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The No Filter Tour is a European/North American concert tour by The Rolling Stones which began on 9 September 2017 in Hamburg, Germany and was set to conclude on 29 June 2019 in Oro-Medonte, Ontario, before the North American leg had to be postponed. The tour dates were rescheduled late that May and the tour is now set to conclude on August 2019.

No Filter Tour
Tour by The Rolling Stones
No Filter Tour Official Poster.jpg
Promotional poster
Start date9 September 2017
End date31 August 2019
Legs3
No. of shows45
Attendance1,506,259[1][2]
Box office$237.8 million[1][2]
The Rolling Stones concert chronology
  • Fall 2016 US Tour
  • No Filter Tour (2017-19)

Contents

OverviewEdit

The No Filter Tour was announced on 9 May 2017, with fourteen shows in twelve different venues across Europe in September and October of the same year.[3] On 26 February 2018, fourteen new dates were added throughout Europe and the UK.[4][5] With an overall attendance of 1,506,259 fans grossing $237.8 million,[1][2] the tour was one of the most commercially successful concert tours of 2017 and 2018. The North American leg of the tour was officially announced on 19 November 2018 and was set to play 17 shows across the US and one in Canada, beginning on 20 April 2019 in Miami, Florida.

On 30 March 2019, it was announced that Mick Jagger would be receiving treatment for an unspecified medical condition (later revealed as surgery to replace a valve in his heart), forcing The Rolling Stones to postpone the 17-date North American leg of the tour.[6] The procedure took place on 5 April 2019 in New York, with Jagger expected to make a full recovery and return to touring in summer 2019.[7] On 2 April 2019, it was also announced that (although the main shows of the tour would all be rescheduled) the band's headline performance at the New Orleans Jazz Festival had been cancelled, with organisers seeking a replacement.[8] Fleetwood Mac were initially announced as the replacement for the Rolling Stones, but they too had to pull out of the festival because Stevie Nicks had contracted the flu, and both bands were ultimately replaced in the lineup by Widespread Panic.[9]

On 4 April 2019, it was announced that Jagger had completed his heart valve procedure in New York, was recovering (in hospital) after a successful operation on his heart, was in great health, was getting some rest and could be released in the following few days.[10][11] On 16 May, the Rolling Stones announced that No Filter Tour would resume on 21 June with the 17 postponed dates rescheduled up to the end of August.[12]

Set listEdit

Song statisticsEdit

Tour datesEdit

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening act and tickets sold
Date City Country Venue Opening act(s) Attendance Gross
Europe
9 September 2017 Hamburg Germany Stadtpark Kaleo 81,193 / 81,193 $11,954,300
12 September 2017 Munich Olympiastadion 72,637 / 72,637 $11,792,289
16 September 2017 Spielberg Austria Red Bull Ring Kaleo
John Lee Hooker Jr.
95,004 / 95,004 $11,202,349
20 September 2017 Zürich Switzerland Letzigrund The Struts 48,963 / 48,963 $10,304,275
23 September 2017 Lucca Italy Mura Storiche 55,604 / 55,604 $7,618,277
27 September 2017 Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys Los Zigarros 58,622 / 58,622 $8,769,703
30 September 2017 Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Arena De Staat 54,791 / 54,791 $8,762,079
3 October 2017 Copenhagen Denmark Telia Parken Rival Sons 47,002 / 47,002 $8,510,736
9 October 2017 Düsseldorf Germany Esprit Arena 43,295 / 43,295 $8,487,199
12 October 2017 Stockholm Sweden Friends Arena Hellacopters 53,770 / 53,770 $7,880,697
15 October 2017 Arnhem Netherlands GelreDome Leon Bridges 35,338 / 35,338 $6,146,461
19 October 2017 Nanterre France U Arena Cage the Elephant 109,126 / 109,126 $18,529,324
22 October 2017
25 October 2017
17 May 2018 Dublin Ireland Croke Park The Academic 64,823 / 64,823 $8,771,102
22 May 2018 London England London Stadium Liam Gallagher 137,475 / 137,475 $20,496,695
25 May 2018 Florence and the Machine
29 May 2018 Southampton St. Mary's Stadium The Vaccines 26,582 / 26,582 $3,676,860
2 June 2018 Coventry Ricoh Arena The Specials 31,599 / 31,599 $4,120,042
5 June 2018 Manchester Old Trafford Richard Ashcroft 46,898 / 46,898 $7,321,969
9 June 2018 Edinburgh Scotland Murrayfield Stadium 54,221 / 54,221 $8,187,100
15 June 2018 Cardiff Wales Principality Stadium Elbow 48,716 / 48,716 $6,635,778
19 June 2018 London England Twickenham Stadium James Bay 55,000 / 55,000 $11,105,252
22 June 2018 Berlin Germany Olympiastadion The Kooks 67,295 / 67,295 $12,113,470
26 June 2018 Marseille France Stade Vélodrome The Glorious Sons 57,409 / 57,409 $9,591,041
30 June 2018 Stuttgart Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena The Kooks 43,291 / 43,291 $8,785,685
4 July 2018 Prague Czech Republic Letňany Gotthard
Prazsky vyber
65,250 / 65,250 $8,674,940
8 July 2018 Warsaw Poland PGE Narodowy Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue 52,355 / 52,355 $8,364,676
North America[a]
20 April 2019 Miami Gardens United States Hard Rock Stadium
24 April 2019 Jacksonville TIAA Bank Field
28 April 2019 Houston NRG Stadium
2 May 2019 New Orleans Jazz Festival
7 May 2019 Glendale State Farm Stadium
11 May 2019 Pasadena Rose Bowl
18 May 2019 Santa Clara Levi's Stadium
22 May 2019 Seattle CenturyLink Field
26 May 2019 Denver Broncos Stadium at Mile High
31 May 2019 Landover FedExField
4 June 2019 Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field
8 June 2019 Foxborough Gillette Stadium
13 June 2019 East Rutherford MetLife Stadium
17 June 2019
21 June 2019 Chicago United States Soldier Field St. Paul and the Broken Bones
25 June 2019 Whiskey Myers
29 June 2019 Oro-Medonte Canada Canada Rocks at Burl's Creek Event Grounds The Beaches
The Glorious Sons[16]
3 July 2019 Landover United States FedExField Ghost Hounds
7 July 2019 Foxborough Gillette Stadium Gary Clark Jr
15 July 2019
(Rescheduled from 14 July
due to Hurricane Barry)
New Orleans Mercedes-Benz Superdome Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk
The Soul Rebels
19 July 2019 Jacksonville TIAA Bank Field The Revivalists
23 July 2019 Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field Des Rocs
27 July 2019 Houston NRG Stadium Bishop Gunn
1 August 2019 East Rutherford MetLife Stadium The Wombats
5 August 2019 Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real
10 August 2019 Denver Broncos Stadium at Mile High Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats
14 August 2019 Seattle CenturyLink Field Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real
18 August 2019 Santa Clara Levi's Stadium Vista Kicks
22 August 2019 Pasadena Rose Bowl Kaleo
26 August 2019 Glendale State Farm Stadium
31 August 2019 Miami Gardens Hard Rock Stadium Juanes
TOTAL 1,506,259 / 1,506,259 $237,802,299

