The Rolling Stones will play thirteen shows in twelve different venues, across Europe, in September and October. STONES – NO FILTER sees Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ronnie, back where they belong, out on the road, playing to packed stadiums. This STONES – NO FILTER European tour follows last year’s ground-breaking tour of South America culminating in the historical concert in Havana, Cuba.
9 September Hamburg, Germany Stadtpark
12 September Munich, Germany Olympic Stadium
16 September Spielberg, Austria Spielberg at Red Bull Ring
20 September Zurich, Switzerland Letzigrund Stadium
23 September Lucca, Italy Lucca Summer Festival-City Walls
27 September Barcelona, Spain Olympic Stadium
30 September *Amsterdam, Holland *Amsterdam ArenA
3 October *Copenhagen, Denmark *Parken Stadium
9 October *Dusseldorf, Germany *Esprit arena
12 October *Stockholm, Sweden *Friends Arena
15 October *Arnhem, Holland *GelreDome
19 October *Paris, France *U Arena
22 October *Paris, France *U Arena
As always, the Rolling Stones will treat their European fans to a set list packed full of classics such as, ‘Gimme Shelter’, ‘Paint It Black’, ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’, ‘Tumbling Dice’ and ‘Brown Sugar’, but they will also include a couple of unexpected tracks each night, and randomly selected surprises from their formidable arsenal of songs. For all of the European No Filter shows, the Stones will be unveiling a spectacular new production and state of the art stage design.
Keith Richards said, “Hey Guys, here we come. See you there!!!!”
Mick Jagger said, “I’m so excited to be touring Europe this Autumn and returning to some familiar places and some we’ve never done before.”
The tour, produced by Concerts West, kicks off at The Stadtpark in Hamburg on Saturday September 9 and then heads for Munich (Germany), Spielberg (Austria), Zurich (Switzerland), Lucca (Italy) Barcelona (Spain), Amsterdam (Holland), Copenhagen (Denmark), Dusseldorf (Germany), Stockholm (Sweden), Arnhem (Holland) and rounds up with two shows in Paris (France) at the brand new ‘U Arena’, the first concerts to be staged at this venue.