The Rolling Stones would start the second leg of their North American tour on September 20.
Now that guitarist Keith Richards has recovered from a head injury, The Rolling Stones is more than ready to head back to US for the sake of their "Bigger Bang" tour. And thus the music act announced, Tuesday July 25th, a string of 17 U.S. and Canadian concerts for the fall.
The rockers further said they would start the second leg of their North American tour on September 20 in Boston and finish in Los Angeles on November 18. The tour's stops will among others include Las Vegas; Missoula, Montana; Atlantic City, New Jersey; Austin and El Paso in Texas; Oakland, California; Glendale, Arizona; and Vancouver, British Columbia.
The bands filling the support slots on the upcoming leg have yet to be announced but the band promised "young, contemporary opening acts". Tickets prices average $89 for stadium shows, while those attending arena gigs can expect to fork out roughly $99. Approximately 200 tickets at each venue will be for onstage seats.