Forbes – The Rolling Stones Hitting Pasadena’s Rose Bowl on 13-City U.S. Tour

November 19, 2018 | Posted in Media

The Rolling Stones are bringing their hugely successful, and acclaimed, No Filter tour to stadiums in 13 cities across America in 2019.

The announcement comes off the back of a string of sold out stadium shows across the UK and Europe.

Among the iconic venues Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood will be playing is the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, on May 11, 2019. Tickets for all US dates will go on sale will go on sale Friday, November 30, 2018, at 10AM. For ticketing information, visit

Over the last few weeks, the band have been teasing possible venues for their upcoming shows with their iconic tongue-out logo popping up at various locations including Denver’s Bronco Stadium, on a billboard outside Metlife Stadium in New Jersey, New Jersey, at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington, and on sidewalks in Chicago, Illinois.

Additionally, the Rolling Stones tweeted an animated clip showing the sun, emblazoned with the tongue logo, rising in front of the Statue of Liberty sparking talk of a Madison Square Garden show.

“It’s a thrill when we play stadiums in the States – the energy is always amazing!” frontman Mick Jagger said in a release. Guitarist Keith Richards added: “I’ve always loved playing the states. It’s a great crowd.”

From previous No Filter shows, the set list has the legendary band treating generations of fans to classic Stones hits such as “Sympathy For The Devil,” “Paint It Black,” and “Brown Sugar,” as well as gems from their extensive and widely celebrated catalog. The UK shows earlier this year included a couple of unexpected tracks and randomly selected surprises.

More than a half century into their career, the Rolling Stones are still getting their satisfaction. As of July 2018, the band, which makes most of its money on the road, has been averaging $5 million per tour stop in recent years, playing 17 shows during the scoring period. That saw the band rank in 80th place in Forbes’ 2018 Celebrity 100 Earnings list.