The Rolling Stones have announced their Stones – No Filter tour for the autumn of 2017.
The European tour, which follows on from the iconic band’s record-breaking Cuban adventure of 2016, takes in 13 dates in 12 European cities. It kicks off at the Stadtpark in Hamburg on 9 September 2017 and concludes with two shows in Paris on 19 and 22 October. The two Parisian shows will be at the city’s indoor U Arena at Nanterre-La Defense and these will be the inaugural events at the new 40,000-seat venue. The concerts in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Stockholm, Arnhem and Paris will be under cover with a roof facility at each stadium.
The Rolling Stones officially announced their new tour dates this morning, 9 May 2017, with Keith Richards commenting “Hey Guys, here we come. See you there!”
Mick Jagger also said “I’m so excited to be touring Europe this autumn and returning to some familiar places and some we’ve never done before.”
Over the past year, the Stones have been on top of their game with the release of the popular Blue & Lonesome album marking a return to their blues roots. Recorded in just three days, this hugely successful album also produced the critically-acclaimed documentary film Ole Ole Ole! – A Trip Across South America, directed by Paul Dugdale. This film was recently released on DVD internationally.
As well as the band’s usual catalogue of classic singles and fan favourites, the Stones promise to “include a couple of unexpected tracks each night and randomly selected surprises from their formidable arsenal of songs” for the No Filter tour, in addition to a spectacular new state of the art stage design.
The full series of dates runs as follows:
9 Stadtpark, Hamburg, Germany
12 Olympic Stadium, Munich, Germany
16 Red Bull Ring, Speilberg, Austria
20 Letzigrund Stadium, Zurich, Switzerland
23 Lucca Summer Festival Walls, Lucca, Italy
27 Olympic Stadium, Barcelona, Spain
30 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
3 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark
9 Esprit Arena, Dusseldorf, Germany
12 Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
15 Gelre Dome, Arnhem, The Netherlands
19 U Arena, Paris, France
22 U Arena, Paris, France
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