The Rolling Stones Announce 16-City ‘Hackney Diamonds’ Tour — Sponsored by AARP

Rolling Stones Hackney Diamonds tour
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The Rolling Stones announce a 16-city tour sponsored by AARP to support their latest album, Hackney Diamonds.

The Rolling Stones have announced a brand-new tour sponsored by AARP, taking them back on the road across 16 North American cities to support their new album, Hackney Diamonds. Fans can expect to hear the Stones’ biggest hits, including “Start Me Up,” “Gimme Shelter,” “Satisfaction,” and more, as well as deep cuts and music from their latest album.

The Rolling Stones Hackney Diamonds Tour ‘24


  • 28 | NRG Stadium — Houston, TX


  • 02 | New Orleans Jazz Fest — New Orleans, LA
  • 07 | State Farm Stadium — Glendale, AZ
  • 11 | Allegiant Stadium — Las Vegas, NV
  • 15 | Lumen Field — Seattle, WA
  • 23 | MetLife Stadium — East Rutherford, NJ
  • 30 | Gillette Stadium — Foxboro, MA


  • 03 | Camping World Stadium — Orlando, FL
  • 07 | Mercedes-Benz Stadium — Atlanta, GA
  • 11 | Lincoln Financial Field — Philadelphia, PA
  • 15 | Cleveland Browns Stadium — Cleveland, OH
  • 20 | Empower Field at Mile High — Denver, CO
  • 27 | Soldier Field — Chicago, IL


  • 05 | BC Place — Vancouver, BC
  • 10 | SoFi Stadium — Los Angeles, CA
  • 17 | Levi’s Stadium — Santa Clara, CA

The follow-up to the band’s 2022 tour, the Stones have been touring consistently since the passing of drummer Charlie Watts in 2021, shortly after he turned 80. The remaining members are now in their 80s or fast approaching them, but the legendary band shows no signs of slowing down.

Fabulous frontman Mick Jagger celebrated turning 80 this year, while his Glimmer Twin, guitarist Keith Richards, isn’t far behind at 79. Ronnie Wood is the youngest of the group at 76, while the group’s original bass player, Bill Wyman, is now 86. Steve Jordan, who first played drums in Charlie Watts’ stead during the group’s No Filter tour in 2021, is a relatively young 66.

They’ve also partnered with Major League Baseball for some exclusive album pressings of Hackney Diamonds featuring specific team colors. Always savvy marketers, these partnerships and sponsorships from MLB and AARP make sense.