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The Rolling Stones have announced they are going back on the road with a brand-new tour performing in 16 cities across the U.S. and Canada. Fans can expect to experience Mick, Keith and Ronnie play their most popular hits ranging from “Start Me Up,” “Gimme Shelter,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” “Satisfaction” and more, as well as fan favourite deep cuts and music from their new album HACKNEY DIAMONDS.

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Rolling Stones Announce 2024 North American ‘Hackney Diamonds’ Tour Dates

The outing will hit 16 cities across the U.S. and Canada.

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The Rolling Stones announced the dates for their 2024 North American tour in support of their Grammy-nominated new album, Hackney Diamonds . The core trio of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood will hit 16 cities on the AARP-sponsored tour, beginning with an April 28 show at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.

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April 28 — Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium May 2 — New Orleans, LA @ Jazz Fest May 7 — Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium May 11 — Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium May 15 — Seattle, WA @ Lumen Field May 23 — East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium May 30 — Foxboro, MA @ Gillette Stadium June 3 — Orlando, FL @ Camping World Stadium June 7 — Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium June 11 — Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field June 15 — Cleveland, OH @ Cleveland Browns Stadium June 20 — Denver, CO @ Empower Field at Mile High June 27 — Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field July 5 — Vancouver, BC @ BC Place July 10 — Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium July 17 — Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s® Stadium

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Rolling Stones Kick-Start ‘Hackney Diamonds’ Tour With Thrilling Houston Concert

By Andy Greene

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Over the past couple of decades, the Rolling Stones have looked for any reason to hit the road besides the release of a new album of original songs. They’ve launched tours celebrating their 50th anniversary, reissues of select archival records, the 2016 covers LP Blue & Lonesome , and their 60th anniversary. Some years they headed out on the stadium circuit for no particular reason whatsoever, knowing a Stones tour is a major event in and of itself.

The first step was Houston’s NRG Stadium on Sunday night. After a strong opening set by Gary Clark Jr. that centered around his new LP, JPEG Raw , the band took the stage to the familiar opening notes of “Start Me Up.” This is the first time Mick Jagger has faced a stadium crowd since his 80th birthday last year, but his voice and body seem like they stopped aging sometime around Steel Wheels . It’s almost impossible to fully believe until you see it in person. (“People say Joe Biden is too old to be president,” an elderly woman behind me said early in the night. “They need to look at Mick!”)

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He wasn’t kidding. The 1965 Aftermath track wasn’t played live once until their 2022 European tour, and this was the first time it crossed the Atlantic. But it’s not something you hear much on classic rock radio, and the audience reaction was pretty muted at first. “I don’t think you really knew it,” Jagger said at the end. “But you got to know it as it went along.”

The Hackney Diamonds portion of the evening began at this point with leadoff single “Angry,” which popped onstage much like it did during their surprise album release show at the New York club Racket last year. “Beast of Burden” won the fan vote for the night, and it provided veteran backup Stones singer Bernard Fowler with a much-deserved spotlight moment. “You’ve got one more vote in November,” Jagger said. “Don’t forget to vote then too. What to play now? Something old … something new.”

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At the midway point of every Rolling Stones concert in recent memory, Jagger introduces the band one by one before heading offstage so Keith Richards can sing a couple of songs. For some reason, perhaps to squeeze more new songs into the set without cutting any of the standards, Richards was limited to just a single tune. He made it count by singing 1981’s “Little T & A” for the first time since 2016, though it was disappointing he didn’t get a chance to break out “Tell Me Straight” from Hackney Diamonds . It feels inevitable that’ll happen before this tour ends.

Jagger returned for “Sympathy for the Devil” and “Gimme Shelter,” which gave new background singer Chanel Haynes a chance to emerge from the wings and show off her stunning pipes. She first entered Stones World in 2022 when Sasha Allen, their previous background singer, couldn’t make a Milan show. Haynes was playing the lead role in the West End musical Tina at the time, and she parachuted in at the last second to save the show. This frustrated the producers of Tina , who fired her for handing the show off to her understudy that night when she wasn’t ill, but it impressed the Stones enough to hire her for this tour.

The main set wrapped up with “Honky Tonk Women,” “Miss You,” “Paint It Black,” and “Jumpin’ Jack Flash.” These are songs they’ve done hundreds and hundreds of times for good reason. The hardcores may yearn for deeper cuts like “Memory Motel” or “Moonlight Mile,” but Jagger knows they’d cause many people to sit down and start scrolling through Instagram. And when you have a song like “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” in your repertoire, you simply have to play it every time you do a gig.

“Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” one of the finest songs on Hackney Diamonds , kicked off the brief encore set. If it wasn’t challenging enough to channel Merry Clayton a few songs back, Haynes had to now deliver Lady Gaga’s soaring vocal parts from the original recording. Unsurprisingly, she crushed it. For a moment, it really felt like witnessing a scene from some alternate-universe version of A Star Is Born.

The night closed out with a joyous “Satisfaction,” meaning they played just three songs from Hackney Diamonds. That’s typical for a tour in support of a latter-day Rolling Stones album, but this one really deserved more. They dropped “Midnight Rambler,” one of the Richards songs, and the acoustic set to make room for the three new ones in the show, but it be worth further restructuring to squeeze in “Whole Wide World,” “Bite My Head Off,” and “Tell Me Straight.” These are stellar songs that deserve a spot in the set, even if it means tossing aside “Paint It Black” or “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” sometimes.

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“Start Me Up” “Get Off of My Cloud” “Rock Off” “Out of Time” “Angry” “Beast of Burden” “Mess It Up” “Tumbling Dice” “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” “Little T & A” “Sympathy for the Devil” “Gimme Shelter” “Honky Tonk Women” “Miss You” “Paint It Black” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” “Sweet Sounds of Heaven” “Satisfaction”

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The Rolling Stones announced they are going back on the road with a brand-new tour performing in 16 cities across the U.S. and Canada, stopping in Foxborough, MA on May 30, 2024 at Gillette Stadium. Fans can expect to experience Mick, Keith and Ronnie play their most popular hits ranging from “Start Me Up,” “Gimme Shelter,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” “Satisfaction” and more, as well as fan favorite deep cuts and music from their new album HACKNEY DIAMONDS .

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Tickets go on sale Dec. 1, with stops in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Santa Clara, Las Vegas and more in support of their latest album, 'Hackney Diamonds.'

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The Rolling Stones are coming to a stadium near you.

The rock icons announced a 16-city trek of the U.S. and Canada — Stones Tour ’24 Hackney Diamonds — which kicks off April 28 at Houston’s NRG Stadium. AARP is sponsoring the tour.

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Tickets for the tour go on sale Dec. 1 and the Stones will visit Inglewood’s SoFi Stadium, Santa Clara’s Levi Stadium, New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field, Chicago’s Soldier Field and Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium, where the Super Bowl will be held. The band will also perform at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on May 2. 

The U.S. last hosted the Stones during their No Filter tour in 2021.

Hackney Diamonds is the band’s first album of original music since 2005’s A Bigger Bang . The new album’s first single, “Angry,” recently earned a nomination for best rock song at the 2024 Grammy Awards, which will take place Feb. 4. 

