Rolling Stones Tour

Rolling Stones “50 and Counting” Tour Dates

After much debate and speculation, The Rolling Stones have finally announced official dates for their summer tour. Titled “50 and Counting,” the tour will see the iconic rock n’ roll band playing only nine North American dates… but who’s counting? It kicks off on May 5 in Oakland, CA, at the Oracle Arena, followed by a stint at the HP Pavilion in San Jose. May 25 marks their performance in Toronto at the Air Canada Centre, followed by a show in Chicago, IL, at the United Center and a gig at the TD Garden in Boston. The shows wrap up with a June 18 show in Philly at the Wells Fargo Center. Sorry, New York fans – you had your fill of the Stones when they spoiled you at Barclays Center last year. After the North American dates wrap, the band will head over to the UK for their Glastonbury appearance, followed by a July 6 show at London’s Hyde Park.

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Rolling Stones Tour Rumors

Through the clever use of billboards with their signature Rolling Stones’ kissy face icon, the band has been not-so-subtly hinting that official dates for their 2013 tour will be announced this Wednesday. Currently, no specific dates have been locked down yet, as of last week The Rolling Stones have finally chosen a promoter for their upcoming North American arena tour. The rockers will go with AEG Live, who allegedly made a “real crazy offer” to outbid the competition. Said tour will include 18 dates, and according to “a source close to the band” (as reported by Rolling Stone) is set to kick off on May 2. Seems to be an awfully close start date considering tickets haven’t go on sale and nothing has actually been confirmed. But if anybody can pull it off, the Stones can. They will reportedly earn $4-5 million per show – which means top tickets could end up costing folks $500 – $600 a pop! Would you pay that much to see these fossils icons?

Rolling Stones Glastonbury Festival

It was announced earlier this week that The Rolling Stones will perform at the UK’s massive Glastonbury Festival. They’ll be one of three headlining acts, which also includes Elvis Costello and Mumford & Sons. Upon news of the summer plans, guitarist Keith Richards made a statement: “We all had such a ball last year, and the energy between the band is so good, we can’t wait to play Glastonbury, see you on a summer’s day in England.” The announcement shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise to fans, as earlier in the year Jagger alluded to the possibility in an interview with NME: “There are other things in the world, you know, apart from Glastonbury! But then again, Glastonbury is very important. It seems to be very important to my children – highlight of their year! … But is it going to be rainy on the Sunday? Isn’t it nearly always rainy on the Sunday?” Oh well, guess we’ll have to invest in some wellies.

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Rolling Stones Tour Dates (as of May 1)

Date City State/Country Venue
5/5/13 Oakland CA Oracle Arena
5/8/13 San Jose CA HP Pavilion
5/11/13 Las Vegas NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
5/15/13 Anaheim CA Honda Center
5/18/13 Anaheim CA Honda Center
5/20/13 Los Angeles CA Staples Center
5/25/13 Toronto ON Air Canada Centre
5/28/13 Chicago IL United Center
5/31/13 Chicago IL United Center
6/3/13 Chicago IL United Center
6/6/13 Toronto ON Air Canada Centre
6/9/13 Montreal QB Centre Bell
6/12/13 Boston MA TD North Garden
6/14/13 Boston MA TD North Garden
6/18/13 Philadelphia PA Wells Fargo Center
6/21/13 Philadelphia PA Wells Fargo Center
6/29/13 Pilton UK Glastonbury Music Festival
7/6/13 London UK Hyde Park
7/13/13 London UK Hyde Park

