Rolling Stones announce Sixty European Tour

Band unveils new 60th anniversary logo

The Rolling Stones is celebrating its 60th anniversary with Sixty, a series of 14 shows in ten countries across Europe this summer. The Stones just keep on rolling and are back where they belong, out on the road in Europe playing to packed stadiums, staging a new show and a brand new Sixty production starting in Madrid on June 1st.

The trek will see Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood make their long-awaited return to their home turf of the UK, kicking off with a special concert at the home of Liverpool FC – Anfield, the first ever stadium show in this city by the Stones and their first in Liverpool for over fifty years, followed by two shows in London’s Hyde Park.

Presales start March 17th with general on sale on March 18th via Ticketmaster.

The Stones, once again joined by Steve Jordan on drums, will be treating fans to a set list like no other, packed full of 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. However, it wouldn’t be a Rolling Stones gig without some surprises each night and a selection of unexpected tracks from their formidable arsenal of songs will also be popping up in the set list. As always with the Stones, there will be a spectacular new RS Sixty production, including a massive stage, cutting edge lighting and state of the art video design, all to be unveiled for this long-awaited European tour.

The Rolling Stones’ Sixty follows the huge success of the critically acclaimed and highest grossing USA No Filter Tour, which saw the band play to sold out stadiums across the States, selling over half a million tickets in the fall of 2021.

The band also unveils a new tongue logo for the tour, created by award-winning British designer Mark Norton.

The Rolling Stones Sixty European Tour Dates:

June 1 – Madrid, SP @ Wanda Metropolitano Stadium
June 5 – Munich, GE @ Olympic Stadium
June 9 – Liverpool, UK @ Anfield Stadium
June 13 – Amsterdam, NE @ Johan Cruijiff Arena
June 17 – Bern, SW @ Wankdorf Stadium
June 21 – Milan, IT @ San Siro Stadium
June 25 – London, UK @ American Express presents BST Hyde Park
July 3 – London, UK @ American Express presents BST Hyde Park
July 11 – Brussels, BE @ King Baundouin Stadium
July 15 – Vienna, AU @ Ernest Happel Stadium
July 19 – Lyon, FR @ Groupama Stadium
July 23 – Paris, FR @ Hippodrome ParisLongchamp
July 27 – Gelsenkirchen, GE @ Veltins-Arena
July 31 – Stockholm, SW @ Friends Arena

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