In 2016, the Stones released the blues covers album Blue & Lonesome, which won the band their third Grammy. AEG Presents’ Concerts West is the promoter of the Stones Tour ’24 Hackney Diamonds.

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The Rolling Stones Announce 2024 Stadium Tour in Support of 'Hackney Diamonds' Album — See the Dates!

The Rolling Stones' upcoming 16-date run marks the U.K. rock band's first U.S. concerts since 2019's No Filter Tour

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The Rolling Stones are taking Hackney Diamonds to North America!

On Tuesday, the legendary U.K. rock band announced the Stones Tour '24 Hackney Diamonds, sponsored by AARP, a 16-date run of stadium concerts across the United States and Canada set for next year.

Kicking off April 28 in Houston, the Rolling Stones will perform shows in cities including New Orleans, Las Vegas, Seattle, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and more before wrapping on July 17 in Santa Ana, California.

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The Stones Tour '24 Hackney Diamonds marks the "Jumpin' Jack Flash" group's first time returning to the U.S. for an official string of concerts since 2019's No Filter Tour — as well as its first since the death of longtime drummer Charlie Watts in August 2021.

Tickets for the upcoming tour go on sale Dec. 1 at 10 a.m. local time, with more information available at the Rolling Stones' website .

Before releasing Hackney Diamonds last month, the band held an intimate concert at club Racket in New York City, where members Mick Jagger , Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood performed songs including such as “Shattered,” “Angry,” “Whole Wide World” and "Jumpin' Jack Flash."

The performance also included the live debut of Hackney Diamonds track "Sweet Sounds of Heaven" with a surprise appearance from Lady Gaga , who provides guest vocals on the song.

The Stones  announced  Hackney Diamonds   at a press event in London earlier this month, where Jagger, Richards and Wood took the stage to talk to  Jimmy Fallon  about the album.

"We wouldn't have put this album out if we didn't really like it," Jagger, 80, said to Fallon. "We must say that we are quite pleased with it. We’re not big-headed but we hope you like it."

In an emotional moment, the trio also touched on what it was like to record the album without Watts. "Ever since Charlie’s gone it’s different, he’s number four," Richards, 79, said. "He’s missing, he’s up there. Of course he's missed incredibly."

See below for the full list of Stones Tour '24 Hackney Diamonds dates.

April 28 - Houston, TX - NRG Stadium

May 2 - New Orleans, LA - Jazz Fest

May 7 - Glendale, AZ - State Farm Stadium

May 11 - Las Vegas, NV - Allegiant Stadium

May 15 - Seattle, WA - Lumen Field

May 23 - East Rutherford, NJ - MetLife Stadium

May 30 - Foxborough, MA - Gillette Stadium

June 3 - Orlando, FL - Camping World Stadium

June 7 - Atlanta, GA - Mercedes-Benz Stadium

June 11 - Philadelphia, PA - Lincoln Financial Field

June 15 - Cleveland, OH - Cleveland Browns Stadium

June 20 - Denver, CO - Empower Field at Mile High

June 27 - Chicago, IL - Soldier Field

July 5 - Vancouver, BC - BC Place

July 10 - Los Angeles, CA - SoFi Stadium

July 17 - Santa Clara, CA - Levi's Stadium

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Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney Diamonds Tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

Well, the Stones are far from being “England’s Newest” anything these days, but they still came across as incredibly fresh and vibrant as they brought the Hackney Diamonds Tour to Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara on Wednesday (July 17).

It was an amazing showing by the three remaining Stones — all of whom are age 77 or older — and one that nicely illustrated why AARP would decide to sponsor this roadshow. Because if Mick Jagger is what 80 looks like, then, well, sign all of us up.

Jagger, as per usual, was nothing short of miraculous as he worked the full house during a 20-song set that ran approximately two hours. The show began at right around 9 p.m., following an opening set by Canadian rock act The Beaches, and Jagger was still going strong — racing up and down the catwalk that extended from the large mainstage and into the crowd on the floor — as the clock ticked towards 11 p.m. (A representative for the 49ers, who operate the stadium, explained that the team had received an exemption to the regular 10 p.m. weekday curfew rule for this show.)

The group — which also consists of longtime guitarists Ronnie Wood (77) and Keith Richards (80) — kicked off the show in appropriate fashion, revving through the “Tattoo You” anthem “Start Me Up,” and then followed up with the first-tier classics “Get Off of My Cloud” and “Tumbling Dice.”

The Hackney Diamonds Tour supports last year’s album of the same name, which is the group’s first collection of original material in nearly 20 years and has earned solid reviews from both critics and fans.

This injection of new material has obviously been great for the Stones, stirring up creative juices that haven’t really been put to use since 2005’s “A Bigger Bang,” and the band members seemed particularly inspired whenever they turned to a “Hackney Diamonds” track in concert.

The Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney Diamonds tour at...

The Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney Diamonds tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

MIck Jagger and The Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney...

MIck Jagger and The Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney Diamonds tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

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Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney Diamonds Tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

Bassist Darryl Jones performs with The Rolling Stones during their...

Bassist Darryl Jones performs with The Rolling Stones during their Hackney Diamonds tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

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Guitarists Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, from right, perform with the Rolling Stones during their Hackney Diamonds tour at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney...

Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney Diamonds tour at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

The Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney Diamonds tour at...

Guitarist Ronnie Wood performs with The Rolling Stones during their Hackney Diamonds tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney...

Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney Diamonds tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

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The Rolling Stones Mick Jagger and guitarists Keith Richards, right, and Ronnie Wood perform during their Hackney Diamonds tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

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The Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney Diamonds tour at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

Keyboardist Chuck Leavell performs with The Rolling Stones during their...

Keyboardist Chuck Leavell performs with The Rolling Stones during their Hackney Diamonds tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

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The first new cut on the setlist was the album’s lead single, “Angry,” which scored a nomination for best rock song — but ended up losing to Boygenius’ “Not Strong Enough” — at this year’s Grammy Awards. The group was really on a roll as they entered “Angry” territory, having just finished up three straight fan favorites, and the fact that the new song didn’t derail the party one iota is a testament to the strength of “Hackney Diamonds.”

They’d find similar success with the new material a few songs later, offering up a muscular take on “Bite My Head Off” — which is about as punk rock as the Stones get in 2024 — as well as a memorable version of “Mess It Up.” They’d also include a lovely rendition of “Sweet Sounds of Heaven” in the encore.

Jagger was the undeniable bright star throughout the show, operating in full cheerleader mode as he used his moves and vocals to continually push the evening to even greater heights. He also took time to charm the crowd, showing his sports acumen as he gave his blessing to the hometown 49ers.

“Next year, I’m looking forward to you guys winning the Super Bowl,” Jagger said, noting the 10th anniversary of Levi’s Stadium before adding a sports wish that is a bit more personal to his heart: “Maybe England can win the World Cup.”

The consummate frontman further bonded with the audience as he looked back at the long history that the band has with the Bay Area.

“We first came here 59 years ago, if you believe it,” he said. “There was no Silicon Valley. But there was the Cow Palace. I can still smell it.”