Rolling Stones “50 and Counting” Tour Announcement Video

Rolling Stones Average Ticket Prices

City State Venue/Country Date Avg. Price
Lancaster PA American Music Theatre 11/24/10 $99.00
Lancaster PA American Music Theatre 11/29/10 $99.00
New York NY B.B. King Blues Club & Grill 1/12/11 $19.00
Lancaster PA American Music Theatre 1/20/11 $62.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 1/13/12 $130.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 1/30/12 $240.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 2/2/12 $195.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 2/3/12 $120.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 2/7/12 $130.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 2/20/12 $450.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 2/22/12 $400.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 2/26/12 $110.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 2/27/12 $275.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 2/28/12 $300.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 3/1/12 $301.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 3/3/12 $80.75
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 3/4/12 $116.67
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 3/5/12 $94.50
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 3/6/12 $206.46
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 3/7/12 $200.67
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 3/8/12 $202.50
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 3/9/12 $350.50
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 3/10/12 $200.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 3/11/12 $500.00
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 3/12/12 $313.75
New York NY Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium 3/13/12 $155.60
Toronto ON Massey Hall 10/8/12 $189.00
London UK O2 Arena – London 10/19/12 $748.23
London UK O2 Arena – London 10/20/12 $975.29
London UK O2 Arena – London 10/22/12 $1,408.67
London UK O2 Arena – London 10/23/12 $750.00
London UK O2 Arena – London 10/24/12 $1,034.33
London UK O2 Arena – London 10/25/12 $1,025.42
London UK O2 Arena – London 10/26/12 $649.19
London UK O2 Arena – London 10/27/12 $883.75
Newark NJ Prudential Center 10/28/12 $989.30
Newark NJ Prudential Center 10/29/12 $1,023.11
London UK O2 Arena – London 10/30/12 $847.94
London UK O2 Arena – London 10/31/12 $1,350.92
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/1/12 $892.04
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/2/12 $877.61
Newark NJ Prudential Center 11/3/12 $1,211.81
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/4/12 $983.58
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/5/12 $998.50
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/6/12 $904.47
Newark NJ Prudential Center 11/7/12 $838.87
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/8/12 $948.15
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/9/12 $999.29
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/10/12 $916.89
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/11/12 $882.77
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/12/12 $1,028.40
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/13/12 $967.22
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/14/12 $843.38
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/15/12 $901.74
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/16/12 $930.35
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/17/12 $927.92
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/18/12 $820.47
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/19/12 $701.15
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/20/12 $625.57
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/21/12 $660.34
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/22/12 $658.39
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/23/12 $576.83
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/24/12 $641.73
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/25/12 $574.38
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/26/12 $733.07
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/27/12 $814.17
London UK O2 Arena – London 11/28/12 $953.18
Newark NJ Prudential Center 11/29/12 $754.08
Newark NJ Prudential Center 11/30/12 $674.52
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/1/12 $714.28
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/2/12 $691.14
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/3/12 $892.26
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/4/12 $712.12
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/5/12 $756.14
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/6/12 $747.08
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/7/12 $798.35
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/8/12 $840.43
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/9/12 $747.78
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/10/12 $828.29
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/11/12 $980.20
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/12/12 $843.67
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/13/12 $646.66
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/14/12 $706.25
Newark NJ Prudential Center 12/15/12 $530.38

Rolling Stones Discography

Since their formation in 1962, The Rolling Stones have released 29 studio albums, 18 live albums, 33 compilation albums and three EPs. Their latest album, 2005′s A Bigger Bang, was certified Platinum in the US and Gold in the UK. Check below for a complete list of their studio albums.

YearAlbum

1964 The Rolling Stones (UK)
1964 12 x 5
1965 The Rolling Stones No. 2
1965 The Rolling Stones, Now!
1965 Out of Our Heads
1965 December’s Children (And Everybody’s)
1966 Aftermath
1967 Between the Buttons
1967 Their Satanic Majesties Request
1968 Beggars Banquet
1969 Let it Bleed
1971 Sticky Fingers
1972 Exile on Main St.
1973 Goats Head Soup
1974 It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll
1976 Black and Blue
1978 Some Girls
1980 Emotional Release
1981 Tattoo You
1983 Undercover
1986 Dirty Work
1989 Steel Wheels
1994 Voodoo Lounge
1997 Bridges to Babylon
2005 A Bigger Bang

Rolling Stones Video for “Paint it Black”