The Rolling Stones will embark on a European tour in June and July to mark their 60th anniversary, reported Agence France Press (AFP).
Dubbed ‘Sixty’, the tour includes 14 concerts in ten countries, starting in Madrid on June 1st, and ending in Stockholm on July 31st. The concerts will be held in famous landmarks including Liverpool’s Anfield Stadium, and Milan’s San Siro Stadium.
In France, fans of the legendary band will have the opportunity to attend two concerts, in Lyon on July 19th, and in Paris on July 23rd, with a capacity of 50,000 spectators in each location.
Missing late Charlie Watts, the tour will include Steve Jordan who joined the band on drums since their US tour in 2021.
Rolling Stones has already kicked off its promotion campaign with a 13-second video playing the first note of their timeless hit ‘Can't You Hear Me Knocking’.
The band’s motto, the red tongue has also appeared all over the tour’s map.
This year is special for the great band, as it marks its 60th anniversary and the 50th anniversary of Rolling Stones greatest album ‘Exile on Main Street’.
Music experts say the band performed its first ever concert on stage in 1962, at the Marquee Club, in London.