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The Rolling Stones return to the road in 2024: See the 16 stadium dates




Six decades after their first U.S. tour, the Rolling Stones are still commandeering stages.

The venerable rockers will embark on a 16-city jaunt April 28 in Houston to support their well-received new album, “Hackney Diamonds,” and plug into their extensive hits parade.

The stadium tour, sponsored by the age-appropriate AARP, will also hit cities including Las Vegas, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Los Angeles. The band will detour May 2 to play the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time Dec. 1 via

It hasn’t been too long since the band worked stadium stages: In September 2021, they resumed their No Filter tour, which had been on a 16-month pandemic delay.

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The Stones – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood – are basking in a bit of a studio revival with “Hackney Diamonds,” their first new album since 2005.

The album debuted at No. 1 on the U.K. albums chart and No. 3 on the Billboard 200 album chart, making them the first act with a top 10 album each decade since the 1960s.

The single, “Angry,” is nominated for best rock song at the Grammy Awards on Feb. 4. (The band has three career wins.)

“Hackney Diamonds” is also the Stones’ first album since drummer Charlie Watts died in 2021.

The band premiered songs from the album at an intimate, invitation-only show of a few hundred people at the Racket NYC club in October, running through a handful of visceral new tracks and leaning into classics including “Shattered” and “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” with youthful vigor. Lady Gaga, who sings on the album track “Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” joined Jagger for a thunderous duet.

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The Rolling Stones 2024 tour dates

April 28: NRG Stadium, HoustonMay 2: Jazz Fest, New Orleans May 7: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona May 11: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas May 15: Lumen Field, Seattle May 23: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey May 30: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts June 3: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida June 7: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta June 11: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia June 15: Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland June 20: Empower Field at Mile High, Denver June 27: Soldier Field, Chicago July 5: BC Place, Vancouver, British Columbia July 10: SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles July 17: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California 

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