The Rolling Stones have been dropping hints that they are planning a massive North American tour in 2024. Fans have spotted signs, banners and projections of their iconic lips and tongue logo in several cities, including Denver, Houston, Cleveland and Vancouver. The band also posted a video on their social media accounts, featuring various images of the American flag and the Canadian maple leaf, along with their 1968 song “Street Fighting Man” as the soundtrack.
The tour, which has not been officially announced yet, will mark the first time the band will perform in the U.S. since 2021, when they had to cancel their No Filter tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will also be their first tour overall since the summer of 2022, when they played a series of shows in Europe.
Fans are eagerly awaiting the official announcement of the tour dates and venues, as well as the ticket prices and availability. The Rolling Stones are known for their energetic and spectacular live performances, which often feature special guests, fireworks and giant screens. The band members, who are all in their late 70s and early 80s, have shown no signs of slowing down or retiring, and have expressed their desire to keep playing as long as they can.
The Rolling Stones are ready to rock North America in 2024, and fans are ready to welcome them back with open arms. As the band’s motto goes, “It’s only rock ‘n’ roll, but we like it”.
[Source: Classic Hits Today]