The biggest difference between this concert and Stones shows of yore was, of course, the absence of Charlie Watts. This was the first time that the group had played in the Bay Area since the acclaimed drummer died at the age of 80 in 2021. And his presence was greatly missed, to the point where — at times — it just didn’t feel like it was the Stones as you looked up at the stage and didn’t see Watts behind the kit.

Drummer Steve Jordan performs with The Rolling Stones perform during their Hackney Diamonds tour at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Wednesday, July 17, 2024. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)

The rest of the touring band is also splendid, consisting of bassist Darryl Jones, saxophonists Karl Denson and Tim Ries, multi-instrumentalist Matt Clifford, keyboardist Chuck Leavell and backing vocalists Bernard Fowler and Chanelle Haynes.

Haynes got her chance to shine during an fiery version of “Gimme Shelter” late in the set, backing up Jagger with those impassioned lines first set to wax by Merry Clayton on the opening track of the 1969 album “Let It Bleed.”

Wood was on top of game on this night, delivering a steady string of meaty leads on such songs as “Bite My Head Off” and “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” while picking up the slack from Richards’ somewhat diminished role in the production.

The Stones didn’t hold anything back as they approached the finish line, rolling right through “Honky Tonk Women,” “Midnight Rambler” and other favorites before finishing up the main set with the always fun “Jumpin’ Jack Flash.”

Then the group returned to deliver “Sweet Sounds of Heaven” before closing up shop with — what else? — “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” Fans then left the building and made their way out into the night, looking every bit as satisfied as ever.

Setlist 1. “Start Me Up” 2. “Get Off of My Cloud” 3. “Tumbling Dice” 4. “Angry” 5. “Far Away Eyes” 6. “Like a Rolling Stone” 7. “Bite My Head Off” 8. “Mess It Up” 9. “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” 10. “You Got the Silver” 11. “Little T&A” 12. “Before They Make Me Run” 13. “Sympathy for the Devil” 14. “Honky Tonk Women” 15. “Midnight Rambler” 16. “Gimme Shelter” 17. “Paint It Black” 18. “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” Encore: 19. “Sweet Sounds of Heaven” 20. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”

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It doesn’t matter that both Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are 80.

As long as they’re sharing a stage, the Rolling Stones will continue to defy age and energy.

The band’s 16-city stadium sprint – sponsored, appropriately, by AARP – kicked off April 28 at NRG Stadium in Houston and will play through July 17 in Santa Clara, California. In between, the Rolling Stones will visit cities including Las Vegas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Cleveland and Chicago.

In October, the band released “Hackney Diamonds,” their first new album since 2005. For this complementary tour, Jagger, Richards and Ronnie Wood – along with durable supporting players Chuck Leavell, Darryl Jones, Matt Clifford, Karl Denson, Tim Ries, Steve Jordan (who assumed rhythm duties after the 2021 death of original drummer Charlie Watts ) and background vocalists Bernard Fowler and Chanel Haynes – shined on stage for two hours.

The 18-song set was stuffed with iconic rock anthems including “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” “Start Me Up,” and “Miss You”, along with a smattering of new songs from “Hackney,” including the Grammy-nominated “ Angry .”

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Rolling Stones Announce Openers for ’24 Hackney Diamonds Tour

The Rolling Stones  have announced the opening acts for their '24 Hackney Diamonds tour , which kicks off in Houston on April 28.

The band will play more than 20 shows across the U.S. through July 17. Most dates will feature exclusive opening acts, though a few artists will perform at more than one concert on the tour.

The Stones have lined up a diverse lineup of openers for the upcoming tour, including blues guitarist Gary Clark Jr., veteran soul singer Bettye Lavette and punk band the Linda Lindas.

READ MORE: The Rolling Stones, 'Hackney Diamonds': Album Review

Some artists have opened for the Stones before, such as Ghost Hounds and KALEO. But many are first-timers in the gig. You can see the band's tour dates and each city's scheduled opening act below.

Where Are the Rolling Stones Performing in 2024?

After the '24 Hackney Diamonds tour starts on April 28, the band will perform throughout the U.S., stopping at 20 cities - including Seattle, Atlanta, Cleveland and Los Angeles - before wrapping up the dates on July 17 in Santa Clara, California.

The group released its first album of new material since 2005 in October. Upon its release, Hackney Diamonds was greeted with enthusiastic reviews; it also claimed the No. 1 spot for best album in UCR's year-end writers' poll .

You can find more information about the tour at the Stones' website .

The Rolling Stones '24 Hackney Diamonds Tour April 28 - NRG Stadium - Houston, TX - Gary Clark Jr. May 2 - Jazz Fest - New Orleans, LA May 7 - State Farm Stadium - Glendale, AZ - Carin Leon; Electric Mud May 11 - Allegiant Stadium - Las Vegas, NV - The Pretty Reckless May 15 - Lumen Field - Seattle, WA - Joe Bonamassa May 23 - MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ - To be announced May 26 - MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ - Lawrence May 30 - Gillette Stadium - Foxboro, MA - The Red Clay Strays June 3 - Camping World Stadium - Orlando, FL - Tyler Childers June 7 - Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, GA - Ghost Hounds June 11 - Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, PA - KALEO June 15 - Cleveland Browns Stadium - Cleveland, OH - Ghost Hounds June 20 - Empower Field at Mile High - Denver, CO - Widespread Panic June 27 - Soldier Field - Chicago, IL - Bettye LaVette June 30 - Soldier Field - Chicago, IL - Lainey Wilson July 5 - BC Place - Vancouver, BC - Ghost Hounds July 10 - SoFi Stadium - Los Angeles, CA - The War and Treaty July 13 - SoFi Stadium - Los Angeles, CA - The Linda Lindas July 17 - Levi’s Stadium - Santa Clara, CA - The Beaches

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Rolling Stones members Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, and Ronnie Wood with Hackney Diamonds album cover with Levi's Stadium background, where the Stones performed the latest show on their 2024 tour.

The Rolling Stones made a few notable tour debuts with their latest show on their 2024 “Hackney Diamonds” tour .

During the Stones' July 17, 2024, show in Santa Clara, California, they debuted “Far Away Eyes” and “ Bite My Head Off .” The former is a song from their 1978 album, Some Girls. It won the fan vote and was performed over “Dead Flowers,” “Let It Bleed,” and “Sweet Virginia.”

This was the first time “Far Away Eyes” has been performed by them since October 29, 2021, per Setlist.fm. Before that, it had not been played since 2015 during their June 17 show in Nashville, Tennessee. The song has never been a staple of their live sets but was played 25 times in 1978.

“Bite My Head Off” was played for just the second time ever (and the first time on the Rolling Stones' 2024 “Hackney Diamonds” tour). The album version was a collaboration between the Stones and Paul McCartney, a member of the Beatles.

The only other time the band played the song was during their surprise show at Racket NYC in New York City on October 19, 2023. That show featured the live debuts of several Hackney Diamonds songs, including “Angry,” “Whole Wide World,” “Bite My Head Off,” and “Sweet Sounds of Heaven” (with Lady Gaga).

Rolling Stones' 2024 tour

Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger performing on the "Hackney Diamonds" tour on May 7, 2024.

The Rolling Stones' 2024 “Hackney Diamonds” tour is in support of their latest album release. Hackney Diamonds came out on October 20, 2023, and was their first album of new material since 2005's A Bigger Bang.

