Classic rock legends The Rolling Stones have announced 15 North American stadium concerts billed as the Zip Code Tour. There are no shows currently scheduled in New York, Los Angeles, or Chicago, but the Stones will visit such cities as Dallas, Nashville, Atlanta, Detroit, Kansas City, and Buffalo. The band's only West Coast date is the tour opener on May 24th in San Diego, which has us thinking they may be announcing more shows later.
This will be the first time the rock legends have played North America since their 50th Anniversary arena tour in 2012-2013. It's their first stadium tour of North America since their A Bigger Bang Tour from 2005-2007. No opening acts have been announced.
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Check below for whatever show you're interested in, as each concert can have different ticketing. The American Express / VIP pre-sale will begin April 8th. The Pandora pre-sale will begin April 9th. The team / venue / AEG / radio pre-sale will begin April 10th. The general public on-sale will begin April 13th.
The American Express pre-sale password is your card number (you can also try 8778770987). The Pandora pre-sale password is Zipper2015, and the Zip Code pre-sale password could be MIDNIGHT or BEAST.
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The tour will also coincide with the Rolling Stones re-release of Sticky Fingers on May 26 in North America, and May 25 in the rest of the world. The deluxe editions include a generous selection of previously unreleased Stones studio outtakes from the recording sessions and stunning live performances from that time. These sought after tracks have never been available until this release.
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