LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The Rolling Stones are ready to rock your city. To celebrate their latest album “Hackney Diamonds” and garner support, the legends will embark on a 16-city trip across the United States and Canada in 2024.
It kicks off April 28 at NRG Stadium in Houston and is sponsored by AARP. The latest edition of iconic groups includes collaborations with Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Lady Gaga.
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The Rolling Stones on tour in 16 cities
The stars also joined Mick Jagger along with Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood at their surprise club gig in New York on the day of the album’s release last month.
Other artists at the event included Daniel Craig, Chris Rock, Mary-Kate Olsen, Jimmy Fallon, Trevor Noah and Elvis Costello.
Fans can book tickets for the tour starting December 1 as the Stones visit SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta and the Lincoln of Philadelphia.
Financial Field, Soldier Field in Chicago and Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, which hosts the Super Bowl, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Additionally, the rockstars are scheduled to perform at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on May 2.
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The American tour after almost three years
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The last time they captivated American fans was during the No Filter tour in 2021. Frontman Mick Jagger recently remembered his old pal and their drummer, the late Charlie Watts. For their latest album, they went through 80 songs over the 18-year gap in which the producer made their choice.
Jagger told the Guardian: “Some were demos; some were undeveloped. And there was a whole bunch of material with Charlie that we had to listen to.”
“There are 12 tracks on “Hackney Diamonds”. Other songs we did with Charlie will probably come out,” he added.
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– Mick Jagger (@MickJagger) November 17, 2023
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“So he’s still here, and I hope he enjoys the rest of the record,” he added. The 80-year-old also spoke about aging. “It doesn’t get any easier at all. There are a lot of people around. “You’re your age, they die all the time. I don’t have any friends older than me, just one. Apart from the group, all my friends are much younger… You become aware of your own mortality from a very young age. — it’s not something that crosses your mind at 70,” Jagger said.
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