Hackney Diamonds featured collaborations with Paul McCartney, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Lady Gaga, and former Stones bassist Bill Wyman. It is their first album since the death of drummer Charlie Watts.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood are present for the tour. They are joined by Darryl Jones, Chanel Haynes, and more.

Their 2024 tour consists of just one leg and 20 total shows. It commenced on April 28, 2024, when the Stones played a show in Houston, Texas.

The July 17 show was the penultimate stop on the tour. They will next play the Thunder Ridge Nature Arena in Ridgedale, Missouri, on July 21.

Currently, there are no other shows planned for the tour. Fans will have to wait and see if they add any more shows to the itinerary.

The “Hackney Diamonds” tour features the first shows the Rolling Stones have played in North America in 2021. Their 2022 “Sixty” tour only consisted of 14 shows, all of which were in Europe.

Rolling Stones' “Hackney Diamonds” tour July 17, 2024 setlist

Below is the 20-song setlist from the July 17 Rolling Stones' 2024 “Hackney Diamonds” tour show in Santa Clara, California.

  • “Start Me Up”
  • “Get Off of My Cloud”
  • “Tumbling Dice”
  • “Far Away Eyes” (tour debut; fan-voted song)
  • “Like a Rolling Stone” (Bob Dylan cover)
  • “Bite My Head Off” (tour debut)
  • “Mess It Up”
  • “You Can't Always Get What You Want”
  • “You Got the Silver” (Richards on vocals)
  • “Little T&A” (Richards on vocals)
  • “Before They Make Me Run” (Richards on vocals)
  • “Sympathy for the Devil”
  • “Honky Tonk Women”
  • “Midnight Rambler”
  • “Gimme Shelter”
  • “Paint It Black”
  • “Jumpin' Jack Flash”
  • “Sweet Sounds of Heaven”
  • “(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction”

Andrew Korpan is the lead entertainment editor and film critic for ClutchPoints. Residing in Philadelphia, Andrew is an award-winning journalist with previous bylines at Collider, Above the Line, and Below the Line.

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​ The Rolling Stones North American tour, sponsored by AARP, will kick off April 28, 2024, in Houston. Tickets go on sale for the general public Dec. 1 at 10 a.m. local time. AARP members now have access to a presale.

​The band will perform in 16 cities across the U.S. and Canada, and will feature classic hits as well as music from their new album, Hackney Diamonds . The Stones last toured the U.S. in 2021 with their “No Filter” tour.​​

​ Hackney Diamonds , which just nabbed a Best Rock Song Grammy nomination for the lead single “Angry,” is the iconic band’s first set of originals since 2005’s A Bigger Bang. The title is drawn from British slang for the shards of glass left after a scofflaw smashes a windshield or window. Writing for AARP, music critic Edna Gundersen called the album “off the hook.”

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​“For those who doubted the Stones could match the greatness of past glories, ‘Hackney’ will come as a gratifying surprise. It crackles with the familiar grit, tattered pomp and dirty riffs that built their brand,” Gundersen wrote.​

​On the album, core members Mick Jagger , 80, and guitarists Keith Richards, 79, and Ronnie Wood, 76, are joined by Matt Clifford on keyboards, Darryl Jones, 61, on bass, and new drummer Steve Jordan, 66, handpicked by the late Charlie Watts as his replacement. Watts, who died in 2021 of cancer, and original bassist Bill Wyman, 86, who left the band in 1993, appear on tracks recorded in 2019.​​

​Here’s the current list of tour stops:​ 

Sunday, April 28, 2024 NRG Stadium Houston​

Thursday, May 2, 2024 (This date is not part of the AARP presale) Jazz Fest New Orleans​

Tuesday, May 7, 2024 State Farm Stadium Glendale, Arizona​

Saturday, May 11, 2024 Allegiant Stadium Las Vegas​

Wednesday, May 15, 2024 Lumen Field Seattle​

Thursday, May 23, 2024 MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, New Jersey​

Thursday, May 30, 2024 Gillette Stadium Foxboro, Massachusetts​​

Monday, June 3, 2024 Camping World Stadium Orlando, Florida​

Friday, June 7, 2024 Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta​

Tuesday, June 11, 2024 Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia​

Saturday, June 15, 2024 Cleveland Browns Stadium Cleveland​

Thursday, June 20, 2024 Empower Field at Mile High Denver​

Thursday, June 27, 2024 Soldier Field Chicago​

Friday, July 5, 2024 BC Place Vancouver, British Columbia​

Wednesday, July 10, 2024 SoFi Stadium Los Angeles​

Wednesday, July 17, 2024 Levi’s® Stadium Santa Clara, California​

AARP members get early access to STONES TOUR ‘24 HACKNEY DIAMONDS tickets. Presale begins at 10 a.m. local time on Nov. 29 through 10 p.m. local time on Nov. 30, while supplies last. There is an 8-ticket limit. Learn more here .

Contributing: Edna Gundersen

Alison Maxwell is an executive editor of features at AARP. Prior to joining the organization, she spent 20 years at  USA Today , most recently as managing editor of the Life section.

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Time is still on Mick Jagger's side as the Rolling Stones thrash State Farm Stadium

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Could there be a human being better suited to performing “Time Is on My Side” in 2024 than Mick Jagger at 80?

To be clear, the Rolling Stones did not include that gospel-flavored classic in the set they played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale on Tuesday, May 7.

But watching Jagger do what Jagger does for nearly two hours in metro Phoenix so soon after seeing those videos of him leading the Stones through “Time Is on My Side” just five days earlier as a duet with the amazing Irma Thomas, who also sounded great at age 83, at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival?

You couldn’t help but marvel at the age-defying essence of what Jagger brings to a performance .

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Mick Jagger was in total command at the Stones' Phoenix concert

It went beyond the sheer perpetual motion of it all. Yes, he rarely stopped moving. And there's a world of singers less than half his age who couldn't hope to match the energy he brought to State Farm Stadium.

But there’s an undeniable agility to what he does, an athleticism and a grace that invites you to imagine Mikhail Baryshnikov raised by a family of overcaffeinated roosters.

That side-to-side motion he does with his feet? The graceful swiveling of those hips that have been swiveling since the very early ‘60s? The youthful exuberance with which he glides and struts and sometimes even runs across a massive stage?

There was even a magical moment in the encore as the Stones were bringing “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” to a fevered pitch that he dropped to his knees as though he might channeling a young James Brown — at 80.

He got so into it on "Satisfaction," Keith Richards couldn't stop grinning.

The man was in total command of the stage from the time his bandmates found their footing after staggering into a looser-limbed-than-usual “Start Me Up” to the glorious pileup of iconic hits that brought their set to a breathless climax through the encore-closing “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.”

Rolling Stones setlist: Every song they sang in Phoenix on the 2024 Hackney Diamonds Tour

The Rolling Stones thrive on rawness and reckless abandon

By the second song, “It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll (But I Like It),” the Rolling Stones were firing on all cylinders.

It wasn’t always pretty. And it damn sure wasn’t perfect. But the Rolling Stones have done as much as anyone to help define a rock ‘n’ roll aesthetic that thrives on the rawness and reckless abandon at the heart of what they do.

