Rolling Stones 2020 Tour Rumors Heat Up

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Nothing has been announced officially yet, but a number of clues suggest that the Rolling Stones will be doing another stadium tour across the United States and Canada in 2020. This is still in the rumor stage, but at least one Stones fan site, It’s Only Rock’n Roll, has begun to list specific cities – 15, as of Feb. 4 – that are likely stops for the alleged tour. On Monday, Feb. 3, the Stones’ various social media pages featured an 8-second clip of their famed tongue-and-lips logo flashing in the sky. The animation was set to “Brown Sugar” and was accompanied by two words: “Feeling restless.”

UPDATE: Details were announced on Feb. 6

The Star Tribune posted a story on Feb. 3 of an ice sculpture of the Stones logo being installed in a prominent skyscraper in Minneapolis. The paper noted that city officials had scheduled an announcement for this Thursday, Feb. 6, for an “unnamed concert.”

The logo also appeared at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Other markets in the IORR listing show Vancouver, Austin, Dallas, Nashville, Detroit, Tampa, Louisville, Buffalo, Cleveland, St. Louis, Atlanta, and Pittsburgh, as among the likely cities for Stones concerts in May and June.

Other online reports started getting sloppy. One rumor from an established media outlet had the tour beginning May 17 at Petco Park in San Diego. Trouble is, the San Diego Padres baseball team have a home game that day.

The Stones teased the 2019 edition of their “No Filter” tour in a similar fashion, with the Stones’ logo cropping up in high visibility spots in several cities and the band teasing images on their social media pages.

The 2019 North American tour, postponed for Mick Jagger’s unexpected heart valve procedure, ultimately began on June 21 and continued through August.

Related: Our 2019 review of a “spectacular” Stones concert

Once the 2020 shows are announced, tickets will be available here and here.

Related: Links for 100s of classic rock tours

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