Rolling Stones Biography
One of the most popular live acts of all time, The Rolling Stones tickets are considered a must-have item whenever their classic rock n’roll show strolls into town. Formed in 1962 by core members Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, the iconic outfit were presented by manager Andrew Loog Oldham as the cooler and more dangerous alternative to The Beatles thanks to their bad boy image and primitive blues-rock sound. Initially focusing on covers of Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters and Buddy Holly classics with their early records, they scored three UK chart-toppers before landing their first transatlantic number one in 1965 with the Jagger/Richards-penned “Satisfaction,” a track which cemented one of the most celebrated song-writing partnerships in pop history. The pair continued to enjoy similar success with the likes of “Paint It Black,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” and “Sympathy For The Devil” and although various drug scandals and the double tragedy of their infamous Altamont Speedway gig and the death of guitarist Brian Jones briefly threatened to derail their career, they then went onto consecutively produce their three most iconic albums, Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers and Exile On Main St. Following The Faces’ guitarist Ronnie Wood’s appointment in the mid-70s, The Rolling Stones tickets for the Tour of the Americas and US Tour 1978 sold out instantly, further establishing the band’s position as a huge live draw. Proving they were still relevant during the advent of the punk scene, they continued to amass huge hits on both sides of the Atlantic (“Miss You,” “Start Me Up”), and although they focused more on their various solo careers throughout the 80s, they finished the decade on a high when they were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. The 90s saw them embark on their mammoth 108-date Bridges To Babylon tour, enter at the UK No.1 spot for the first time in 14 years with 1994’s critically-acclaimed Voodoo Lounge, and become the first ever band to broadcast a gig over the Internet. 2005’s A Bigger Bang is their only studio effort in the 21st Century so far, but they continue to break records as a live act, with the album’s tour becoming the second highest-grossing of all time. After a five-year absence, The Rolling Stones tickets went on sale again in 2012 for two dates at London’s 02 Arena and two shows at New Jersey’s Prudential Center.
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Rolling Stones 2015 Zip Code Tour Dates
5/24 – San Diego, CA @ Petco Park
5/30 – Columbus, OH @ Ohio Stadium
6/3 – Minneapolis, MN @ TCF Bank Stadium
6/6 – Dallas, TX @ AT&T Stadium
6/9 – Atlanta, GA @ Bobby Dodd Stadium
6/12 – Orlando, FL @ Orlando Citrus Bowl
6/17 – Nashville, TN @ LP Field
6/20 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Field
6/23 – Milwaukee, WI @ Summerfest / Marcus Amphitheater
6/27 – Kansas City, MO @ Arrowhead Stadium
7/1 – Raleigh, NC @ Carter-Finley Stadium
7/4 – Indianapolis, IN @ Indianapolis Motor Speedway
7/8 – Detroit, MI @ Comerica Park
7/11 – Buffalo, NY @ Ralph Wilson Stadium
7/15 – Quebec, QC @ Le Festival D’Été de Québec
Rolling Stones Videos
Rolling Stones Discography
1964 - The Rolling Stones (UK)
1964 - 12 x 5
1965 - The Rolling Stones No. 2
1965 - The Rolling Stones, Now!
1965 - Out of Our Heads
1965 - December’s Children (And Everybody’s)
1966 - Aftermath
1967 - Between the Buttons
1967 - Their Satanic Majesties Request
1968 - Beggars Banquet
1969 - Let it Bleed
1971 - Sticky Fingers
1972 - Exile on Main St.