This is especially true of the guitars.

Founding member Richards and kindred spirit Ronnie Wood, who started playing with the Stones while still a member of the Faces in 1975, are essentially flip sides of the same Chuck Berry 45. They spent the night dialing up some of the raunchiest guitar sounds you could ever hope to hear, the volume just too loud enough.

Their guitar work was scrappy and soulful and ragged and real and all those other underrated qualities that make for an exciting night of rock 'n' roll, the kind of night the Rolling Stones have always been so brilliant at delivering.

And it was to great to see them having such a good time, Richards grinning ear to ear in his red knit cap and Wood engaging in the sort of loopy onstage antics that made him such a perfect onstage foil for Richards when he joined the fold back in the '70s.

Here's the Rolling Stones 2024 lineup

This was Rolling Stones’ first time in metro Phoenix since the loss of founding member Charlie Watts, who died in 2021 after encouraging his bandmates to bring in Steve Jordan on drums to finish the No Filter Tour without him when he got too sick to carry on.

Jordan has been touring with them ever since and it’s easy to see why Watts thought he was the right man for the job.

He and Darryl Jones, their touring bassist since Bill Wyman left the group in 1993, are a commanding rhythm section, a point made abundantly clear on a hard-grooving version of “Miss You” that featured a jaw-dropping solo from Jones.

Rounding out their touring band are keyboard player Chuck Leavell; Bernard Fowler on backing vocals and percussion; Matt Clifford on keyboard and the French horn on “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”; saxophonists Karl Denson and Tim Reis; and backing vocalist Chanel Haynes, who joined the fold in 2022 and stepped into the spotlight with her awe-inspiring vocal turn on “Gimme Shelter.”

They’re all extremely talented musicians more than capable of following the Stones through a variety of musical aesthetics, from the classic boogie-woogie groove of “Tumbling Dice” to the disco moves of “Miss You,” the Latin percussion of “Sympathy for the Devil,” the rock ‘n’ roll swagger of “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” and the soulful splendor of “Gimme Shelter” and “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”

'Hackney Diamonds' is Rolling Stones' 1st new album in nearly 20 years

The Stones are touring in support of “Hackney Diamonds,” their first album of original material in nearly 20 years. A lot of critics have called it their best release since “Tattoo You” in 1981 or even “Some Girls” three years earlier. And it’s easy to hear why those critics would say that.

It’s kind of amazing that a group that’s been around for more than 60 years could still be operating on that level, much less sound so vital.

They only played three songs from “Hackney Diamonds,” but all three more than held their own against the staples fans had come to hear, from the slashing guitar riffs and snarling lead vocals of “Angry” to the disco-flavored “Mess It Up” and the smoldering gospel of “Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” a ballad they boldly held back to open the encore that featured another soulful show of force from Haynes.

“Sweet Sounds of Heaven” also boasted one of Jagger’s strongest vocals of the night. And there were many strong contenders for that title, from the soulful conviction with which he delivered “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” to the excitement he brought to the end of “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.”

He may have flubbed the occasional lyric, and there were some notes he didn’t try to hit. But overall, Jagger’s vocal performance was as age-defying as his movements.

Other highlights ranged from “She’s So Cold,” a song that hadn’t made a setlist since 2019, to Keith Richards taking a turn in the vocal spotlight on “Little T&A” (a song he introduced as “She’s My Little Rock & Roll” after telling the crowd, “It’s good to be here; it’s good to be anywhere”) and “Monkey Man,” which won the online fan vote.

World's greatest rock 'n' roll band? That seems right

It was all great, though. How many bands could even hope to bring a set to a climax by stringing together a series of songs as iconic as “Sympathy for the Devil,” “Honky Tonk Women,” “Miss You,” “Gimme Shelter,” “Paint It, Black” and “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”?

If you want to be known as the world’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll band, that’s one way to do it.

It was after a spirited version of "Tumbling Dice" that Jagger took a moment to address how pleased he was with the welcome the Stones had received from the city of Glendale.

The city renamed a portion of 95th Avenue near the stadium Satisfaction Way and the mayor declared May 7 Ruby Tuesday.

"We’re very honored that you chose to name today Ruby Tuesday, though," he said.

"That is so nice. It’s never happened to us before. Ruby Tuesday. Unfortunately, we’re not gonna be able to play it tonight because we’ve forgotten that one."

As they were nearing the end of their set, after “Honky Tonk Women,” Jagger did some reminiscing.

“My goodness, this is our 11th show in Arizona,” he said. “Isn’t that something? I want to thank you so much for coming back to see us. You know, my favorite show in Arizona was in 1997 when we accidentally set fire to the Sun Devil Stadium.”

Then, after “Miss You,” he told the crowd, “We’re gonna go out to Valley Bar after, OK? So you can join us there.”

Having gone to Valley Bar and hung around until it closed at 2 a.m., I can assure you, he was joking.

By the time they signed off with a raucous thrill ride through an epic “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” Tuesday night at State Farm Stadium was everything a Stones fan could’ve hoped for, the quintessential rock ‘n’ roll survivors still going strong after 62 years, invigorated by their new music.

Carin Leon and Electric Mud opened for the Rolling Stones

Forty-five minutes before the show was scheduled to begin, a band from San Diego called Electric Mud (the title of a Muddy Waters album) took the stage and delivered a well-received set that often felt like they were channeling the Rolling Stones of an early '70s vintage, especially those Jagger-esque lead vocals.

Two members of Electric Mud — Marc and Matty Hansen — have an aunt named Patti Hansen who's been married to Keith Richards since 1983. That may be how they got the gig, but they turned out to be a perfect fit.

Electric Mud was followed by regional Mexican music star Carin Leon , whose latest effort, “Colmillo de Leche,"  picked up Best Norteño Album at last year's Latin Grammys.

He wasn't nearly as perfect a fit, but went over surprisingly well on the strength of a powerful performance, fronting a 16-piece band complete with accordion and tuba and wearing black leather pants and matching vest over a black T-shirt, a black cowboy hat completing his look. Highlights of Leon's set included "It Was Always You (Siempre Fuiste Tú)" and Johnny Cash's "Man in Black."

Rolling Stones setlist 2024: Every song they played in Phoenix

Here's every song the Rolling Stones performed at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ .

  • “Start Me Up”
  • “It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (but I Like It)” (tour debut)
  • “She's So Cold”
  • “Beast of Burden”
  • “Monkey Man” (tour debut; fan-voted song)
  • “Mess It Up”
  • “Tumbling Dice”
  • “You Can't Always Get What You Want” (followed by band introductions)
  • “Little T&A” (Keith Richards on lead vocals)
  • “Sympathy for the Devil”
  • “Honky Tonk Women”
  • “Gimme Shelter”
  • “Paint It, Black”
  • “Jumpin' Jack Flash”
  • “Sweet Sounds of Heaven”
  • “(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction”

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Music + concerts, music + concerts | concert review: the rolling stones deliver a night of magic at sofi stadium, with tracks from 'hackney diamonds' to classic hot rockers, the band sounded inspired on its first of two shows at the venue..

