Hertiage Festival.  This tour was originally scheduled for 2017 with tons of stops in Europe and made their way to North America in 2019, but Mick had terrified everyone by having heart surgery instead.

The Stones last released an album in 2016, “Blue & Lonesome” which is a covers album.  The album climbed to #4 on the Billboard 200 and earned them a Grammy Award for Best Traditions Blues Album of the Year in 2018.  In 2015, they went on their Zip Code Tour which brought them to 17 cities across the U.S. and Canada.  Their tours are legendary and some of the highest-grossing of all time and not to be missed. Do NOT miss your chance to see The Rolling Stones live!

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