The Rolling Stones announce new European tour to celebrate 60th anniversary

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14 Mar 2022, 09:33

Credit: Rolling Stones / LD Comms

Credit: Rolling Stones / LD Comms

Iconic rockers The Rolling Stones are back!

After teasing fans about a new run of shows, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood have just announced their new tour ‘Sixty’ in celebration of their 60th anniversary, and will play 14 shows across 10 European countries this summer. 

The legendary band will make their long-awaited return to their home turf with a special concert at Liverpool FC’s home - Anfield. 

It will mark the Stone’s first stadium show in Liverpool for over fifty years when they hit the stadium stage in June. 

Not only are they performing around the UK, but Mick and the gang will also headline British Summertime Hyde Park for two nights, joining the likes of Elton John, the Eagles, Adele, Pearl Jam and Duran Duran. 

For the special 60th anniversary tour, The Stones will be joined by Steve Jordan on drums, and while they are expected to thrill fans with their incredible catalogue of hits, the Stones are planning to bring out a number of unexpected tracks and new cutting-edge stage production too. 

The tour stars in the Wanda Stadium in Madrid, then moves to Munich before landing in Liverpool. 

After that, it’s off to Amsterdam, Bern in Switzerland and Milan, before the band head back to London for BST Hyde Park. 

The Stones will then close out their monumental return to the road with a night in Stockholm. 

Tickets for the Rolling Stones Sixty tour will go on sale this Friday 18th March here