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A brace of classic records, scores of hit singles and beloved album tracks, and the larger-than-life personas of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood ? That’s more than enough to thrill fans like those who packed SoFi Stadium on Wednesday for the first of the Stones’ two nights in Inglewood.

But it’s clearly not enough for the Rolling Stones , who somehow find fresh magic and motivation each night, each tour, each passing year, even as Jagger and Richards now are 80, and Wood, the baby of the band, now 77.

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Mick Jagger, an improbable 80 years old, performs with The Rolling Stones at SoFi Stadium on Wednesday, July 10, 2024. The Stones will play a second concert at Sofi Stadium on Saturday. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

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Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones performs at SoFi Stadium on Wednesday, July 10, 2024. The Stones will play a second concert at Sofi Stadium on Saturday. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

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Part of that this time is certainly the release last fall of “Hackney Diamonds,” the Rolling Stones’ 24th studio album, and first of original material since 2005’s “A Bigger Bang.” It’s a strong Stones album – seriously, go listen to it now – and it’s provided the band with a quartet of new tunes for the setlist each night.

Part of it is also that the loss of drummer Charlie Watts , the quiet anchor of the band, who died in August 2021, two months before the Rolling Stones last played SoFi Stadium , no longer casts a sorrowful shadow over the shows for band and fans alike.

All of that came together for two hours of music and a career-spanning set of 21 songs that thrilled fans from the moment the lights went dark and SoFi erupted with a roar or cheers.

“Start Me Up” kicked off the show, a song almost everyone in the stadium knew. Even with that kind of familiarity I felt chills for a moment just at the marvel of seeing the Stones again. They get old, we do, too, but this moment? Never.

“You Got Me Rocking” and “It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)” followed, building the initial energy of the show through this pair of classic get-up-and-party numbers. Playing venues this big the Stones have perfected a few moves to help the most distant fans feel connected.

Yes, you can see it all on the massive video screens alongside, behind and above the stage. But if you’re just looking at the stage their wardrobe makes it easy to spot no matter how tiny the figures might be. To start the show, Keith was the fella in a bright green shirt, Ronnie wore a magenta-sequined jacket over a bright red shirt, and Mick, well, Mick lost his jacket fast and a shirt quickly followed, leaving him the hyperactive gent in a long-sleeved black pullover.

“Angry,” the lead single from “Hackney Diamonds,” delivered the first of four songs off the new album. It sounds like a Stones track from 40 years ago, which is a good thing, and the crowd stayed on its feet for it. Each night, fans can vote for one rotating song to join the set – “Beast of Burden” won the vote on Wednesday. It’s slower groove featured a strong solo from Wood and Jagger sharing vocals with longtime backing singer Bernard Fowler.

More highlights of the early part of the evening included “Wild Horses,” which Jagger introduced as “something more romantical,” and which opened sweetly with just Richards and Wood on guitars before Jagger started to sing and then the rest of the band joined in. “Tumbling Dice” started to build up the rock ‘n’ roll energy again, and saw Jagger skipping and slipping to the end of a long ramp that extended into the audience in the floor seats.

“You Can’t Always Get What You Want” gave the broader band a chance to shine. Keyboardist Matt Clifford stepped out front to play French horn for the opening, while Chuck Leavell, who’s played keyboards on Stones tours since 1982, was a highlight on organ and piano at different points in the song.

“We first came 60 years ago to seek fame and fortune in Hollywood,” Jagger told the crowd at the finish of “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” “What we got was our first gig in San Bernardino, but it was great.

“And then we did this famous television show called the “T.A.M.I. Show,” he continued as a photo from that appeared on the video screen behind him.

“It was so long ago that some of you might think we’ve been hiding in the La Brea Tar Pits. We have not been.”

Jagger left the stage after introducing the band, handing off the microphone for Richards’s usual mid-show suite of songs he sings lead on. This tour, thanks to the new record, he has three numbers instead of the typical two. “Tell Me Straight” is the new one, its wistful lyrics looking back on time gone and time left: “Is the future all in the past? Just tell me straight.” (His other two numbers were longtime Keith fan favorites, “Little T&A” and “Before They Make Run.”)

Jagger returned, resplendent in a purple frock coat over a purple-sequined black shirt – Richards and Wood were also in different outfits by now, too – dancing down the ramp as the band kicked into “Sympathy for the Devil.”

From there, the back half of the set focused on similarly huge hits. “Honky Tonk Woman,” which Richard jagged electric guitar riffs, bled into “Midnight Rambler,” which more than any other song in the set explored the band’s bluesy roots. With Jagger on harmonica and vocals, and Wood and Richards soloing the song stretched out to nearly 10 minutes before Jagger collapsed to his knees at the end of the ramp into the crowd and the song finally wrapped up.

“Gimme Shelter” offered a showcase to backing vocalist Chanel Haynes, the newest member of the touring band, whose gospel roots shined as she traded lines with Jagger throughout. The main set ended with “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” one more classic tune from the most classic of rock bands still touring.

After a brief break, and another wardrobe change, the band return for a pair of songs on the encore. “Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” the last of the new songs, featured Haynes again in the part sung by Lady Gaga on “Hackney Diamonds.”

Then, after “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” everything wrapped up. The full band took a bow, and then, the last three Stones took another, waving goodnight, until the next night, and the one after that.

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. (KGO) -- The Rolling Stones performed for a cheerful, loyal and electric crowd Wednesday evening at Levi's Stadium.

The Rolling Stones started their set list with a classic - "Start Me Up."

Joining Mick Jagger were fellow Stones members Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood.

Before the show, we spoke with lifelong fans.

Judy Girard from Walnut Creek wore a concert shirt she bought in 1978.

"I got it when I was 18. Blues on the Green - It was Mick's birthday," Girard said.

Next Friday, Jagger turns 81-years-old. The band, started out in London in 1962.

"Incredibly impressive. You see Mick move on the stage at his age and it's exciting," Girard said.

For many fans, this show is one of many they've attended. Klaus Lauterbach and his wife met a Stones show in Munich two years ago.

"I know everybody in the front always, but I didn't know her so I said OK, I'll take care of her and now I still take care of her and we got married two and a half weeks ago," Lauterbach said.

Lauterbach said he's been watching the band play since the 80s.

"This tonight is my 134th tour," Lauterbach said.

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Many Stones fans have developed friendships. Tamara Guo lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She was with her friend Elizabeth Johnson, who lives in Monterey.

"We met through the Rolling Stones online in what 96-7?," Guo said.

Guo said she's a huge Keith Richards fan.

"I run Keith's longest running website from 1996 called The Keith Shrine .

This is Tamara Guo's 89th show.

"People will snicker at their ages but you will not see a better live band on the planet," Guo said.

And then we caught up with Andy Scoppetti from Rhode Island.

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"Madison Square Garden the 71-72 tour, $6.50 to sit on the floor in the 12th row - I've been a fan and hooked ever since," Scoppetti said.

And we asked how much he paid for tickets to this show at Levi's.

"Ten times that haha. Or a hundred times -- right, $650," Scoppetti said.

On Wednesday afternoon, tickets were selling for as low as $82, some resells were going for $56. Quite a steal to see such a legendary band.

