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Sabaton is a Power Metal band from Falun, Sweden that have a strong lyrical fixation on war history and the nature of battle. Though the group formed in 1999, it was not until the mid 2000s that the group broke out of their cult status to reach a wider audience.
Though the band did not put out their debut album until 2005 they began recording as early as 1999. Sabaton’s recording sessions took place in The Abyss studio where noteworthy doom metal bands like Children of Bodom, Overkill and, Dispatched have recorded. The band’s recordings attracted a couple of record labels, one of them being the Italian label, Underground Symphony. This label issued the band’s first commercially distributed album, which was the 1999-2000 compilation, “Fist for Fight”. The album was largely seen as a promotional tool as it was released with the intent to get people excited about the band’s upcoming albums.
Sabaton’s first official LP was supposed to be their 2002 recorded album “[]”; however, it was shelved for 2 years and eventually discarded. The band finally put out their second album and first commercially released LP entitled “Primo Victoria”. The band signed on with the label Black Lodge for this release and would go on to put out their next album “Attero Dominatus” through this label. At this time the group recruited keyboardist Daniel Myhr for the band. This allowed the group’s previous keyboardist/singer, Joakin Broden, to take full reign over vocals.
In 2007 Sabaton released “Metalizer”, which was an accumulation of their early demo recordings and their previously unearthed debut album. The band’s follow up record was based on the book “The Art of War” by the Chinese military leader Sun Tzu. The group was increasingly getting more recognition and by 2009 they were playing festivals such as Atlanta’s ProgPowerUSA and Bloodstock ’09 in Derby. They also toured throughout Europe during this time, which included a 18 show stint in the UK supporting DragonForce. The band’s next album “Coat of Arms” came out on 2 October 2010 and peaked at No. 2 on the Swedish Albums Chart. It’s lyrics were heavily inspired by World War II and its closing track “Metal Ripper” was an instrumental piece paying tribute to a long list of the band’s musical influences.
The band experienced a crucial line-up change in 2012, with four members leaving, making singer Broden and bass player Sundström the only remaining members. The newly comprised band released “Carolus Rex” in 2012 and went on a large scale North American tour in the Spring of 2014.
Shortly afterwards Sabaton put out their commercially successful album “Heroes”, which debuted at No.1 on the Swedish Album Charts. The group has built a substantive reputation for themselves in the metal community, particularly one in their homeland in which they host their own festival. In addition to touring extensively around the globe the band also has an annual cruise called ‘Sabaton Cruise’ that embarks every November.
I attended Sabaton’s concert in the UK in 2023. The concert was amazing. The drummer (Hannes) and guitarists (Tommy, Chris, Pär) are all extremely talented. I also love Joakim’s voice. I think that Sabaton are actually even better in person!
Sabaton are very sweet people who really care about their fans and know how to interact well with their audience. The audience was encouraged to join in on songs like The Red Baron and Swedish Pagans. The talks in between songs by band members were interesting, well-humoured and friendly. They also took feedback from data they had previously collected from fans who wanted them to play older and faster songs so they played Into The Fire.
The showmanship was amazing. There were coloured lights and confetti, fire and smoke and of course the tank that Hannes sits on to play the drums. The screen behind the band made it easier to see the band but also showed cool visualisers for some songs. During some songs there were even people on stage playing some of the people from the songs, for example, there was a guy in a red plane for The Red Baron and a guy playing a scientist (Fritz Haber) for Father. For Christmas Truce everyone turned their phone lights on and it was beautiful.
When they went off the stage, there was still a lot of hype and everyone shouted “SABATON! SABATON!” and their encore was 3 songs but after that Man Of War played through the speakers when Sabaton were done performing. There was also a really amazing breakdown after the performance when they were saying goodnight before Man Of War started playing through the speakers.
Also, Sabaton have earplugs as part of their merch for only £10. They are very high quality and they made the concert not sound too loud but at the same time I could hear everything easily and the audio quality was fantastic. Also, the earplugs are very comfortable. They are also washable and reusable.
I would absolutely love to see Sabaton live again and I would highly recommend their concert for any other fans!
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"If you have ever been to a Sabaton concert you know you are going to rock out. Based out of Falun, Sweden, Sabaton is a power metal band who gets their audience energetic right from the start. Everyone was crowded in the front by the stage so we could get as close to the action as I wanted. I didn’t mind being packed tightly with my fellow concert goers as we danced and head-banged our way through each song. Being close to the front I was able to experience the thrill of the pyrotechnics used by Sabaton. The lights and fireworks are synced perfectly with the flow of their songs. \tMost of the lyrics of Sabaton’s are based on war and battle. Though they have a definite hard rock sound Joakim Broden has a very lyrical sound to his voice. As Chris Rorland and Thobbe Englund rock out on their guitars Broden’s lyrics are very fluid and melodic in many songs. The look of the band also adds to the experience. With many of them possessing a head-banger’s dream of long locks, they show you how to rock out. If you have never been into head-banging before, they will make you want to try it! The concert is non-stop rock and when it is over you will leave wanting to see them again. The energy from the band and crowd is unbeatable. One of the best metal concerts of all time!"
