The Rolling Stones European tour has been announced and frankly, we think we’ve called this one perfectly! However, there’s a key date missing from the tour announcement and that is the Rolling Stones UK tour dates.
The Rolling Stones will be playing vast stadiums across Europe for their No Filter tour in September and October 2017. The Rolling Stones 13 date tour will commence at Stadtpark in Hamburg and will finish up at the U Arena in Paris. Many Rolling Stones fans will be holding out hope that they will announce a few more dates to include Wembley Stadium or the London’s O2 Arena. Find out the latest on the Rolling Stones tour and hospitality available by signing up to the Villiers newsletter today!
Why see the Rolling Stones in concert?
The Rolling Stones have for over half a century been recognised globally as one of the most successful rock bands in history. For a band like no other, the Rolling Stones list of accolades is incredibly impressive including being inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the UK Music Hall of Fame. There is no wonder that going to see the Rolling Stones live is so popular! In 2013, the rock legends celebrated their 50th anniversary and went on tour with the same style and panache as they did back when the Rolling Stones first released hit album Sticky Fingers.
What songs would the Rolling Stones perform?
Last year the Rolling Stones released a fantastic album called Blue and Lonesome consisting entirely of blues covers that received a fantastic response charting as No.1 album in the UK. It seems likely that the Rolling Stones may incorporate some of the songs from the Blue and Lonesome album in their set list, as well as performing their greatest hits and, with Eric Clapton featuring on their latest album, would he join them on stage during their European tour?
The Rolling Stones performed an unbelievable set list for their 50 & Counting reunion tour that included hits of Paint it Black, Gimme Shelter, Wild Horses, Sympathy for the Devil, You Can’t Always Get What You Want and (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction. It seems likely that the Rolling Stones European Tour will include these legendary songs.
The Rolling Stones are working on yet more new music, as revealed by Keith Richards. Keith Richards said The Rolling Stones will return to the recording studio “very shortly.” Mick Jagger recently released two new tracks indivually inspired by the political issues in the UK, featuring grime artist Skepta on the tracks. Some wonder whether Mick Jaggers new tracks will feature on their upcoming tour in 2018. Imagine listening to brand new Rolling Stones material, their last album was released in 2005.
Why get hospitality or box seats for the Rolling Stones?
The VIP experience with hospitality and box seats is unrivalled in stadiums across Europe. As with truly vast stadiums, the key to enjoying concerts is to experience the best seats in the house so that you don’t have to crane your neck to get a slice of the action. Enjoy the finest foods and beverages served from an exceptionally luxurious setting and relax knowing that your every need is catered for. Wembley Stadium’s state of the art facilities create a fantastic setting to enjoy world-class hospitality, so we’ve got our fingers crossed a Rolling Stones tour rolls into Wembley Stadium.
Why are the Rolling Stones perfect for client entertainment?
The chance to see Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood live is a rare opportunity and one that many people would consider losing a limb for. The widespread popularity combined with the sporadic shows that means seeing the Rolling Stones live is an experience you and your guests would truly treasure. Because with client entertainment you want to share an experience with your corporate guests, an experience that stands out from the crowds and bonds you together and what could be better than seeing iconic band the Rolling Stones?
Will the Rolling Stones 2018 tour dates be extended?
It seems likely that the Rolling Stones tour will be extened to see the band play on home turf in 2018. The Rolling Stones explained to the public, that the UK was not included in their upcoming tour due to conflicts with dates. However, the Rolling Stones are keen to play in the UK in 2018 with their “Stones – No Filter” tour. The Rolling Stones “Stones – No Filter” tour will likely include dates at Wembley Stadium, Croke Park in Dublin, Hampden Park in Glasgow and select others.
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