ROLLING STONES ANNOUNCE EUROPEAN TOUR – SIXTY

LADIES & GENTLEMEN
THE ROLLING STONES
ARE BACK IN EUROPE THIS SUMMER

BRAND NEW SIXTY TONGUE UNVEILED

Madrid (Spain), Munich (Germany), Liverpool (UK), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Bern (Switzerland), Milan (Italy), London (UK), Brussels (Belgium), Vienna (Austria), Lyon (France), Paris (France), Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Stockholm (Sweden)

The Rolling Stones today announce a run of fourteen shows in ten countries across Europe this summer and reveal the title of the new tour – ‘SIXTY’ in celebration of their 60th Anniversary. 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.

‘SIXTY’ 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. See the full European tour dates below.

As you would expect on the band’s 60th anniversary, 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 setlist. 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 eagerly anticipated tour, produced by Concerts West/AEG Presents, kicks off at Wanda Stadium in Madrid (Spain) on June 1st, then Munich (Germany), Liverpool (UK), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Bern (Switzerland), Milan (Italy), London (UK), Brussels (Belgium), Vienna (Austria), Lyon (France), Paris (France), Gelsenkirchen (Germany), finishing in Stockholm (Sweden).

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 Autumn of 2021.

Today, a brand-new Rolling Stones tongue for the tour, created by award-winning British designer Mark Norton, has also been unveiled. Find the new SIXTY tongue here

THE ROLLING STONES – SIXTY – EUROPEAN TOUR 2022
produced by Concerts West
JUNE
WED 1              MADRID                        Wanda Metropolitano Stadium                    SPAIN
SUN 5               MUNICH                       Olympic Stadium                                             GERMANY
THU 9               LIVERPOOL                   Anfield Stadium                                               UK
MON 13             AMSTERDAM                Johan Cruijff ArenA                                        NETHERLANDS
FRI 17               BERN                           Wankdorf Stadium                                            SWITZERLAND
TUE 21              MILAN                          San Siro Stadium                                             ITALY
SAT 25              LONDON                       American Express presents BST Hyde Park  UKJULY
SUN 3               LONDON                       American Express presents BST Hyde Park  UK
MON 11             BRUSSELS                    King Baudouin Stadium                                  BELGIUM
FRI 15               VIENNA                         Ernst Happel Stadium                                       AUSTRIA
TUE 19              LYON                            Groupama Stadium                                          FRANCE
SAT 23              PARIS                              Hippodrome ParisLongchamp                        FRANCE
WED 27             GELSENKIRCHEN          Veltins-Arena                                                GERMANY
SUN 31             STOCKHOLM                 Friends Arena                                                 SWEDEN

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