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The Rolling Stones Embark on 16-City Tour in Support of New Album “Hackney Diamonds”

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Over six decades after their first U.S. tour, the Rolling Stones remain a commanding force on stage. The legendary rockers will embark on a 16-city tour starting on April 28 in Houston to promote their critically acclaimed new album, “Hackney Diamonds,” and perform their extensive repertoire of hits.

The stadium tour, sponsored by AARP, will also visit cities such as Las Vegas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles. On May 2, the band will make a detour to perform at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on December 1 via

The Rolling Stones’ enduring stage presence was recently reaffirmed when they resumed their No Filter tour in September 2021, which had been postponed for 16 months due to the pandemic. The band – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood – are enjoying a creative resurgence with “Hackney Diamonds,” their first new album since 2005.

The album debuted at number one on the U.K. albums chart and number three on the Billboard 200 album chart, making them the first act to have a top ten album in every decade since the 1960s.

The single, “Angry,” is nominated for Best Rock Song at the Grammy Awards on February 4. (The band has won three Grammys throughout their career.)

“Hackney Diamonds” is also the Stones’ first album since the passing of drummer Charlie Watts in 2021.

In October, the band debuted songs from the album at an intimate, invitation-only show for a few hundred people at the Racket NYC club. They performed a selection of powerful new tracks and classics like “Shattered” and “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” with unwavering energy. Lady Gaga, who sings on the album track “Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” joined Jagger for a memorable duet.

The Rolling Stones 2024 tour dates

  • April 28: NRG Stadium, Houston
  • May 2: Jazz Fest, New Orleans 
  • May 7: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona 
  • May 11: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas 
  • May 15: Lumen Field, Seattle 
  • May 23: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey 
  • May 30: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts 
  • June 3: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida 
  • June 7: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta 
  • June 11: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia 
  • June 15: Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland 
  • June 20: Empower Field at Mile High, Denver 
  • June 27: Soldier Field, Chicago 
  • July 5: BC Place, Vancouver, British Columbia 
  • July 10: SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles 
  • July 17: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California 

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