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The Rolling Stones To Relaunch US No Filter Tour In September, Add New Dates

Thursday, 22 July 2021 Written by Jon Stickler

The Rolling Stones have relaunched their US No Filter Tour.

Having postponed the previously scheduled dates in March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the legendary rockers will now kick off the trek on September 26 in St. Louis.

The run includes rearranged gigs in Charlotte, Pittsburgh, Nashville, Minneapolis, Tampa, Dallas, Atlanta, Detroit and Austin, along with new stops at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on October 13, Los Angeles on October 17, and Las Vegas on November 6.

Unfortunately, their concerts in Vancouver, Louisville, Cleveland and Buffalo have been cancelled, with ticket holders advised to refer to their point of purchase for a refund.

Original tickets will be honoured for the corresponding new performances, with the new shows on general sale at 10am local time on July 30.

The Rolling Stones Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun September 26 2021 - ST LOUIS Missouri - Dome (USA)
Thu September 30 2021 - CHARLOTTE North Carolina - Bank Of America Stadium (USA)
Mon October 04 2021 - PITTSBURGH Pennsylvania - Heinz Field (USA)
Sat October 09 2021 - NASHVILLE Tennessee - Nissan Stadium (USA)
Wed October 13 2021 - NEW ORLEANS Louisiana - New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival (USA)
Sun October 17 2021 - LOS ANGELES California - SoFi Stadium (USA)
Sun October 24 2021 - MINNEAPOLIS Minnesota - US Bank Stadium (USA)
Fri October 29 2021 - TAMPA Florida - Raymond James Stadium (USA)
Tue November 02 2021 - DALLAS Texas - Cotton Bowl Stadium (USA)
Sat November 06 2021 - LAS VEGAS Nevada - Allegiant Stadium (USA)
Thu November 11 2021 - ATLANTA Georgia - Mercedes Benz Stadium (USA)
Mon November 15 2021 - DETROIT Michigan - Ford Field (USA)
Sat November 20 2021 - AUSTIN Texas - Circuit of The Americas (USA)

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