“Let’s Spend The Night Together” again.
62 years (!) into their storied career, The Rolling Stones are returning to the road for another spin.
From April through July 2024, the 1989 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees will play stadiums and festivals all over North America as part of ‘The Stones Tour ’24 Hackney Diamonds’ in support of their recently released record “Hackney Diamonds.”
Along the way, Mick, Keith and Ronnie will stop into East Rutherford, NJ’s MetLife Stadium for a huge show on Thursday, May 23.
And if you want tickets to sing along to “Paint It, Black,” “Start Me Up,” “Miss You,” “Wild Horses,” “Sympathy For The Devil” as well as tracks from from their latest record, you can grab them as soon as today.
Although inventory isn’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, Dec. 1, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets are officially on sale.
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The Rolling Stones 2024 tour schedule
A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets can be found here.
New Orleans Jazz Festival 2024
The musically diverse New Orleans Jazz Festival — they don’t do just jazz, contrary to popular belief — returns to the Big Easy on April 25-28 and May 2-5 next year.
Although only The Rolling Stones have been announced as headliners, you can pick your tickets up for the multi-weekend fest as soon as today.
Click here to check out single and multi-day general admission options.
The Rolling Stones set list
This 16-concert run will be the group’s first official North American trek since 2019’s ‘No Filter Tour,’ which concluded two years later due to COVID-related postponements.
Here’s what the band played at their last run, courtesy of Set List FM.
01.) “Street Fighting Man”
02.) “Let’s Spend the Night Together”
03.) “19th Nervous Breakdown”
04.) “Tumbling Dice”
05.) “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”
06.) “Living in a Ghost Town”
07.) “Start Me Up”
08.) “Honky Tonk Women”
10.) “Slipping Away”
11.) “Miss You”
12.) “Midnight Rambler”
13.) “Paint It Black”
14.) “Sympathy for the Devil”
15.) “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”
16.) “Gimme Shelter”
17.) “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”
Most recently, the band surprised New Yorkers when they performed a set at Racket in the Meatpacking District with Lady Gaga.
You can find their seven-song set list from the one-off show here.
The Rolling Stones new music
On Oct. 20, the Stones released their 26th American studio album, “Hackney Diamonds,” featuring special guests Paul McCartney, Elton John, Lady Gaga and Stevie Wonder.
Comprised of 12 hard-rocking tracks that wouldn’t be out of place alongside their singalong stadium anthems of yore, “Diamonds” shows that Mick, Keith and Ronnie still have their sticky fingers on rock and roll’s pulse.
“We wouldn’t have put this album out if we didn’t really like it,” Jagger, 80, told Jimmy Fallon. “We must say that we are quite pleased with it. We’re not big-headed but we hope you like it.”
If you’re looking to sample the record, we suggest starting with the fierce lead track “Angry” and the wistful ballad “Dreamy Skies.”
Prefer to listen in full? You can find “Hackney Diamonds” here.
The Rolling Stones band members
No joke — the upcoming tour is sponsored by AARP.
Rather than shy away from their age, the legendary rockers are embracing their elder statesman status.
To give you a peek at who’s in the group these days, take a look below.
Mick Jagger (80-years-old) lead and backing vocals, harmonica, rhythm guitar, percussion, keyboards, bass guitar (1962–present)
Keith Richards (79-years-old) rhythm and lead guitars, bass guitar, keyboards, percussion, backing and lead vocals (1962–present)
Ronnie Wood (76-years-old) lead and rhythm guitars, bass guitar, backing vocals, pedal steel guitar (1975–present)
Backing musicians include Chuck Leavell, Bernard Fowler, Matt Clifford, Darryl Jones, Tim Ries, Karl Denson, Chanelle Haynes and Steve Jordan.
Their longtime drummer Charlie Watts passed away in August 2021.
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Many AARP card-carrying icons will take the stage this year and next.
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Need more ’60s and ’70s hitmakers in your life? Check out our list of the 22 biggest classic rockers on tour in 2023 here.