1973 - Goats Head Soup
1974 - It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll
1976 - Black and Blue
1978 - Some Girls
1980 - Emotional Release
1981 - Tattoo You
1983 - Undercover
1986 - Dirty Work
1989 - Steel Wheels
1994 - Voodoo Lounge
1997 - Bridges to Babylon
2005 - A Bigger Bang
Rolling Stones News
5-20-15: The Rolling Stones had plenty of news on Tuesday, announcing more than a half-dozen artists that will open shows along their monumental Zip Code Tour this summer. The iconic quartet, who hit the road this Sunday with a show at Petco Park in San Diego, has called upon the likes of Gary Clark, Jr., Kid Rock, Ed Sheeran, Brad Paisley and the Avett Brothers for support, to name a few. Clark, Jr. starts it up at Petco Park and will hand the opening act torch to Kid Rock for a show at Ohio Stadium on May 30. Grace Potter then gets the nod for a pair of shows at TCF Bank Stadium on June 3 and AT&T Stadium on June 6. Country star Brad Paisley performs at Nashville’s LP Field on June 17 and will be followed by Brit pop singer Ed Sheeran on June 27 at Arrowhead Stadium. The Avett Brothers will be on hand for a July 1 gig at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, followed by a final performance by Walk The Moon on July 8 at Comerica Park in Detroit.
5-19-15: The Rolling Stones are just about ready to kick off their Zip Code Tour, but they still have a few surprises up their sleeves. The band announced that The Avett Brothers will be a special guest for the July 1 show at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Concord, North Carolina natives will open for the legendary rock band in their home state. The current average price for Rolling Stones tickets in Raleigh is $382, the third most expensive show of the tour. The Avett Brothers are the first special guests to be announced for the Zip Code Tour, though many guests were common during the band’s 50 & Counting Tour in 2013.
5-18-15: The Rolling Stones will kick off their Zip Code Tour at Petco Park in San Diego this Sunday. The band’s 15-city show is slated to run through mid-July, and the average price for Rolling Stones tickets over their two-month tour is $293.48 on the secondary market. The iconic group’s first gig on Sunday currently owns a secondary ticket average of $737.28 on the secondary market, making it the most expensive show of tour. The cheapest available ticket for the show is priced at $212. Conversely, the band’s cheapest show will be on July 8 at Comerica Park in Detroit, where tickets average at $202.23 and get-in price is $92.
5-14-15: 10 days separate the Rolling Stones from kicking off their Zip Code Tour at Petco Park. The band currently owns an average price of $295.65 on the secondary market over its 15-date tour. The most expensive date will be its opening date in San Diego next Sunday. The secondary average for that show is $660 and the cheapest available ticket is $193. Conversely, the cheapest date of tour will be held on July 8 at Comerica Park in Detroit, where tickets average at $205.28 and get-in price is $89.
5-13-15: On the 50th anniversary of the recording of "Satisfaction", The Rolling Stones are a bit more than a week away from kicking off their Zip Code tour. Tickets are averaging $297.77 on the secondary market for this legendary tour.
5-11-15: The Rolling Stones will officially kick off the 2015 Zip Code Tour in two weeks at Petco Park in San Diego. According to TiqIQ, the average price for Rolling Stones tickets for the band’s first show is $622.01 on the secondary market, easily making it the most expensive show of the 15-city tour. The band will make its next top-priced stop on June 9 at Bobby Dodd Stadium. That show owns a secondary average of $408.65. Over the two-month tour, the iconic group currently sees a tour average of $297.56.
5-8-15: The Rolling Stones are set to begin the Zip Code Tour on May 24 at Petco Park in San Diego. The band will make 15 stadium stops through mid-July, including shows at Ohio Stadium, AT&T Stadium, LP Field, Comerica Park and Ralph Wilson Stadium. Over the 2-month engagement, the average price for Rolling Stones tickets is $300.55. The band’s top-priced show will be its opening date on May 24 at Petco Park, where tickets currently average at $592.33 and get-in price starts at $203. The cheapest date will be a July 4 gig at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. That show sees a secondary average of $196.07 and the cheapest ticket is $59.
5-6-15: The Rolling Stones are still going strong touring all over the world and now will come back to the States for the North American leg part of their tour with their first show scheduled to take place at Petco Park in San Diego on May 24.