The Rolling Stones Tease Tour Announcement

North American tour dates appear to be impending.

The Rolling Stones Tease Tour Announcement
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As Hennemusic reports, the Rolling Stones have spent the weekend teasing what appears to be the announcement of a North American spring tour.

Under the heading #StartMeUpWednesday, the band have released a photograph of the theme, along with the bands iconic tongue logo, that has appeared on a billboard in San Francisco. The bands song lyrics have also been appearing on a message screen at a train platform in Chicago.

According to Pollstar, the band has confirmed AEG Live as the promoter for an 18 date arena tour of North America which will start in early May.

The news comes after the band were confirmed as headliners for this years Glastonbury Festival in the U.K, after much speculation.

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    SheltieCobain
    Wonder how much there ticket prices will be this time, 400? 2000? if other bands can tour around for about 40 a ticket then they can do the same, all they care about is money and not the benefit of the fans anymore
    TheWhiteKeys101
    I used to dislike their music, when I was a young immature metal head, so now that I've grown up, I feel blessed to finally have the chance to see those guys before they retire for good. Looking forward to that.
    Mikeal1917
    Actually I would hope that they would strip down the concerts to help keep costs down. They're doing Glastonbury for peanuts because they can't have their big setup. Would be a real sign to the fans, instead of doing the huge setups they did in December, which they said was why tickets were so high, to make it a real simple, rocking show like they did in the 70's.
    Firehawk2410
    I hope I get to see them! But the tickets will probably be an arm and a leg plus everyone's firstborn.
    RitchieRamone
    As much as I love their music, they're being real *****s. What about people who paid tons of cash for the tickets to one of your "farewell" shows? I mean...They're just milking the fans. Disappointed.
    webber243
    I don't think they ever said it was "fairwell" shows, it was to mark their anniversary
    biff022
    You say this as if you WANT it to be their last show... let the Stones play on forever...