About The Rolling Stones
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Mick Jagger. Keith Richards. Charlie Watts. Ronnie Wood. Four giants of rock, together in one legendary, chart-topping band: The Rolling Stones. It doesn’t get more epic than that, and it never will. Unless you’ve been living under a boulder, you know at least a couple of their songs from their 50-plus years of making music.
The Spirit of ’62
First formed in 1962, the Rolling Stones of more than half a century ago were a bit different than they are today. While you had Jagger, Richards, and Watts on vocals, guitar, and drums, the band also featured Brian Jones on guitar and vocals, Bill Wyman on bass, and Ian Stewart on piano. This lineup would fluctuate over the years quite a bit; Stewart would be dropped as an “official” member but still played with the band for decades, and Jones would be replaced by first Mick Taylor and then Ronnie Wood.
No matter their lineup, you can’t deny that the Stones were in the forefront of the British Invasion, bringing their bluesy, early rock-and-roll inspired music to the United States in the mid-60s with a bang. With a long string of top hits, there was no end to the rollicking good times when the Rolling Stones came to your city on tour back in the day – a tradition that’s been kept alive over the decades.
Monsters of the Tour Circuit
Despite the fact that these guys are older than your grandfather, they’re still selling out concert venues around the country to this very day. Their No Filter world tour has been going strong since 2017, bringing in mega-crowds that leave contemporary acts green with envy.
And let's be honest: the Stones have earned every last bit of that attention. With 30 studio album releases, an additional 23 live albums, and who knows how many compilations, there’s no end to the music this legendary band has created. They’ve sold more than 250 million records in their career, and that number shows no signs of slowing down any time soon – just like the band itself.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much are Rolling Stones tickets?
It depends! Rolling Stones ticket prices will differ based on the source and the seats. The cheapest price for Rolling Stones concert tickets is around $50 a ticket, and that’s for nosebleed seats. If you want floor seats – or if you’re shopping for tickets at a popular venue – you could easily be looking at a few hundred dollars.
How to buy Rolling Stones tickets?
With demand at a peak, Rolling Stones ticket prices will likely be pretty high if purchased directly from the box office. That means the best way to buy cheap Rolling Stones concert tickets is through an online ticket marketplace. Ticket marketplaces like Gametime are perfect for these types of concerts because we put you in contact with resellers looking to move seats at a relative bargain. It’s the safest and most affordable way to get the best price for Rolling Stones tickets.
Are The Rolling Stones coming to a city near me?
Check out this year’s tour dates for the No Filter Tour below, and browse Gametime inventory for Rolling Stones 2019 tour tickets in a city near you.
Will The Rolling Stones tour in 2019?
Yep! After kicking off in Illinois and Ontario in June, The Rolling Stones will hit many cities in North America during July and August 2019.
What’s the Rolling Stones 2019 tour setlist?
You never know what’s going to happen at a Rolling Stones concert, but here’s the predicted setlist for the latest leg of the No Filter Tour 2019:
- Street Fighting Man
- Let's Spend the Night Together
- Tumbling Dice
- Sad Sad Sad
- You Got Me Rocking
- You Can't Always Get What You Want
- Dead Flowers
- Sympathy for the Devil
- Honky Tonk Women
- You Got the Silver
- Before They Make Me Run
- Miss You
- Paint It Black
- Midnight Rambler
- Start Me Up
- Jumpin' Jack Flash
- Brown Sugar
- Gimme Shelter
- (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
How long is a Rolling Stones concert?
With such an epic setlist, you can expect The Rolling Stones’ performance to last for around three hours from start to finish. Expect up to 20 songs during the show, plus at least one encore.
How much are Rolling Stones floor seats?
The best way to see The Rolling Stones live is up close and personal from the floor, but these seats are generally quite expensive. Currently, the average price for Rolling Stones floor seat tickets is between $800 and $900.
If you’re on a budget like most of us, you can always wait until the last minute in hopes that Rolling Stones ticket prices will go down. Resellers will often drop prices on any remaining tickets as the event date approaches in order to move their inventory, so waiting it out can pay off big time. Of course, if you find great seats in your price range now, jump on it – you never know what can happen as demand changes over time!
Rolling Stones 2019 Tour Dates
June 25 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field
June 29 – Ontario, Canada @ Burl's Creek Event Grounds
July 03 – Washington, DC @ FedExField
July 07 – Foxboro, MA @ Gillette Stadium
July 14 – New Orleans, LA @ Mercedes-Benz Superdome
July 19 – Jacksonville, FL @ TIAA Bank Field
July 23 – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field
July 27 – Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium
August 01– East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium
August 05 – East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium
August 10 – Mile High Denver, CO @ Broncos Stadium
August 14 – Seattle, WA @ CenturyLink Field
August 18 – Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s® Stadium
August 22 – Pasadena, CA @ The Rose Bowl
August 26 – Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium
August 31– Miami, FL @ Hard Rock Stadium