Rolling Stones Tickets
Rocking since 1962 and entertaining the world with their bad boy antics, the Rolling Stones have solidified their place in music history. Now you can experience Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and the rest of these living legends live in concert when they visit a venue near you! Known for such iconic hits as “Satisfaction,” “Sympathy for the Devil,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” “Beast of Burden,” and countless others, this is a career-spanning performance you will not want to miss. Fortunately, you don’t have to! Razorgator has you covered with Rolling Stones concert tickets around the country. Check back often and buy your tickets to say you were part of rock and roll history!
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Rolling Stones Tour News
Can you believe that next year will mark 55 years together for Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and the rest of the Rolling Stones? It’s a fact! The London band formed way back in 1962. Since then, they have delighted audiences around the world with hits like “Paint It Black,” “Wild Horses,” and “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” just to name a few. Now, they are back with the Exhibitionism Tour including brief series of shows this October. The Stones’ first appearance will take place Friday, October 7 at Empire Polo Field in Indio, CA. They will be joined by fellow music legend Bob Dylan, so don’t miss it! Tickets are $1099 and up.
When the Rolling Stones began making waves in the music business in the 1960s, they were often associated with rebellion and the counterculture of the decade, but have since become universally accepted as one of the greatest bands of all time. Their most recent tour, the “Zip Code” tour, was not only a huge success, but was also a great reminder of the deep roots rock and roll has in modern music and culture. Although the tour was a short one, it was a great opportunity for hundreds of thousands of fans to catch Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and the rest of the Stones in their element: on stage. Many wish they had scheduled more concert dates, but with upcoming releases of concert footage that spans the decades, you should have plenty of great music to keep you busy until their next tour!
7/17/15 - Now that the Rolling Stones are officially done with their “Zip Code” tour, all that’s left is to talk about what amazing performers they are and speculate about when they’ll start their next tour. The final concert was held in Quebec, and was reportedly the largest crowd on the tour. There were over 93,000 people there! Not even that large of an audience can scare the likes of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and the rest of the Stones. Richards is doing his best to keep fans happy during the down time, as he has officially released his new single! The song, titled “Trouble,” is from his upcoming solo record, Crosseyed Heart, which is due out in September. The album features a lot of the notorious Keith Richard sound, and is a must-have for all Stones fans!
7/9/15 - This is the last call for Rolling Stones fans. Their time in North America is coming to a close. With only two shows remaining, this really is your last chance to see them live. First, they will be playing in Buffalo, New York at the Ralph Wilson Stadium on July 11th. There are still plenty of tickets for that show, starting as low as $85. Then, on July 15th, at the Plains of Abraham at Battlefield Park in Quebec, the Rolling Stones will close their 2015 tour. There are fewer tickets still available for that show, which means that all remaining tickets are available for $128. After that, there is no telling when their next live show will be, so be sure to catch them while you can.
7/2/15 - Even though the Rolling Stones are from Britain, they will be celebrating the Fourth of July holiday with their droves of fans at one of the most American places ever: the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The show is set to begin at 8:00 PM and we still have tickets available if you haven’t purchased yours already. Prices start at $90. The show will start at 8:00 PM with the country music band Racal Flatts kicking things off. The Stones are scheduled to begin their set at 9:30. The “Zip Code” tour is winding down its stint in North America; after the Independence Day show they will only be hitting up three more cities. If you can’t make it to Indianapolis on Saturday, be sure to catch them in Detroit on July 8, in Buffalo on July 11, or in Quebec City on July 15.
6/25/15 - Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and the rest of the Rolling Stones had the privilege of kicking off the much-anticipated Summerfest music festival in Milwaukee, WI on Tuesday night. In fact, the event was one of the most-hyped performances in recent history for the city of Milwaukee. The Stones played at a sold-out, thrilling show at Marcus Amphitheater, which was filled to the brim with 25,000 fans in attendance. Ironically, this was also the smallest show and venue for the Stones along their Zip Code Tour! The band was also joined on stage by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Concert Chorale, who sang back up to Jagger for an angelic performance of “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” The Stones’ next show is this Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
6/17/15 - It’s always a pleasure to see Mick Jagger and the rest of the Rolling Stones live in concert, but fans in attendance at tonight’s show in Nashville are in for an extra special treat. The Stones are known for having eclectic cameos and guest performers at their shows, and tonight’s concert is no different. Not only will they perform alongside guest act Brad Paisley, they’ll also kick things off with a performance by the Belmont University Chorale. This ensemble is a select group of two-dozen university students, and they’re about to have the experience of their lives as they sing along with the legendary Mick Jagger. There’s no word on what the Chorale will perform, but we can only hope it’s the backup to “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” Find out at tonight’s show!