"If you listen to their lyrics, it really talks to the times," Ben Lomond resident Karen Lockwood said.

This is the final stretch of the "Hackney Diamonds Tour." But fans say time is always on their side.

"They've been around they're still doing it, every time they say this could be the last time around but I still think they got a little bit more in them," Scoppetti said.

The band will not take their final bow here at Levi's - they have one more show scheduled for Sunday in Missouri.

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Rolling Stones extend 2024 ‘Hackney Diamonds Tour.’ Get tickets today

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You can’t always get what you want but Rolling Stones fans just did.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band just announced they’re adding three shows to their ‘The Stones Tour ’24 Hackney Diamonds’ run next spring and summer due to overwhelming demand.

That includes a huge concert at East Rutherford, NJ’s MetLife Stadium on Sunday, May 26 in addition to their Thursday, May 23 gig.

They also added second shows at Chicago’s Soldier Field and Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium.

And if you want tickets to sing along to “Gimme Shelter,” “Street Fighting Man,” “Let’s Spend The Night Together,” “Tumbling Dice,” “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” as well as tracks from from their recently released, rapturously received record, you can grab them as soon as today.

Although inventory for all shows aren’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, Dec. 1, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets are officially on sale.

Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.

The Rolling Stones 2024 tour schedule A complete calendar including all tour dates with new ones in bold, venues and links to buy tickets can be found here.

The Rolling Stones tour dates April 28 at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX May 2-5 at the New Orleans Jazz Festival in New Orleans, LA May 7 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ May 11 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, NV May 15 at Lumen Field in Seattle, WA May 23 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ May 26 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ May 30 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA June 3 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL June 7 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA June 11 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA June 15 at the Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland, OH June 20 at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, CO June 27 at Soldier Field in Chicago, IL June 30 at Soldier Field in Chicago, IL July 5 at BC Place in Vancouver, BC, CA July 10 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, CA July 13 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, CA July 17 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA

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Every Rolling Stones Tour, Ranked: Critic's Picks

Posted: July 11, 2024 | Last updated: July 12, 2024

<p>On July 12, 1962, The Rolling (then Rollin') <a rel="" href="https://www.billboard.com/artist/the-rolling-stones/">Stones</a> played their first show at the famed Marquee Club in London. By the fall of 1963 they were on the road in Europe, on the low end of a package with the Everly Brothers, Little Richard, Bo Diddley and more.</p>    <p>Flash forward 60-plus years, and they're filling the world's biggest stadiums -- as they have been since the mid-'70s -- with the current North American leg of their Hackney Diamonds Tour.</p>    <p>Few acts boast the kind of road resume the Stones have built over the decades. Conservative estimates put the group's tally at more than 2,000 concerts for more than 45 million people -- including an estimated 1.5 million alone on Feb. 18, 2006 at Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. And sometimes it seems like Mick Jagger has worn precisely that same number of outfits during all those years of performing.</p>    <p>Two of the Stones' treks -- A Bigger Bang from 2005-2007 and No Filter from 2017-2021 -- are among the top 10 grossing tours of all time, <a rel="" href="https://www.billboard.com/lists/billboard-boxscore-top-10-tours-all-time-elton-john-harry-styles">according to Billboard Boxscore</a>. The group's two '90s tours, Voodoo Lounge and Bridges to Babylon, ranked No. 1 and No. 2 for that decade, and A Bigger Bang topped the 2000s. Clearly, we like it when the Stones come to town -- yes we do.</p>    <p>Why? So many reasons -- not the least of which is a wealth of rock anthems the Stones dependably deliver most every time they hit the stage. There's also staging, which is just as dependably awesome, and a sense of seeing bona fide history on display. We can certainly marvel at (and maybe be a little jealous of) Jagger's continued vigor as he nears 81, and take comfort in the fact that Keith Richards, also 80, is still inexplicably with us despite behaviors that would take most everyone else off this mortal coil. "How do you make rock 'n' roll grow up? It seems to me that's a very interesting question, and we're the only answer," Richards told this writer back in 2005. "When we finally croak, you'll find out how long we can do this."</p>    <p>The Hackney Diamonds Tour, which began April 28 in Houston and runs through July 17 in North America, is showing that the Stones have yet to gather any moss. Invigorated by a strong new album of the same name, the early shows have featured strong performances and changing set lists, and fans are still coming in droves.</p>    <p>And that has us thinking back over the group's touring history, and the enormous legacy that's been created since those Stones started rolling. Check out our ranking of the band's 17 tours below, </p>                                                 <p><a href="https://www.billboard.com/lists/rolling-stones-tours-ranked/">View the full Article</a></p>

Every Rolling Stones Tour, Ranked: Critic’s Picks

On July 12, 1962, The Rolling (then Rollin') Stones played their first show at the famed Marquee Club in London. By the fall of 1963 they were on the road in Europe, on the low end of a package with the Everly Brothers, Little Richard, Bo Diddley and more.

Flash forward 60-plus years, and they're filling the world's biggest stadiums -- as they have been since the mid-'70s -- with the current North American leg of their Hackney Diamonds Tour.

Few acts boast the kind of road resume the Stones have built over the decades. Conservative estimates put the group's tally at more than 2,000 concerts for more than 45 million people -- including an estimated 1.5 million alone on Feb. 18, 2006 at Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. And sometimes it seems like Mick Jagger has worn precisely that same number of outfits during all those years of performing.

Two of the Stones' treks -- A Bigger Bang from 2005-2007 and No Filter from 2017-2021 -- are among the top 10 grossing tours of all time, according to Billboard Boxscore . The group's two '90s tours, Voodoo Lounge and Bridges to Babylon, ranked No. 1 and No. 2 for that decade, and A Bigger Bang topped the 2000s. Clearly, we like it when the Stones come to town -- yes we do.

Why? So many reasons -- not the least of which is a wealth of rock anthems the Stones dependably deliver most every time they hit the stage. There's also staging, which is just as dependably awesome, and a sense of seeing bona fide history on display. We can certainly marvel at (and maybe be a little jealous of) Jagger's continued vigor as he nears 81, and take comfort in the fact that Keith Richards, also 80, is still inexplicably with us despite behaviors that would take most everyone else off this mortal coil. "How do you make rock 'n' roll grow up? It seems to me that's a very interesting question, and we're the only answer," Richards told this writer back in 2005. "When we finally croak, you'll find out how long we can do this."

The Hackney Diamonds Tour, which began April 28 in Houston and runs through July 17 in North America, is showing that the Stones have yet to gather any moss. Invigorated by a strong new album of the same name, the early shows have featured strong performances and changing set lists, and fans are still coming in droves.

