THE ROLLING Stones are hitting the road again and playing 14 shows in 12 different European cities.
Due to popular demand, the rock band has expanded their No Filter 2017 tour – but how can you get tickets?
When do tickets go on sale for the Rolling Stones ‘No Filter’ tour?
Tickets are already on sale for the Rolling Stones upcoming European tour.
Prices vary for the package and venue, but currently are from £83 (€99).
The Copenhagen arena was the most recent location to put tickets on sale.
How can you get tickets for the Rolling Stones ‘No Filter’ tour?
Fans can currently purchase tickets from Ticketmaster.
The exciting tour is said to include a lot of classic anthems, such as Brown Sugar, Paint It Black and Gimme Shelter.
Aside from Copenhagen, other cities on the tour are Paris, Hamburg, Munich, Spielberg, Zurich, Lucca, Düsseldorf, Stockholm, Barcelona, Amsterdam and Arnhem.
When is the Rolling Stones 2017 ‘No Filter’ European tour?
The Rolling Stones will be touring in September and October this year at various European venues, sadly not including the UK.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood will be back where they belong, out on the road, playing to packed stadiums.
Here is the full list of dates and destinations:
- September 9 – Hamburg, Germany: Stadtpark
- September 12 – Munich, Germany: Olympic Stadium
- September 16 – Spielberg, Austria: Spielberg at Red Bull Ring
- September 20 – Zurich, Switzerland: Letzigrund Stadium
- September 23 – Lucca, Italy: Lucca Summer Festival-City Walls
- September 27 – Barcelona, Spain: Olympic Stadium
- September 30 – Amsterdam, Holland: Amsterdam Arena
- October 3 – Copenhagen, Denmark: Parken Stadium
- October 9 – Dusseldorf, Germany: Esprit arena
- October 12 – Stockholm, Sweden: Friends Arena
- October 15 – Arnhem, Holland: GelreDome
- October 19 – Paris, France: U Arena
- October 22– Paris, France: U Arena
- October 25 – Paris, France: U Arena
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood will be back where they belong, out on the road, playing to packed stadiums such as the Olympic Stadium Munich