6/9/15 - Singing on stage with the Rolling Stones is probably on a lot of peoples’ bucket lists, but for one college choir, that dream came true this last weekend. Twenty four students at the University of Texas at Arlington got to perform alongside some true rock and roll legends for a rendition of “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” at the AT&T Center. Mick Jagger praised the choir after the eight-minute performance, and even snapped a picture with his phone. Members of the lucky group were required to keep complete secrecy about the opportunity which was hard, but totally worth it. The Rolling Stones continue their 2015 “Zip Code” tour on Friday, June 12 at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida. Tickets are available from us for $85.
6/4/15 - Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and the rest of the legendary Rolling Stones are having an incredible week. They put on a high-energy performance at the TCF Stadium in Minneapolis on Wednesday night, thrilling the sold out crowd by opening with long time fan favorite “Jumping Jack Flash.” They proved the term “World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band” isn’t just a tagline; the guys are still rocking out well into their 70s. Jagger seemed as sprightly as ever, spending a large portion of the show jumping, prancing, leaping, and generally moving around with enthusiasm. The Stones are also celebrating the rerelease of their hit album Sticky Fingers, which debuts next week. The Stones’ next show takes place this Saturday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. Don’t miss it!
5/28/15 - Just over a week remains until the release of the revamped album, Sticky Fingers, from rockers the Rolling Stones. The work will include an alternate version of “Dead Flowers,” a song that was featured on the original record and released in 1971. The new recording of the tune is much more rock and roll and a lot less country, as Mick Jagger sings it without the Southern twang that he used in the ’70s. The album is due out June 9. The Stones are also currently on tour in the United States, and they are slated to perform at the Ohio Stadium venue in Columbus on Saturday, May 30. Come see them live along with opener Kid Rock with tickets from us! Prices start at just $34.
5/14/15 - Rock legends the Rolling Stones are observing a special anniversary today as they prepare to embark on their Zip Code tour in less than two weeks. Today marks the 50th anniversary of when the Stones recorded their iconic single “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” Guitarist Keith Richards first created the famous guitar riff after reportedly hearing it in a dream. He recorded the chord progression while half asleep at the Gulf Motel in Clearwater, FL in 1965 on a tape cassette, which at the time was groundbreaking technology. Lead singer Mick Jagger quickly wrote the lyrics to the worldwide hit after hearing the recording, which Richards played for him the very next day. Come hear this legendary song live when the Stones kick off their Zip Code Tour on May 24 in San Diego, CA.
5/6/15 - When you belong to a band like the Rolling Stones, it’s not hard to get people to listen to what you have to say. After the devastating earthquake in Nepal, Mick Jagger is putting that influence to good use by urging fans to donate to a charity called “Save the Children.” He teamed up with members of Pink Floyd to record a single titled “Save the Children (Look Into Your Heart).” All proceeds will go to the survivors of the tragedy via the humanitarian organization and you can do your part by downloading the song. You should also make plans to see the Rolling Stones in concert in a city near you! They will be in San Diego on May 24 to perform at the PetCo Park venue. We have your tickets for that show for $211 and up.
4/29/15 - Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and the rest of the iconic Rolling Stones are set to take the stage later this spring on their highly anticipated 2015 Zip Code Tour, but not before unveiling a few surprises for fans. The group recently released an alternate edit of their song “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” as well as an acoustic version of “Wild Horses.” Both releases are stripped-down versions of fan favorites, which serve to reassert that Jagger, Richards, and the rest of the Stones are truly pure, incredible writers and players. The group will reissue their wildly successful album Sticky Fingers on June 9 along with a wealth of quality extra material that is sure to delight even Stones fans who think they’ve heard it all.
4/8/15 - Rolling Stones Zip Code tour presales have started today for Columbus, OH (Ohio Stadium); Arlington, TX (AT&T Stadium); Orlando, FL (Citrus Bowl); Nashville, TN (LP Field); Pittsburgh, PA (Heinz Field); Milwaukee, WI (Marcus Amphitheater Summerfest); Kansas City, MO (Arrowhead Stadium); Raleigh, NC (Carter Finley Stadium); Indianapolis, IN (Indianapolis Motor Speedway); Orchard Park, NY (Ralph Wilson Stadium). Rolling Stones tickets public on sales for these venues will follow on Monday, April 13th. Don't want to wait? Stones tickets are available for all 2015 Rolling Stones tour dates on Razorgator today! >
3/30/15 - Pollstar is reporting that the Rolling Stones will announce a summer tour tomorrow, March 31st. And Mick Jagger posted a tweet this afternoon, saying "Keep an eye on http://RollingStones.com tomorrow morning, news is coming…!" Where will the Stones play? Indianapolis, Nashville and Orlando have been rumored to be possible cities for the upcoming tour. Stay tuned for 2015 Rolling Stones tickets and tour dates!