Titled SIXTY will the set of summer shows celebrate 60 years since the band’s formation.
This will be the first time The Stones have performed together since their drummer Charlie Watts’ death.
When’s the Rolling Stones 2022 Tour?
The Rolling Stones tour is set to run from early June and all the way through to the end of July.
With sets planned throughout Europe, there are three big concerts planned for the UK in both London and Liverpool.
“When I look at the sea of people when we play in Europe, I can only see smiles,” said guitarist Ronnie Wood.
“‘It’s heartwarming and I’m glad we make people happy every time we play live. Can’t wait to get on this whole new stage with the boys and have fun.”
The Rolling Stones tour dates – full list
- 05 – Olympic Stadium – Munich, Germany
- 09 – Anfield Stadium – Liverpool, United Kingdom
- 13 – Johan Cruijff Arena – Amsterdam, Holland
- 17 – Wankdorf Stadium – Bern, Switzerland
- 21 – San Siro Stadium – Milan, Italy
- 25 – American Express presents Bst Hyde Park – London, UK
- 03 – American Express presents BST Hyde Park – London, UK
- 11 – King Baudouin Stadium – Brussels, Belgium
- 15 – Ernst Happel Stadium – Vienna, Austria
- 19 – Groupama Stadium – Lyon, France
- 23 – Hippodrome Parislongchamp – Paris, France
- 27 – Veltins Arena – Gelsenkirchen, Germany
- 31 – Friends Arena – Stockholm, Sweden
How to get tickets for Rolling Stones tour 2022
Fans of the Stones can buy pre-sale tickets for both Liverpool and London shows as well as all European tour venues.
For the British leg, fans can pick up VIP and travel tickets from March 16th.
Amex pre-sale for The Rolling Stones concerts at Hyde Park and Liverpool has already begun and may become so accessed online.
How much do Rolling Stones tickets cost?
Rolling Stones tour tickets vary widely in price depending on location and ticket type.
Standard Liverpool tickets are set to cost between £ 220 – £ 288.
Those hoping to catch the Stones in London on June 25 should expect to pay somewhere between £ 172 – £ 566 for a standard ticket, with VIP tickets over £ 3,000.
Tickets for the London July date should cost £ 184 – £ 927.