Spend the night with the Rolling Stones at State Farm Stadium in May
PHOENIX – The legendary Rolling Stones have been making some of the greatest rock and roll music of all time for more than half a century.
And next year, they’ll be rolling into town for their first Valley performance in more than a decade.
That’s right, the age-defying rockers are bringing their No Filter tour to State Farm Stadium in Glendale on May 7, the band announced Monday.
According to Setlist.FM, the Stones last played in Arizona in 2006, at the same venue when it was known as University of Phoenix Stadium.
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Tickets to see Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood strut their septuagenarian stuff go on sale Nov. 30, a week after Black Friday.
Want early access? Fans can sign up online to get a presale code that can be used for 24 hours starting at 10 a.m. on Nov. 28.
The band’s history in the Valley includes the 1981 show at Sun Devil Stadium that was immortalized in the concert film “Let’s Spend the Night Together.”
The Glendale show is one of 13 the Stones have scheduled for U.S. football stadiums in 2019.
The newly announced leg of the No Filter tour, which has already been to Europe, kicks off April 30 in Miami and concludes June 21 in Chicago.
Past shows on the tour have included many of the band’s signature tunes, including “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” “Sympathy for the Devil,” “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” and “Paint It Black,” as well as deeper cuts from the Stones’ fathoms-deep catalog.
The Stones are the latest in a parade of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers scheduled to play in the Valley in the coming months, joining Fleetwood Mac, Elton John, Paul McCartney, Bob Seger, Kiss and Ozzy Osbourne.