There is a chorus of metal hungry attendees engaged in conversation about the support acts this evening as the lights begin to fade out gradually, to the sounds of orchestral swells filling the speakers and of course this huge room. The audience’s response is that of a predominantly male cheer as if they’re about to go to battle.
On stage, appears a band from Sweden called Sabaton who kick off the evening with the sound of a very distorted guitar playing the opening bars of “No Bullets Fly” which is taken from their most recent album, “No Bullets Fly”. The reaction is a mixture of more battle cries with the movements of a circle pit beginning to take shape, sweeping people from the sidelines into it gradually getting bigger – all of which is completely encouraged by vocalist, Jaokim Broden.
Sabaton have a whole lot of material to get through this evening as they fill this set only with the very best material from their career that has, despite being fifteen years long, seen seven studio albums.
Heroes on tour, with relative dates, were announced by Sabaton and as soon I saw a concert in Milan I managed a couple of friends to come with me and we booked the tickets right away. It was an event that we couldn't miss.
The tickets came fast, February unfortunately not.
Once we were in Milan we went to Alcatraz, were Sabaton, Delain and Battle Beast played. We didn't know the building but in the end the location was very cool.
What about the concert? Simply awesome! Battle Beast started the event with power, turning on the audience. Than Delain played. When it was Sabaton's turn the crowd drove crazy.
Sabaton played with power and passion. Sound very good and the show between one song and the other very entertainfull. The big tank on stage with the drums on it fantastic idea.
Hope to have them again in Italy and really looking forwards to the next concert.
I recommend this band, no matter where they play.
This was a very nice show! I knew neither of the two acts playing before Sabaton, but they opened up well! The venue is one of the larger ones in the Netherlands, and it was completely packed with people!
First up: Twilight Force had a lot of energy and were clearly having a lot of fun on stage, with a bunch of antics while still playing good music. Their fantasy speedmetal was a nice way to get in the mood.
Next up was Accept. They had quite a large large scenery built up on stage, which was impressive and fit their more serious heavy metal.
Sabaton was a crowd success from start to finish. I don't think the audience skipped a single song for singing along! The stage was twice as large as Accept (they removed the back wall for this) and looked impressive. The band played really well and importantly played a lot of classics as well as some newer songs.
If they are in the Netherlands again, I'm definitely going again!
A great bill with Kreator opening up for Sabaton. And Kreator absolutely killed it. Great live show. The sound was fantastic and the band was tight and on point throughout. The crowd was amped, very fired up from the first note to the last. A violent pit moshed in front of the band in the strong metal venue. Kreator, one of the Teutonic Big 4, are a must see. Great live metal band.
Sabaton isn't really my style of metal, but the crowd loved them and they put on a very strong show. Very interactive with the audience, and there is plenty of fist pumping, clapping along, and singing along to the chorus.
The 2 bands together made for an awesome show.
Yesterday, I had the chance to experience Sabaton live, for the second time! First, I saw them two years ago on the festival Rock in Vienna. It was a great performance!
And yesterday, they surprised me again. It was unbelievable! The equipment was very authentical, the huge panzer in Front of the drums and the other one on the left hand side of the stage shot up. Additionally, they prepared a great fire show!
Furthermore, the audience never stopped jumping and singing, the atmosphere was awesome.
They made really funny jokes and the all time joke "noch ein Bier" must not lack.
Overall, it was a fantastic concert!
Honestly one of the best shows I've ever been to. Both Sabaton and Hammerfall killed it. Insane energy all night, with a constant pit all night long and crowdsurfers too.
Both bands sounded great live, and played a perfect mix of old and new songs. Venue was pretty solid too. A little old, but the well-sloped floor with great visibility and amazing sound made it all worth it.
Enjoyed every minute of the show. Would definitely go see them again Even got to meet, shake hands, and get photos with Hammerfall for free after the show :)
Sabaton are a really good band to see live because they really interact with the crowd or audience and they feed off the interaction. Rather than worrying about the amount of money they make and the size of the venue they care about what the crowd thinks about their music and like the crowd to be involved in the song choice. They also have a lot lf humour and despite their limited English vocabulary they are still able to communicate with the crowd. Despite their crudeness they are really friendly and passionate about their music.
