The Rolling Stones in concert in France this summer ? It’s now official! The legendary British rock band, will celebrate its 60-year career during the “Sixty” tour .
100,000 tickets on sale
Don’t miss the sale scheduled for March 18 at 10 o ‘clock. To celebrate their six-decade career, the Rolling Stones are announcing a fourteen-date tour in Europe, including two in France, at Groupama Stadium in Lyon on July 19 and at the Longchamp racecourse in Paris on July 23. . Some 100,000 tickets will go on sale Friday. For a few days, the Rolling Stones had been teasing on the web by broadcasting enigmatic posts: we heard the first notes of Can’t You Hear Me Knocking? with their iconic sticking out tongue laid out in different locations on a map of Europe.
Fourteen concerts in ten countries
The Rolling Stones will therefore be in concert in July in France, Paris and Lyon, as part of their European tour celebrating the 60th anniversary of their formation, the promotion company Live Nation announced on Monday. In total, 14 concerts will be given in ten countries for this tour called Sixty . Accompanying Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood will be Darryl Jones on bass and Steve Jordan on drums. The latter had taken over the drumsticks of the group in August 2021 in anticipation of the “No Filter Tour”, at the request of Charlie Watts, then hospitalized. At 80, the Stones drummer since 1963 was to die a few days later. With this tour called SIXTY, the Rolling Stones promise a new show, different from the No Filter Tour, which began in 2017 and resumed in the fall of 2021 to sold-out audiences in the United States.