By: Renee Grant

Fans of the Rolling Stones have been getting their fix quite a bit over the last year. From their Exhibitionism art installation to their wildly popular blues album, Blue & Lonesome, the group has been bringing some of their best work. The band has been touring regularly since late 2012, performing a whopping 96 shows over five years.

Now, the band has announced a new UK tour, thirteen shows in all. With drummer Charlie Watts being 75, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards both being 73, and Ronnie Wood turning 70 this June, it’s surprising the aging rockers are still willing to tour, but the epic band will criss-cross Europe beginning this fall.

The band promises unexpected songs to be played each night, and “a spectacular new production and state of the art stage design.”

Jagger says of the tour, “I’m so excited to be touring Europe this Autumn and returning to some familiar places and some we’ve never done before.”

Check out the tour announcement trailer and tour dates below, and to purchase tickets, you can head to the band’s website.

Stones: No Filter Tour Dates
09/09 – Hamburg, Germany – Stadtpark
09/12 – Munich, Germany – Olympic Stadium
09/16 – Spielberg, Austria – Spielberg at Red Bull Ring
09/20 – Zurich, Switzerland – Letzigrund Stadium
09/23 – Lucca, Italy – Lucca Summer Festival-City Walls
09/27 – Barcelona, Spain – Olympic Stadium
09/30 – Amsterdam, Holland – Amsterdam ArenA
10/03 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Parken Stadium
10/09 – Dusseldorf, Germany – Esprit arena
10/12 – Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
10/15 – Arnhem, Holland – GelreDome
10/19 – Paris, France – U Arena
10/22 – Paris, France – U Arena


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