The veteran rockers just can't enough of the US of A
The Rolling Stones have announced a new set of dates in North America.
The veteran rockers will return for a massive stateside jaunt in the autumn following a series of successful shows on their A Bigger Bang world tour last August.
Speaking on their official website guitarist Keith Richards wrote: “I thought we left too soon you know, so that’s the reason we’re coming back. I’m really happy that we got some more gigs in America and Canada.”
Confirming his recovery from recent brain surgery, he added: “I’m feeling great and can’t wait to get there. We’re going to have the b-stage to get that very close thing happening with the band and the fans.”
Tickets for the tour, which kicks off in Boston On September 20, officially go on sale on July 31.
The Rolling Stones will play:
Boston Gillette Stadium (September 20)
Halifax Commons (23)
East Rutherford Giants Stadium (27)
Wichita Cessna Stadium (October 2)
Missoula Grizzly Stadium (6)
Regina Mosaic Stadium (8)
Chicago Soldier Field (11)
Seattle Qwest Field (17)
El Paso Sun Bowl (20)
Austin Ziker Park (22)
Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall (27)
Vancouver BC Place Stadium (November 3)
Oakland McAfee Coliseum (5)
Phoenix Cardinals Stadium (8)
Las Vegas MGM Grand (11)
Boise Idaho Centre (14)
Los Angeles Dodger Stadium (18)