Rock icons The Rolling Stones have announced two additional UK shows on their forthcoming No Filter tour of the UK and Europe. The dates are at Southampton’s St. Mary’s Stadium on Sunday, 29 May and at Coventry’s Ricoh Stadium on Friday, 2 June.
As uDiscover Music previously reported, the legendary band, who last played on British soil at London’s Hyde Park in 2013, will kick off the European leg of their tour with a show at Dublin’s Croke Park on May 17. The new dates in Southampton and Coventry join the previously announced shows for London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Cardiff
The band will conclude their No Filter tour dates with a return to London and a show at Twickenham Stadium on June 19. Tickets went on sale from Friday, 2 March. A pre-sale from tomorrow, Saturday, 10 March is also available for fans who have signed up to The Rolling Stones’ mailing list.
The announcement of the new tour dates comes after Rolling Stones fans in the UK were left disappointed last year when a lack of suitable venues meant that their European tour didn’t allow them to land on these shores.
“Sorry to our UK fans there are no UK dates on this run, due to lack of available venues because of sporting fixtures,” the band said at the time. “Hope to be here in 2018.”
The Rolling Stones play the following UK and Ireland shows:
Thursday 17 May 2018: Dublin Croke Park Stadium
Tuesday 22 May 2018: London Stadium Olympic Park
Friday 25 May 2018: London Stadium Olympic Park
Sunday 29 May 2018: Southampton St Mary’s Stadium
Friday 2 June 2018: Coventry Ricoh Stadium
Tuesday 5 June 2018: Manchester Old Trafford Football Ground
Saturday 9 June 2018: Edinburgh Murrayfield
Friday 15 June 2018: Cardiff Principality Stadium
Tuesday 19 June 2018: London Twickenham Stadium.
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