Great Show,very theatrical, good pyrotechnics,amazing performance from the entire band Sabatons vocals are insanely powerful live.
Sabatons crowd makes up half the show everyone at the London show was singing along to practically every song and other fans where generally friendly.When it came to the pit it was how it should be bloody insane as a 5'3 Woman there is nothing i appreciate more than when mosh piters don't go easy on me i got bashed around like no ones business and it was fucking awesome.
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Judas Priest & Sabaton Announce Spring 2024 U.S. Tour
British metal legends Judas Priest have announced a spring 2024 U.S. tour which will find the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame -inducted band hitting the road with Swedish power metallers Sabaton as support. That run will launch in April, with artist pre-sales due to go up tomorrow, November 15th. Further pre-sale options will emerge through the week, with the general onsale lined up for this Friday, November 17th at 10:00am.
Judas Priest are slated to release their 19th studio album, “ Invincible Shield “, on March 08th. A second single from it, “ Trial By Fire “, will receive its online premiere this coming Friday, November 17th.
04/18 Wallingford, CT – Toyota Oakdale Theatre 04/19 Newark, NJ – Prudential Center 04/21 Reading, PA – Santander Arena 04/24 Bangor, ME – Cross Insurance Center 04/25 Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway 04/27 Youngstown, OH – Covelli Center 04/28 Indianapolis, IN – Everwise Amphitheater at White River 05/01 Rosemont, IL – Rosemont Theatre 05/02 Minneapolis, MN – The Armory 05/04 Kalamazoo, MI – Wings Event Center 05/05 Maryland Heights, MO – St Louis Music Park 05/07 Huntsville, AL – VBC Propst Arena 05/09 Daytona, FL – Welcome to Rockville 05/11 Alpharetta, GA – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre 05/12 Mobile, AL – Mobile Civic Center Arena 05/14 Charlotte, NC – PNC Music Pavilion 05/17 Evansville, IN – Ford Center 05/19 Washington, DC -The Theater at MGM National Harbor 05/21 Albany, NY – MVP Arena 05/22 Syracuse, NY – Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview
SABATON Shares More Details About 25th-Anniversary Celebration: 'This Is A Massive Milestone For Us'
Swedish metallers SABATON are gearing up for an epic celebration as they approach their 25-year milestone in the music industry. Founded in Falun, Sweden, in 1999, SABATON 's journey has been nothing short of legendary. Their music industry adventures have been fueled by powerful anthems, 10 studio albums, passionate historical storytelling and explosive international shows and tours, not to mention out-of-the-box initiatives and projects, all of which wouldn't have been possible without the unwavering support of their dedicated fan base across the globe.
To mark this momentous milestone, SABATON will embark on a year-long celebration. Fans around the world can look forward to a series of celebratory events and an abundance of surprises. Each month of 2024 will be dedicated to an album from SABATON 's discography, beginning with "Primo Victoria" and ending with "The War To End All Wars" . Special activities and insights will be provided to grant fans a better understanding of each studio album.
Highlights include album stories, song facts and album listening parties during which band members will reminisce on and discuss their favorite tracks, while sharing never-heard-before experiences with SABATON fans. Other exciting initiatives include fun games, contests and giveaways that will grant fans the chance to win unique prizes, as well as a limited edition 25-year anniversary merch, including some very exclusive items.
SABATON frontman Joakim Brodén expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming celebration, saying: "This is a massive milestone for us. Our fans have been with us every step of the way and we couldn't be more excited to celebrate this monumental occasion with them. We're planning some great things that we've never done before, and we're confident that 2024 will be one to remember, especially as we are heading to the studio at the beginning of next year to begin working on new music!"
SABATON bassist and manager Pär Sundström added: "It's hard to believe that a quarter of a century of us playing music and doing what we love the most has passed already. It's been one hell of a journey, that’s for sure. We sing about history, but looking back we also wrote some history. Stay tuned!"
The 25th-anniversary celebrations will also include throwback photos, videos, and behind-the-scenes glimpses into SABATON 's incredible journey, taking fans on a nostalgic trip through the band's history. Follow the band's social media channels and web site to keep up to date with the latest news and celebrations.
SABATON will enter the studio later this month to begin recording its eleventh album. The follow-up to 2022's "The War To End All Wars" is tentatively due later in 2024 via Nuclear Blast Records .
In November, Sundström confirmed to FaceCulture that he and his SABATON bandmates had been "busy" in the last few months "working on new music."
Referencing the fact that SABATON is known for its lyrics and music videos that tell the stories of real war heroes and historical battles and wars, Sundström stated about a possible lyrical direction for the band's next LP: "I'm not gonna talk about where we're gonna go. I just say, okay, we can confirm that we are moving away from the First World War and we are going somewhere else in the history, 'cause we will still sing about history. And we are very excited about the topic that we have chosen."
