Rolling Stones Tickets

Apr 28

Sun · 8:00 pm

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NRG StadiumHouston, TX

May 07

Tue · 8:00 pm

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State Farm StadiumGlendale, AZ

May 11

Sat · 8:00 pm

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Allegiant StadiumLas Vegas, NV

May 15

Wed · 8:00 pm

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Lumen FieldSeattle, WA

May 23

Thu · 7:30 pm

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Metlife StadiumEast Rutherford, NJ

May 26

Sun · 8:00 pm

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Metlife StadiumEast Rutherford, NJ

May 30

Thu · 7:30 pm

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Gillette StadiumFoxborough, MA

Jun 03

Mon · 8:00 pm

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Camping World StadiumOrlando, FL

Jun 07

Fri · 7:30 pm

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Mercedes-Benz StadiumAtlanta, GA

Jun 11

Tue · 7:30 pm

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Lincoln Financial FieldPhiladelphia, PA

Jun 15

Sat · 7:30 pm

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Cleveland Browns StadiumCleveland, OH

Jun 20

Thu · 7:30 pm

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Empower Field at Mile HighDenver, CO

Jun 27

Thu · 8:00 pm

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Soldier FieldChicago, IL

Jun 30

Sun · 8:00 pm

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Soldier FieldChicago, IL

Jul 05

Fri · 8:00 pm

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BC Place StadiumVancouver, BC

Jul 10

Wed · 7:30 pm

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SoFi StadiumInglewood, CA

Jul 13

Sat · 7:30 pm

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SoFi StadiumInglewood, CA

Jul 17

Wed · 7:30 pm

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Levi's StadiumSanta Clara, CA

Rolling Stones Tickets From GoTickets.com

With Rolling Stones tickets in hand, you’re in for a night of bluesy grooves and rock anthems. With a catalog that spans over six decades, this legendary group never disappoints. Luckily, GoTickets can help you get to a show, and every sale comes with a satisfaction guarantee. There’s no reason to wait, so start your search for seats today!

About the Rolling Stones

With a legacy that spans generations and a dedicated fan base across the globe, the Rolling Stones are one of the most influential and iconic bands in music history. Hailing from London but inspired by American blues and rock legends, the Stones formed in 1962 and quickly gained notoriety for their raw, soulful sound and electrifying live performances. 

Over the decades, they have weathered numerous lineup changes, including the departure of guitarist and founding member Brian Jones, who chose the group’s name from the tracklist of a Muddy Waters LP lying on the floor in front of him. The song was titled after the traditional proverb, "A rolling stone gathers no moss,” and the band has certainly lived up to the name.

Mick Jagger and Keith Richards remain the band's core creative force, pushing a sound that has evolved to encompass various styles and multiple musical influences. From early blues and rock to country, reggae, and even disco, the Rolling Stones have done it all and done it well. 

They have achieved immense commercial success, with 8 #1 singles and 9 #1 albums in the United States alone, along with countless awards and accolades. They’ve earned Grammy Awards, American Music Awards, Brit Awards, and a well-deserved induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Despite their age and extensive history, The Rolling Stones show no signs of slowing down. They continue to tour globally, captivating audiences with their dynamic stage presence and timeless music. So crank up the volume and get ready for the next chapter, which is all but guaranteed to be as exhilarating and unpredictable as their past.

The Rolling Stones Setlist

When you buy tickets to see the Rolling Stones live, expect to be transported through a catalog that defies categorization. Even with a discography this diverse, they do have some standards on their setlist. These are some of the songs you're likely to hear:

  1. Jumpin’ Jack Flash

  2. Brown Sugar

  3. Honky Tonk Women

  4. Tumbling Dice

  5. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

  6. Start Me Up

  7. Sympathy for the Devil

  8. It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)

  9. You Can’t Always Get What You Want

  10. Miss You

Live Moments That Made Headlines

The Rolling Stones don’t just perform—they create moments. Their live concerts are cultural events that have mirrored society and, in some cases, have shaped it. From the rebellious energy of the 1960s to the reflective tones of the 21st century, their stage has been a platform for innovation and social commentary. These are some of their most memorable live performances: 

  • The T.A.M.I. Show Debut (October 1964): At the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, the Rolling Stones performed alongside legends like James Brown and The Beach Boys. Their energetic set marked an early step in their conquest of American pop culture.

  • Hyde Park Tribute (July 1969): The Rolling Stones played a free concert in Hyde Park, London. This emotional performance was notable for Mick Jagger's recital of Percy B. Shelley’s "Adonais" and the release of white butterflies in memory of Brian Jones.

  • Madison Square Garden Triumph (July 1972): In a series of performances at Madison Square Garden, New York, the Rolling Stones marked their return to the US stage, highlighted by a filmed interview and performance for the Dick Cavett Show.

  • Checkerboard Lounge Blues (November 1981): A historic night at Chicago's Checkerboard Lounge saw the Rolling Stones perform alongside their idol, Muddy Waters, bridging generational and stylistic gaps in a legendary blues session.

  • 50th Anniversary Celebration (November 2012): The Rolling Stones celebrated their 50th anniversary with a series of concerts, including a notable performance at the O2 Arena in London. This event was a landmark in their career, featuring guest appearances and a setlist spanning their entire history, reaffirming their status as rock legends.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do Rolling Stones concerts last?

Rolling Stones concerts typically last 2.5 hours, including 20-25 classic hits in the set, followed by 2-3 encores for maximum satisfaction. Mick Jagger's still got moves, and the band's energy is contagious!

Are Rolling Stones tickets sold out?

Even if a Rolling Stones concert has been classified as “sold out,” you might still find tickets at GoTickets.com, where trusted sellers list seats for resale and every purchase is guaranteed.

Does Rolling Stones tour?

The Rolling Stones tour and have shared the stage with phenomenal performers like the Eagles, Kendrick Lamar, Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, The Weeknd, Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen, and Elton John.

Who are Rolling Stones’s stage influences?

After 60 years, the Stones are more likely to inspire than to be influenced, but they have perfected their own interpretations of classic acts like Chuck Berry and James Brown.

What is the best place to buy Rolling Stones concert tickets?

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Are there any age restrictions for Rolling Stones concerts?

Rolling Stones concerts are generally open to all ages, although some locations may have requirements for specific areas. Check the venue’s website for the latest information on restrictions. 

Are outside food or beverages permitted inside the venue for a Rolling Stones concert?

Food and drink policies as well as other rules and restrictions vary by venue. Before packing up for your Rolling Stones concert, check the venue’s official website for information on what is and isn’t allowed.

How much are Rolling Stones tickets?

Rolling Stones ticket prices depend on factors like venue, date, location, and demand. Find current pricing at GoTickets.com, your gateway to all the hottest concerts and other events.