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About The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones are one of the most popular and influential rock and roll bands of all time. Created in 1962, they originally included Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, and Ian Stewart. They focused on Chicago Blues style music. With a fan base that spans multiple generations, Rolling Stones tickets are sure to sell out within minutes!
The Rise of the Stones
The band’s first single was a cover of “Come On” by Chuck Berry. It was released in 1963 and rose to number 21 in the UK singles charts. The Rolling Stones also released “I Wanna Be Your Man” and “Not Fade Away” in 1963 and 1964. The next few years were difficult and tumultuous for the Stones. They performed in the United States for the first time and appeared on multiple talk shows. No one seemed to be ready for the rock n roll aura of the band. They were even mocked for their style and performance.
The Rolling Stones reached their peak of fame when they released their second album, The Rolling Stones No. 2, or The Rolling Stones, Now! in the US. This album included hit songs like The Last Time, which reached number one in the UK. Soon after, the band released single, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, which topped the Billboard Hot 100 charts for four weeks. The early 1960’s continued to be a great time for The Stones, releasing hit after hit.
As the 60’s neared their end, The Rolling Stones found themselves in trouble. The drug and party scene in London was running rampant and the police were catching on. Both Jagger and Jones were arrested for drug related charges, but they didn’t let these setbacks stop them from recording music. In 1967 they released Their Satanic Majesties Request, which reached number three in the UK and number two in the US. The Stones manager Oldham decided to leave the band during this time.
The Rolling Stones continued their success into the 1970s. Releasing an impressive number of albums including Beggars Banquet, The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, Let It Bleed, Exile on Main St, Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out!, Sticky Fingers, Hot Rocks 1964-1971, Goats Head Soup, It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll, Black and Blue, Love You Live, and Some Girls.
In 1989 the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, bringing the bandmates back together to begin recording once again. Richards, Jagger, Taylor, Woods and Jones began working on Steel Wheels.
The Rolling Stones released Jump Back in 1993 and Voodoo Lounge in 1994.They continued to tour in both Europe and North America throughout the entirety of the 1990s.
The next album was Forty Licks, marking 40 years as a band. This album included many of the classics as well as a few new songs. The same year, the band was honored as being one of the ‘Top 50 Bands to See Before You Die’ by Q magazine. In February 2006 The Rolling Stones performed for the Super Bowl XL in Detroit, Michigan.
The Rolling Stones Today
In honor of their 50th year anniversary, the Rolling Stones released a book The Rolling Stones: 50 in 2012. A new version of their lips logo was also released. A documentary by Brett Morgen was published in 2012 as well. A European and North American tour followed, ending in mid-2013. 2014 brought about another tour, 14 On Fire, where the band visited the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and Europe. In 2016 the band was off on tour yet again, this time in Latin America. At the end of 2016 the band dropped another album, Blue & Lonesome. This album strayed from their hard rock image, bringing them back to a blues sound, covering famous artists like Jimmy Reed and Little Walter. In 2017 the band released On Air, a brand-new album debuting 8 never heard before songs. The band announced the No Filter tour in May of 2017. The Rolling Stones will tour Europe and America in 2017-2019 celebrating over 50 years of incredible rock and roll music.
The No Filter Tour
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Woods, and Charlie Watts, all at over 70 years old, are back again for yet another incredible stretch of performances. The No Filter Tour began in September of 2017 in Hamburg, Germany and continued across Europe until July of 2018, where they concluded the European leg of their tour in Warsaw, Poland. The Rolling Stones picked the tour back up in June of 2019 in Chicago. The classic rock band made their way around the country for 17 shows, ending in Miami in August.
After coming hot off a 2019 summer tour, the Rolling Stones have announced that they would once again be touring the United States in 2021. With all of the buzz that their North American tour generated in 2019, it is to be expected that cheap Rolling Stones tickets are going to be very hard to come by! Among the stops that the band made in 2021 included U.S Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, Ford Field in Detroit, Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, and Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
The No Filter Tour setlist includes classic songs like It's Only Rock N Roll (But I Like It) and Miss you, as well as lesser known, but equally as impressive, songs by the band such as Neighbours and Play with Fire. The Rolling Stones incredible energy is something that you don't want to miss!
Order Stones tickets to see them live, with The Rolling Stones No Filter tour beginning in St. Louis, MO on September 26th, 2021. Everyone at any age is sure to enjoy this rock n roll show.
Previous No Filter Tour dates were rescheduled for 2021, with new dates added for New Orleans, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas. Order your cheap Rolling Stones tickets 2021 today before they sell out, as they are sure to do. This will be a memory that you won't forget.
Frequently Asked Questions About The Rolling Stones
How Much are Rolling Stones Tickets?
Rolling Stones ticket prices vary depending on the location of the show, however the average ticket price for a Rolling Stones concert in 2020 is $646. Although fans can find $27 Rolling Stones tickets right here at CheapTickets!
Are the Rolling Stones Touring in 2021?
Yes! The Rolling Stones extended their No Filter Tour another year, touring through North America from September 26th to November 20th, 2021. Use our interactive seating chat to browse some of the cheapest Rolling Stone tickets for every stop on the tour!
Where are the Rolling Stones Performing in 2021?
The No Filter Tour is set to stop in 13 North American cities spanning across a three-month span. The tour kicks off in St. Louis at The Dome at America's Center and wraps up in Austin at the Super Stage at Circuit of The Americas. Along the way, the famed band had performances at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, and Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.
- Sep 26 - St. Louis, MO - The Dome at America's Center
- Sep 30 - Charlotte, NC - Bank Of America Stadium
- Oct 4 - Pittsburgh, PA - Heinz Field
- Oct 9 - Nashville, TN - Nissan Stadium - Nashville
- Oct 14 - Inglewood, CA - SoFi Stadium
- Oct 17 - Inglewood, CA - SoFi Stadium
- Oct 24 - Minneapolis, MN - US Bank Stadium
- Oct 29 - Tampa, FL - Raymond James Stadium
- Nov 2 - Dallas, TX - Cotton Bowl Stadium
- Nov 6 - Las Vegas, NV - Allegiant Stadium
- Nov 11 - Atlanta, GA - Mercedes-Benz Stadium
- Nov 15 - Detroit, MI - Ford Field
- Nov 20 - Austin, TX - Super Stage at Circuit of The Americas