Earlier this week, The Rolling Stones announced their first UK tour in 13 years, called No Filter, with Mick Jagger and his pals playing at least five dates across the country in May and June. It’s possible further shows could be added, too, with guitarist Keith Richards saying that they are “only just getting started”. The band will also play shows in the Republic of Ireland, Germany, France, Poland, and the Czech Republic. So, how can you buy tickets? Here’s all you need to know.
Pre-sale for fans
Fans signed up to The Rolling Stones’ official mailing list can access an on-going presale for all UK tour dates. The deadline for signing up was 23:59 February 26. If you missed this, you can still sign up to the pre-sale for gigs in Ireland, France and the Czech Republic.
To sign up to the official mailing list, click here.
American Express pre-sale
Available now for Amex users
American Express card holders can buy tickets from today (February 28), ahead of the general sale. So, if you needed an excuse to get an Amex card, this is it.
To access the Amex advance tickets, visit the website.
Available from 9am on Thursday, March 1
Ticketmaster is also offering a pre-sale for four stadium gigs in London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Cardiff, beginning 09:00 on Thursday March 1.
To see Tickmaster’s presale, head here.
The general sale
Available from 9am on Friday, March 2
If you have no luck with the pre-sales, don’t worry, there’s still the general sale starting 09:00 on Friday March 2. Tickets will be available to buy on Ticketmaster, AXS and other leading agencies.
NO FILTER! The news you’ve all been waiting for! The Rolling Stones are bringing the No Filter tour to the UK and Ireland this summer, with some additional European shows! #TheRollingStones #StonesNoFilter #Tour pic.twitter.com/MOLN1u7m8Y
— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) February 26, 2018
How much will tickets cost?
Tickets aren’t cheap, with Amex advance tickets for the London Stadium gig ranging in price from £59.95 to £179.95. Ticketmaster, meanwhile, has revealed that fans can expect to pay up to £399.95 for a premium standing ticket, along with a booking fee of £52 that brings the total cost to £451.95.
What are the UK dates for The Rolling Stones’ No Filter tour?
Stadium, London (May 22)
Old Trafford, Manchester (June 5)
BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh (9)
Principality Stadium, Cardiff (15)
Twickenham Stadium, London (19)