As one of the biggest rock n’ roll groups of all time, it should come as no surprise that when The Rolling Stones announced their latest concert tour event, the entire world has been on the edge of their seats to find out more about this massive rock event. The band’s tour titled the “50 and Counting Tour” was announced last week and the band revealed that there would be nine different shows taking place on this North American arena tour. With several days in between each stop on the nine-city tour, the 50 and Counting jaunt leaves some room for the band to add additional shows if desired.
However, currently the band is staying mum on whether or not they will actually add additional shows to their tour, but they have revealed that additional stops are a possibility. However currently, Keith Richard, Mick Jagger and the rest of The Rolling Stones have their eyes set on the confirmed dates for their 2013 outing. The band’s tour is currently scheduled to kick off in Los Angeles at the Staple’s Center near the beginning of May. However, the exact date for the kick-off has yet to be revealed until scheduled events from the NHL playoffs are scheduled.
The band’s second tour stop, however, is slated for May 5th and will take place at the Oracle Aren in Oakland, California. Other stops along the way will include concerts in Toronto, Las Vegas, San Jose and Anaheim as well as stops in Boston and Chicago, where rumors have been swirling already about potential two night stays for each city. The tour is currently slated to end at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on June 18th. On this upcoming ’50 and Counting’ tour, fans will not only be able to see The Rolling Stones take the stage live but according to the band, fans may also be able to expect some special surprises and possible guest appearances when this band takes hits the road for this highly anticipated tour event.