The Rolling Stones will embark on a European tour this summer, playing stadiums and arenas, to mark their 60th anniversary as a band, the British rockers announced on Monday.
Titled “SIXTY”, the 14-show tour will kick off in Madrid on June 1 and visit 10 countries in total, including Britain.
The band will perform at Liverpool’s Anfield stadium, their first gig in the British city for over 50 years, as well as two gigs at London’s Hyde Park.
Frontman Mick Jagger, 78, and guitarists Keith Richards, 78, and Ronnie Wood, 74, will be joined by drummer Steve Jordan for the tour. Stones drummer Charlie Watts, who joined the band in 1963, died aged 80 last year.
“Looking forward to seeing you all this summer!” Jagger wrote on Twitter, alongside a video of the band performing live over the decades.
The set list will include Stones classics such as “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” and “Paint It Black”, among others, as well as a “selection of unexpected tracks” from their extensive catalog of music, according to a Press release. . The tour will also have a new staging.
The Stones, who completed the North American leg of their “No Filter” tour in November, will also play in Munich, Amsterdam, Bern, Milan, Brussels, Vienna, Paris and Stockholm.