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Can you imagine being in a band for 60 years? The Rolling Stones definitely can, and this summer, the English rock legends will celebrate the milestone with a European tour.
Announced this week, the Sixty tour is so named as a victory lap, of sorts. The band’s statement notes that, “Mick, Keith and Ronnie will be playing dates across Europe this summer, including two shows at London’s BST Hyde Park” on the schedule.
The Stones just keep on rolling! We are thrilled to announce the Rolling Stones 2022 Tour! Titled SIXTY to celebrate 60 special years together-Mick, Keith & Ronnie will be playing dates across Europe this summer including 2 shows at London’s BST Hyde Park:https://t.co/cimRWrDl07 pic.twitter.com/qQDZfDc96K
— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) March 14, 2022
01 – Wanda Metropolitano Stadium – MADRID, SPAIN
05 – Olympic Stadium – MUNICH, GERMANY
09 – Anfield Stadium – LIVERPOOL, UK
13 – Johan Cruijff ArenA – AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
17 – Wankdorf Stadium – BERN, SWITZERLAND
21 – San Siro Stadium – MILAN, ITALY
25 – American Express Presents BST Hyde Park – LONDON, UK
03 – American Express Presents BST Hyde Park – LONDON, UK
11 – King Baudouin Stadium – BRUSSELS, BELGIUM
15 – Ernst Happel Stadium – VIENNA, AUSTRIA
19 – Groupama Stadium – LYON, FRANCE
23 – Hippodrome ParisLongchamp – PARIS, FRANCE
27 – Veltins-Arena – GELSENKIRCHEN, GERMANY
31 – Friends Arena – STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
Visit the Stones’ tour page for more details.
Also part of the tour announcement was the reveal of a particularly psychedelic new Rolling Stones logo, which would look pretty sweet on a shirt:
Got plans this summer? 🎸 ☀️ 🎸
Presale starts tomorrow 10am local time-if you registered check your inbox & junk folders for your code coming through today..if you’re already on the mailing list you’ll be sent a code automatically.
Tickets on sale Friday: https://t.co/cimRWrDl07 pic.twitter.com/x3p6faQqNM
— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) March 15, 2022
At the moment, it’s unclear if the SIXTY tour will include shows in North America, but stay tuned. The band did recently wrap up a rather extensive run of No Filter U.S. tour dates, which came after the passing of longtime drummer Charlie Watts in August of 2021.