Will the Rolling Stones announce an upcoming European tour?

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You don’t get bigger names in rock and roll history than the members of the Rolling Stones and they are unbelievably still touring and producing music. After the spectacular response to the Rolling Stones recent album release in 2016, Blue and Lonesome, surely, they will be announcing a Rolling Stone UK tour in 2018 and be returning to stadiums near you.

Should the Rolling Stones announce a UK tour, Villiers will ensure you the ultimate hospitality experience that is not worth missing! Find out the Rolling Stones hospitality 2018 and VIP tickets first, if and when they break by signing up to our mailing list here.

The last time the Rolling Stones toured the UK was for their 50th anniversary tour named “50 & Counting”, and fans we’re desperate to hear the legends play their greatest hits across arenas in the UK and internationally. They dazzled fans with the best of the Rolling Stones hits with classic songs including tracks from Sticky Fingers, widely considered one of the Rolling Stones best albums. Vast crowds of people sang along to the Rolling Stones classics of Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Wild Horses, Sympathy for the Devil and many more. The iconic logo of the band was back adorned on the thousands of shirts of enthused fans. When the next Rolling Stones tour rolls in, why not entertain clients or spoil friends and family with luxury VIP hospitality?

In 2012, the legendary Rolling Stones started their tour in London with four sell out performances at the 02 Arena, which was filled to capacity with around 31,755 screaming fans in attendance. The widespread popularity of the Rolling Stones means to get the best views, VIP hospitality or box seats are highly coveted.

The band travelled around the world on the Rolling Stones reunion tour in 2012-2013, playing a lot of venues across North America and Europe. The Rolling Stones sold out at Le Trabendo and Theatre Mogador in Paris, before heading to New York City to play the Barclays Center and Madison Square Garden. They continued to amaze across the vast arenas in North America and ended their tour back In London, their home turf, where they had originally formed. the Rolling Stones played their highly-anticipated finale of the tour with an epic set in Hyde Park. The Rolling Stones had previously performed Hyde Park in 1969 with a concert called “The Stones in the Park”. Could the legends return to play Hyde Park this summer?

The Rolling Stones recent album of entirely blues covers, Blues and Lonesome, received an incredible response from the public so would their tour see them performing Blues or their greatest hits?

Anticipation is high that the next Rolling Stones tour would see them play vast arenas as they have before, such as London’s 02 Arena however, imagine if the Rolling Stones played at the Royal Albert Hall, an ultimate honour as a British artist. Maybe they would announce a performance at Wembley Stadium?

As many fans were unable to get tickets to the Rolling Stones previous tour, perhaps they would perform at either the Manchester Etihad Stadium or London Stadium? At Villiers, our premier access to select venues across UK ensures you the very best seats in the house and outstanding hospitality for all to enjoy so why not get in touch to see what we can offer you. Find out more on available hospitality at Wembley Stadium and Etihad Stadium. And register your interest in The Rolling Stones hospitality 2018.

Prior to the Rolling Stones 50th anniversary tour, they had not performed live since 2007 but, as they chose to call their reunion tour, 50 & Counting, it seems they are eager to continue performing. The Rolling Stones were joined on stage at the 02 Arena with all-star guest performances including Mary J Blige, Jeff Beck and two previous Rolling Stones members: Mick Taylor and Bill Wyman.

For the Rolling Stones next performance, which of their many celebrity friends would join them on stage? Perhaps given Eric Clapton’s cameo on their latest album he would join the Rolling Stones on a UK tour? The Rolling Stones may have sung “You can’t always get what you want” but with VIP hospitality, this time you can.

To watch the Rolling Stones perform live would truly be a-once-in-a-lifetime experience! Whether you take clients or family and friends, make sure you get the most from the occasion with Rolling Stones hospitality. Sign up to the Villiers mailing list today to hear about the Rolling Stones hospitality 2018 first, when registering please include your preferred location and group size.

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