It was announced on the 26th February that the Rolling Stones are making a huge comeback this summer, and touring the UK, Ireland and Europe! The ‘No Filter’ tour is beginning in Dublin on the 17th May, lasting two months and finishing in Warsaw. Tickets don’t come cheap for this event – starting at £90 for seating, and up to £450 for standing! However, with an iconic band like the Rolling Stones, you will have to grab your tickets quickly when they go on sale on the 2nd March!

Tour Dates (to be painted black in your diary!):

Rolling Stones UK Tour

May 17 – Croke Park, Dublin

May 22 – London Stadium, London

Jun 05 – Old Trafford Football Stadium, Manchester

Jun 09 – BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh

Jun 15 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Jun 19 – Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham

Jun 22 – Olympiastadion, Berlin

Jun 26 – Orange Velodrome, Marseille

Jun 30 – Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart

Jul 04 – Letnany Airport, Prague

Jul 08 – PGE Narodowy Stadium, Warsaw

Considering the upcoming tour, we look at the last tour that the Rolling Stones performed. Starting in 2012 in Paris, the Stones begun their ’50 and Counting’ tour. It was extended due to popular demand (and satisfaction!), after touring North America and Europe for 9 months, they travelled to the other side of the world and toured Asia, Oceania and eastern Europe. Every single gig had a sell-out audience, meaning throughout the 2 years of touring, they performed to approximately 1,616,880 people!

Along the tours journey, the Rolling Stones  invited some very special guests onto the stage. Some supporting artists including Mary J. Blige, Bill Wyman, Mick Taylor, John Mayer, Gwen Stefani, Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga and the Black Keys.

Summer of 2013 was a particularly successful time for the tour. They performed Glastonbury Festival on 29th June 2013, which after 50 years of the band, was there first time performing here! On the 6th and 13th July, the Stones performed in Hyde Park. This was 44 years after the free gig they performed at Hyde Park in 1969. This corresponded with Mick Jagger’s birthday, in which he turned 70 on the 26th July.

Glastonbury video:

It is expected that these tickets will be selling out fast, so make sure you go online at 9 am on March 2nd to get yours. Tickets will be available on Ticketmaster, AXS, and other reputable ticket agencies.

To get your official Rolling Stones merchandise in time for the concerts, click here!

Blog written by Kate Woodbridge