Rolling Stones 2019 U.S. Tour Coming: Report

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The Stones’ logo flies over Denver’s Mile High Stadium

Nothing has been announced officially yet, but a number of inside reports suggest that the Rolling Stones will be making another go-round across the United States beginning in spring 2019. Again, this is still in the rumor stage, but at least one Stones fan site, It’s Only Rock’n Roll, lists a dozen likely stops for the alleged tour, with a handful of possible dates for four of those cities as of November 14.

[Update, Nov. 19: Details are here!]

Other news outlets have also speculated that the band has scheduled visits to their area (see photo at right). Denver’s NBC affiliate reports that the Broncos Stadium general manager told a district board meeting the concert would be announced “next week.”

On November 15, the Stones posted an animated video of their iconic tongue and lips logo rising above the New York City harbor. Scroll down to see it and the full rumored schedule as of now.

Each of the rumored concerts is slated for an outdoor stadium holding a minimum of 45,000 people and as many as 80,000. Also listed is a May 2 stop at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

The Denver Post‘s music site The Know notes that the Stones haven’t played the city since 2005. For that arena show, tickets were scaled from $60 to $400.

In recent years, the Stones have built several days in between performances. Should the tour begin in April, Charlie Watts will be 77, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards both 75, and Ronnie Wood 71.

On November 15, the Stones posted this video on their Facebook page



Posted by The Rolling Stones on Thursday, November 15, 2018

The Stones’ most recent tour, dubbed #NoFilter, began in Hamburg, Germany, in September 2017, and they ended that first leg of the tour in Paris Oct. 25, 2017. They then returned to the road in May of this year, starting the next leg of the tour in Dublin, Ireland, in May. That part of the tour ended in Warsaw, Poland, July 8 of this year.

Related: Our recap of the final concert of the Stones’ 2018 #NoFilter Tour

The Stones’ last U.S. shows took place in October 2016 but their last full-scale tour of the country occurred in the summer of 2015.

Related: Our review of the Stones at Desert Trip in 2016

Watch the Stones cover the Beatles at Desert Trip

Rolling Stones Rumored 2019 Tour Stops (as of Nov. 14, 2018) (Tickets will be available here and here)

Apr 20 or 24 – Miami, FL – Hard Rock Stadium
Apr 20 or 24 – Jacksonville, FL – IAA Bank Field
May 02 – New Orleans, LA – Jazz Fest
Jun 13 and/or June 17 – East Rutherford, NJ – Metlife Stadium

The following venues are listed by the fan site without specific dates attached:
NRG Stadium – Houston, TX
Rose Bowl – Pasadena, CA
CenturyLink Field – Seattle, WA
Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, CA
Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, PA
Mile High Stadium – Denver, CO
Soldier Field – Chicago, IL
Gillette Stadium – Foxboro, MA

Related: Links for 100s of classic rock tours

Watch the Stones play “Street Fighting Man” in Warsaw in July 2018

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  1. Michael P Jagger
    #1 Michael P Jagger 15 November, 2018, 02:40

    We just got a ticket print order for a very very large amount of tickets the blanks have arrived a semi trailer full they will go to print very soon it is very very hushed up who it’s for and we’re not allowed to say anyway,let’s just say it’s a very big your money mates,your going to need it for a ticket to this one

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  2. Chic
    #2 Chic" Ago 15 November, 2018, 12:02

    Always know They are Never quite done”

    RETURNING Numerous times after Babylon!!
    Who is it?

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  3. Eliot Wien
    #3 Eliot Wien 15 November, 2018, 13:58

    Today, November 15, 2018, A Stencil of The Rolling Stones Tongue logo was at the entrance of the Court Street Station in Brooklyn, New York. A sure sign that The Rolling Stones are coming. Is that a clue for Barclays Arena in Brooklyn?

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  4. Stones of Berlin
    #4 Stones of Berlin 17 November, 2018, 08:45

    A small correction of the #NoFilter Tour began in Hamburg not in Munich, in September 2017. I was at both concerts.

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  5. jacksonville
    #5 jacksonville 18 November, 2018, 14:39

    Stones logos appeared several times at jaguars game in Jacksonville today along with a message that said “stay tuned”

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  6. crowesnest
    #6 crowesnest 18 November, 2018, 17:07

    Would love to see Jane Lee Hooker as an opening act- if the Stones have the balls. 😉

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