PhotosEdit

 
The venue of the opening concert in Hamburg Stadtpark before the show.
 
Stage at Hamburg Stadtpark shortly before the concert.

PersonnelEdit

The Rolling StonesEdit

Additional musiciansEdit

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ All the North American dates were postponed from their original events due to Mick Jagger recovering from a heart procedure[15]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "2017 Year-End Top 20 Worldwide Tours" (PDF). Pollstar. 15 January 2018. Retrieved 5 July 2019.
  2. ^ a b c "2018 Mid-Year Top 100 Worldwide Tours" (PDF). Pollstar. 24 July 2017. Retrieved 5 July 2019.
  3. ^ "Stones - No filter - European Tour". rollingstones.com. Retrieved 31 October 2017.
  4. ^ "Rolling Stones Announce Summer Tour Dates: 'We Haven't Finished Yet'". Variety. 26 February 2018. Retrieved 27 February 2018.
  5. ^ "Rolling Stones Extend 'No Filter' Tour With New U.K., European Shows". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 27 February 2018.
  6. ^ Kreps, Daniel (30 March 2019). "Rolling Stones Postpone North American Tour as Mick Jagger Gets Medical Treatment". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 30 March 2019.
  7. ^ Kreps, Daniel (2 April 2019). "Mick Jagger: Heart Surgery Postponed Rolling Stones Tour / Singer to undergo procedure this week; full recovery expected". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  8. ^ Savage, Mark (2 April 2019). "Rolling Stones tour 'to resume in July'". BBC Music (Entertainment & Arts). Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  9. ^ "Widespread Panic Replaces Fleetwood Mac (Who Replaced the Rolling Stones) at Jazz Fest". Billboard. Retrieved 9 May 2019.
  10. ^ Brooks, Dave (4 April 2019). "Mick Jagger Undergoes Successful Heart Valve Procedure". Metro. UK. Retrieved 5 April 2019.
  11. ^ Dosani, Rishma (5 April 2019). "Mick Jagger 'recovering in hospital after successful heart surgery' as Rolling Stones postpone tour". Metro. UK. Retrieved 5 April 2019.
  12. ^ Greene, Andy (16 May 2019). "Rolling Stones Announce Rescheduled Dates For 2019 'No Filter' Tour". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 19 May 2019.
  13. ^ "The Rolling Stones No Filter Setlist". Stadium Help. Retrieved 24 June 2019.
  14. ^ "The Rolling Stones Tour Statistics: No Filter". setlist.fm. Retrieved 9 July 2018.
  15. ^ Kaufman, Gil (16 May 2019). "Rolling Stones Announce Rescheduled North American Tour Dates". Billboard. Retrieved 3 July 2019.
  16. ^ "Rolling Stones put Canada Day weekend show back on tour schedule". CTV News. 16 May 2019. Retrieved 5 July 2019.

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