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Mick Jagger jams a new song to announce The Rolling Stones 2019 dates

by Paul Cashmere on November 20, 2018

in News

Mick Jagger has crafted a little ditty to sing up the Rolling Stones 2019 US tour dates.

“See you in the US next year!,” he announced on Facebook.

Jagger announced the tour via radio.com. “At this point I am just keeping a plateau of fitness as far as physical things are concerned,” Jagger said today. “I have got to make sure I sing quite regularly, play some guitar and harmonica so I’m not rusty going into the rehearsal. I have got to be almost stage ready before I start rehearsing in my mind. That means over the next few months I have to think about those things everyday”.

The No Filter tour will start in Miami on April 20 and finish June 21 in Chicago.

APRIL 2019
20 – Hard Rock Stadium MIAMI, FL
24 – TIAA Bank Field JACKSONVILLE, FL
28 – NRG Stadium HOUSTON, TX

MAY 2019
07 – State Farm Stadium GLENDALE, AZ
11 – The Rose Bowl PASADENA, CA
18 – Levi’s Stadium SANTA CLARA, CA
22 – CenturyLink Field SEATTLE, WA
26 – Broncos Stadium At Mile High DENVER, CO
31 – FedExField WASHINGTON, DC

JUNE 2019
04 – Lincoln Financial Field PHILADELPHIA, PA
08 – Gillette Stadium FOXBOROUGH, MA
13 – MetLife Stadium EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ
21 – Soldier Field CHICAGO, IL

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