The Rolling Stones have officially announced their “No Filter” tour to return to North America for a massive 15-city run in 2020.

The massive Rolling Stones 2020 tour is scheduled to kick off May 8 at SDCCU Stadium in San Diego, bringing the legendary Stones back to areas that they haven’t played in over a decade including Vancouver, Austin, Louisville, Cleveland, St. Louis, Charlotte and Tampa. The tour will also make stops in Minneapolis, Nashville, Dallas, Buffalo, Detroit, Pittsburgh and Atlanta.

“It’s always a pleasure to return to North America and play for some of the biggest and best crowds in the world!,” said Mick Jagger.

“We had the best time on the road last summer and we are ready to do it again!,” added Keith Richards.

The band’s last tour was unfortunately postponed several weeks while Jagger recovered from heart surgery, but you’d never have known it to see him, still rocking out just as hard as ever.

Tickets for these dates will go on sale Friday, February 14 at 10 am local time.

One can only hope that the massive band will be bringing their shows across the pond to us kids over in Australia, but currently, there are no plans for such a show to happen.

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USA /Canada 2020

May 8, 2020                        San Diego, CA                    SDCCU Stadium
May 12, 2020                      Vancouver, BC                   BC Place
May 16, 2020                      Minneapolis, MN             U.S. Bank Stadium
May 20, 2020                      Nashville, TN                      Nissan Stadium
May 24, 2020                      Austin, TX                            Circuit of The Americas
May 29, 2020                      Dallas, TX                             Cotton Bowl Stadium
June 6, 2020                        Buffalo, NY                          New Era Field
June 10, 2020                     Detroit, MI                          Ford Field
June 14, 2020                     Louisville, KY                      Cardinal Stadium
June 19, 2020                     Cleveland, OH                    FirstEnergy Stadium
June 23, 2020                     Pittsburgh, PA                   Heinz Field
June 27, 2020                     St. Louis, MO                     The Dome at America’s Center
July 1, 2020                         Charlotte, NC                     Bank of America Stadium
July 5, 2020                         Tampa, FL                            Raymond James Stadium
July 9, 2020                         Atlanta, GA                         Mercedes-Benz Stadium

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