Legendary rockers The Rolling Stones announced the rescheduled dates for their 2019 North American Tour. The band postponed the tour to allow frontman Mick Jagger time to recover from heart valve replacement surgery. All of the cities previously expected to host concerts will welcome The Stones as part of the 17-show tour.
The Rolling Stones are now slated to kick off the tour on June 21 and 25 at Soldier Field in Chicago. From there, the band plays Burl’s Creek in Ontario on June 29. It’s then back to the states for concerts in Washington D.C., Foxboro (Massachusetts), New Orleans, Jacksonville, Philadelphia, Houston, East Rutherford (New Jersey), Denver and Seattle. The tour includes two stops in California before the band visits Glendale, Arizona and ends the tour in Miami on August 31.
Tickets for the original date will be honored at the rescheduled ones. Fans do not need to exchange their tickets. Refunds will be available for ticketholders who can’t attend the rescheduled date. The New Orleans date is a new one as The Rolling Stones were originally supposed to perform at Jazz Fest. As such, tickets to the show at Mercedes-Benz Superdome go on sale Friday, May 31 at 10 a.m. CT.