The Rolling Stones Postpone ‘No Filter’ Tour In North America

The mighty Rolling Stones
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– The mighty Rolling Stones
, pictured performing at Solider Field in Chicago June 21, were the top tour of North America this year, with the “No Filter” run grossing $177.8 million on just 16 shows. Only the Stones and Elton John grossed more

The Rolling Stones’ “No Filter” tour of North America is the latest casualty of the coronavirus pandemic, with all shows postponed to future dates to be announced.

The tour was to launch in San Diego May 8 and end July 9 in Atlanta. Ticketholders are advised by AEG Presents / Concerts West to hold on to their tickets and await further information.

“We’re hugely disappointed to have to postpone the tour,” the Stones stated. “We are sorry to all the fans who were looking forward to it as much as we were, but the health and safety of everyone has to take priority. We will all get through this together – and we’ll see you very soon.” 

While the postponements hardly come as a surprise in the current environment, the announcement still represents a major economic hole in the industry’s summer. Over the last three years, as the Stones trotted the globe on its ongoing “No Filter” tour, the band has averaged 58,741 tickets per stadium show for a gross of more than $10.6 million dollars.

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Postponed shows:

May 8, 2020                        San Diego, CA                    SDCCU Stadium

May 12, 2020                      Vancouver, BC                   BC Place

May 16, 2020                      Minneapolis, MN             U.S. Bank Stadium

May 20, 2020                      Nashville, TN                      Nissan Stadium

May 24, 2020                      Austin, TX                            Circuit of The Americas

May 29, 2020                      Dallas, TX                             Cotton Bowl® Stadium

June 6, 2020                        Buffalo, NY                          New Era Field

June 10, 2020                     Detroit, MI                          Ford Field

June 14, 2020                     Louisville, KY                      Cardinal Stadium

June 19, 2020                     Cleveland, OH                    FirstEnergy Stadium

June 23, 2020                     Pittsburgh, PA                   Heinz Field

June 27, 2020                     St. Louis, MO                     The Dome at America’s Center

July 1, 2020                         Charlotte, NC                     Bank of America Stadium

July 5, 2020                         Tampa, FL                            Raymond James Stadium

July 9, 2020                         Atlanta, GA                         Mercedes-Benz Stadium