The Rolling Stones Announce 13 U.S. Tour Dates

(Bloomberg) -- Mick Jagger may have turned 75 this past summer, but that hasn’t kept him or the world’s longest-running major touring act off the road.

The Rolling Stones announced 13 U.S. tour dates on Monday that will see them play large venues from the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami in April to Chicago’s Soldier Field in late June.

The Stones, celebrating their 56th year as a rock and roll band, are continuing their No Filter tour, which began in September 2017. Original members, guitarist Keith Richards, 74, and drummer Charlie Watts, 77, will be touring, as well as Ronnie Wood, the newcomer at 71.

The band was the third-highest grossing act worldwide in the first half of the year, according Pollstar. Their $100.8 million ticket gross put them behind only Ed Sheeran and Bruno Mars.

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