And that has us thinking back over the group's touring history, and the enormous legacy that's been created since those Stones started rolling. Check out our ranking of the band's 17 tours below,

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<p>Dubbed "England’s Newest Hitmakers," The Stones began headlining on Jan. 6 at London's Granada Theatre and would not be looking back after that. With Ian Stewart alongside on piano, the group was more exciting than seasoned, playing mostly covers, along with the "I Wanna Be Your Man" single John Lennon and Paul McCartney gifted to them. The footage and recordings that exist seem charmingly modest and rudimentary now, but those deafening audience screams showed that, undeniably, this was just the start of something substantial.</p> <p><a href="https://www.billboard.com/lists/rolling-stones-tours-ranked/">View the full Article</a></p>

17. British and American Tours (1964) / Irish Tour (1965)

Dubbed "England’s Newest Hitmakers," The Stones began headlining on Jan. 6 at London's Granada Theatre and would not be looking back after that. With Ian Stewart alongside on piano, the group was more exciting than seasoned, playing mostly covers, along with the "I Wanna Be Your Man" single John Lennon and Paul McCartney gifted to them. The footage and recordings that exist seem charmingly modest and rudimentary now, but those deafening audience screams showed that, undeniably, this was just the start of something substantial.

<p>Playing 102 dates in 25 countries for more than 4.5 million people, this was one of the Stones' most extensive tours yet -- though box-office wise it came in second, at the time, to the Voodoo Lounge Tour in 1994-1995. Former Beach Boys member Blondie Chaplin joined the backing vocalist team this time, and a genuine bridge came forward from the front of the stage to take the Stones to a B-stage for three songs each night. The tour also introduced in Internet vote that allowed fans to choose one song each night; "Gimme Shelter," in fact, was added to the regular set after topping the poll four shows in a row. The tour also brought the Stones to Russia for the first time, playing Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Aug. 11, 1998.</p> <p><a href="https://www.billboard.com/lists/rolling-stones-tours-ranked/">View the full Article</a></p>

13. Bridges to Babylon Tour (1997-1998)

Playing 102 dates in 25 countries for more than 4.5 million people, this was one of the Stones' most extensive tours yet -- though box-office wise it came in second, at the time, to the Voodoo Lounge Tour in 1994-1995. Former Beach Boys member Blondie Chaplin joined the backing vocalist team this time, and a genuine bridge came forward from the front of the stage to take the Stones to a B-stage for three songs each night. The tour also introduced in Internet vote that allowed fans to choose one song each night; "Gimme Shelter," in fact, was added to the regular set after topping the poll four shows in a row. The tour also brought the Stones to Russia for the first time, playing Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Aug. 11, 1998.

<p>With these interchangeable tours the Stones introduced their contemporary modus, playing a limited number of shows at a time, with plenty of days in between. The result has been consistently strong performances although, without new material to speak of, a sense of treading water. That said, the hits have been as good as ever, and new arrivals such as Karl Denson on saxophone and Sasha Allen fit in well. The 2021 U.S. dates, of course, were the Stones' first ever without Charlie Watts, who passed away Aug. 24, 2021 at the age of 80; Steve Jordan proved to be the right fill-in, and with mortality raising its inevitable head (unless, perhaps, you're Richards), the Stones seemed a different kind of driven and more visibly appreciative of the legacy they're maintaining.</p> <p><a href="https://www.billboard.com/lists/rolling-stones-tours-ranked/">View the full Article</a></p>

8. Zip Code (2018) / America Latina Ole / No Filter Tour (2017-2021) / Sixty (2022)

With these interchangeable tours the Stones introduced their contemporary modus, playing a limited number of shows at a time, with plenty of days in between. The result has been consistently strong performances although, without new material to speak of, a sense of treading water. That said, the hits have been as good as ever, and new arrivals such as Karl Denson on saxophone and Sasha Allen fit in well. The 2021 U.S. dates, of course, were the Stones' first ever without Charlie Watts, who passed away Aug. 24, 2021 at the age of 80; Steve Jordan proved to be the right fill-in, and with mortality raising its inevitable head (unless, perhaps, you're Richards), the Stones seemed a different kind of driven and more visibly appreciative of the legacy they're maintaining.

<p>The Stones' celebrated their 40th anniversary in exuberant fashion, with flexible set lists -- reportedly 80 songs were played throughout the tour -- and three night stands in some cities that included a gig each at a stadium, arena and theater. For some shows the group included segments spotlighting one of its classic albums. The outing took the group from Toronto to it’s first-ever performances in Hong Kong, with an HBO special filmed at Madison Square Garden. Its most notable show, perhaps, was July 30, 2003 at the Molson Canadian Rocks for Toronto, a day-long benefit before nearly half a million fans to help the city recover from the SARS outbreak that began the year before.</p> <p><a href="https://www.billboard.com/lists/rolling-stones-tours-ranked/">View the full Article</a></p>

4. Licks Tour (2002-2003)

The Stones' celebrated their 40th anniversary in exuberant fashion, with flexible set lists -- reportedly 80 songs were played throughout the tour -- and three night stands in some cities that included a gig each at a stadium, arena and theater. For some shows the group included segments spotlighting one of its classic albums. The outing took the group from Toronto to it’s first-ever performances in Hong Kong, with an HBO special filmed at Madison Square Garden. Its most notable show, perhaps, was July 30, 2003 at the Molson Canadian Rocks for Toronto, a day-long benefit before nearly half a million fans to help the city recover from the SARS outbreak that began the year before.

<p>This is arguably where the Stones earned their Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band in the World sobriquet. The group had been off the road for a then-unheard-of two years, but had made plenty of news with drug busts, new albums (<em>Their Satanic Majestics Request, Beggars Banquet</em>) and so on. The cycle was both triumphant and tragic; it began with Brian Jones' dismissal from the band and his subsequent death, with the famed July 5, 1969 concert in front of up to half a million people in London's Hyde Park occurring just days after his passing. </p>    <p>The American Tour, meanwhile, ended with the ill-fated closing concert at the Altamont Speedway in Tracy, Calif., where security clashed with fans and one man was fatally stabbed (documented, along with the tour, in the Maysles brothers' 1970 documentary <em>Gimme Shelter</em>). Prior to that, however, the Stones were on fire, as captured by the <em>Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out</em> live album, with material from the <em>Beggars Banquet</em> and<em> Let It Bleed </em>albums and opening sets by Ike & Tina Turner, B.B. King and Terry Reid. The group added two horn players for the European Tour, and even began previewing <em>Sticky Fingers</em> songs such as “Brown Sugar” and “Dead Flowers.”</p> <p><a href="https://www.billboard.com/lists/rolling-stones-tours-ranked/">View the full Article</a></p>

1. American Tour (1969) / European Tour (1970)

This is arguably where the Stones earned their Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band in the World sobriquet. The group had been off the road for a then-unheard-of two years, but had made plenty of news with drug busts, new albums ( Their Satanic Majestics Request, Beggars Banquet ) and so on. The cycle was both triumphant and tragic; it began with Brian Jones' dismissal from the band and his subsequent death, with the famed July 5, 1969 concert in front of up to half a million people in London's Hyde Park occurring just days after his passing.

The American Tour, meanwhile, ended with the ill-fated closing concert at the Altamont Speedway in Tracy, Calif., where security clashed with fans and one man was fatally stabbed (documented, along with the tour, in the Maysles brothers' 1970 documentary Gimme Shelter ). Prior to that, however, the Stones were on fire, as captured by the Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out live album, with material from the Beggars Banquet and Let It Bleed albums and opening sets by Ike & Tina Turner, B.B. King and Terry Reid. The group added two horn players for the European Tour, and even began previewing Sticky Fingers songs such as “Brown Sugar” and “Dead Flowers.”

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