Rolling Stones announce new tour

Rolling Stones last tour

The Rolling Stones return to Europe as part of their European SIXTY tour. SIXTY follows on from their successful, critically acclaimed and best-selling US No Filter tour, which took the band through sold-out stadiums across the US in the fall of 2021 and sold more than half a million tickets.

The SIXTY tour, on the occasion of their sixtieth anniversary, will take the band to ten European countries for fourteen shows. The Stones ‘keep on rolling’, they say themselves, and go back to where it all started: on a tour through Europe, past packed stadiums, with a brand new production. With SIXTY, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood also make their long-awaited return to their home country, the United Kingdom, with a special concert in the home of Liverpool FC. There in Anfield they will play their first ever stadium concert in the city, making their first appearance in Liverpool in fifty years. After that they give no less than two performances in London’s Hyde Park.

As you might expect for their 60th anniversary celebrations, the Stones are treating fans to a unique setlist, packed with classics such as “Gimme Shelter”, “Paint It Black”, “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”, “Tumbling Dice”, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, “Start Me Up” and many more. But it wouldn’t be a Rolling Stones concert without some surprises per performance; this also includes a selection of unexpected choices from their enormous arsenal of songs. SIXTY will also get a brand new production, including a huge stage, special light show and video design, all specially crafted for this highly anticipated European tour. In addition, British designer Mark Norton created a special new version of the Rolling Stones tongue, the band’s trademark.

The long-awaited tour, produced by Concerts West/AEG Presents, kicks off June 1 at Madrid’s Wanda Stadium and then travels to Munich, Amsterdam, Bern, Milan, London, Brussels, Vienna, Lyon, Paris and Gelsenkirchen., to conclude on July 31 in Stockholm.


1 Madrid Wanda Metropolitano Stadium Spain
5 Munich Olympic Stadium Germany
9 Liverpool Anfield Stadium UK
13 Amsterdam Johan Cruijff ArenA Netherlands
17 Bern Wankdorf Stadium Switzerland
21 Milan San Siro Stadium Italy
25 London Hyde Park UK

3 London Hyde Park UK
11 Brussels King Baudouin Stadium Belgium
15 Vienna Ernst Happel Stadium Austria
19 Lyon Groupama Stadium France
23 Paris Hippodrome ParisLongchamp France
27 Gelsenkirchen Veltins-Arena Germany
31 Stockholm Friends Arena Sweden

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