SABATON recently released the animated movie "The War To End All Wars" , which tells the stories from the "The War To End All Wars" album. It begins with "Sarajevo" , a song about the assassination of Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand , which sparked World War I. It ends with "Versailles" , about the 1918 Treaty Of Versailles that ended the war.
SABATON also has the Sabaton History channel on YouTube , which includes historical looks at World War II, Swedish military history and even the 1995 massacre at Srebrenica, among others.
In September 2022, SABATON announced a new EP trilogy titled "Echoes Of The Great War" . The trilogy features new songs specifically about World War I, coupled with topically related catalog music.
The last EP in the "Echoes Of The Great War" EP trilogy, "Stories From The Western Front" , was made available in April on all platforms. It features a never-heard-before cover of MOTÖRHEAD 's well-known track "1916" .
SABATON climbed the international charts with its tenth studio album, "The War To End All Wars" , securing No. 1 positions in Germany, Austria, Sweden, Poland, Hungary and Finland. Having achieved the top position for the second time in Germany, Sweden and Finland, the album peaked at No. 1 in Poland, Hungary and Austria for the first time in the band’s career. This and additional outstanding results in other territories have made "The War To End All Wars" SABATON 's most successful album so far.
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Judas Priest Announce 2024 U.S. Tour Dates With Sabaton
Heavy metal legends Judas Priest have just announced a 20-date 2024 U.S. tour in support of next year's new album, Invincible Shield . Support on the run will come from power metal icons Sabaton .
Invincible Shield will be Judas Priest's 19th studio album and is set for a March 8 release.
The band hit hard with the first single, " Panic Attack " and will follow it up with another new track, "Trial By Fire," this Friday (Nov. 17).
Just over one month after the album drops, Priest will hit the road, kicking things off in Wallingford, Connecticut on April 18, coming to a close back in the northeast in Syracuse, New York on May. 22
See all of the scheduled dates further down the page.
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A pre-sale will begin on Nov. 15 with the general on-sale starting on Nov. 17 at 10AM local time.
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April 18 – Wallingford, Ct. @ Toyota Oakdale Theatre April 19 – Newark, N.J. @ Prudential Center April 21 – Reading, Penn. @ Santander Arena April 24 – Bangor, Maine @ Cross Insurance Center April 25 – Boston, Mass. @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway April 27 - Youngstown, Ohio @ Covelli Center* April 28 – Indianapolis, Ind. @ Everwise Amphitheater at White River May 01 – Rosemont, Ill. @ Rosemont Theatre May 02 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ The Armory May 4 - Kalamazoo, Mich. @ Wings Event Center* May 05 – Maryland Heights, Mo. @ St Louis Music Park May 07 - Huntsville, Ala. @ VBC Propst Arena* May 09 - Daytona, Fla. @ Welcome to Rockville^ May 11 – Alpharetta, Ga. @ Ameris Bank Amphitheatre May 12 - Mobile, Ala. @ Mobile Civic Center Arena* May 14 – Charlotte, N.C. @ PNC Music Pavilion May 17 - Evansville, Ind. @ Ford Center* May 19 – Washington, D.C. @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor May 21 – Albany, N.Y. @ MVP Arena May 22 – Syracuse, N.Y. @ Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview *Not a Live Nation Date ^Festival Performance
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Following the release of their tenth studio album https://www.nuclearblast.com/uk/sabaton-the-war-to-end-all-wars-green-vinyl-lp-gruen-305466 , SABATON come up with a huge announcement today: Spring 2023 will see the band touring across Europe on the eagerly awaited re-scheduled tour: "The Tour To End All Tours".
Starting in Leeds on April 14th, the tour will bring SABATON to 21 cities in 14 countries. SABATON will present their biggest and most spectacular show till date in Europe's largest arenas. Fans can be assured that the band will write history with the ground-breaking live shows on "The Tour To End All Tours" . Support acts will be announced at a later point.
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Judas Priest sets spring 2024 U.S. tour with Sabaton
Judas Priest, with special guest Sabaton, will bring its Invincible Shield Tour to the United States in spring 2024. Produced by Live Nation, the 14-show run will kick off April 18 in Wallingford, Connecticut.
Tickets will be available starting with an artist pre-sale on Wednesday, Nov. 15. Additional pre-sales will run throughout the week ahead of the general on-sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 17, at judaspriestinvincibleshield.com .
Also on Nov. 17, Judas Priest will release “ Trial by Fire ,” the second song to be shared from its upcoming album, “Invincible Shield” (March 8, 2024, Epic Records; pre-order here ), following the lead single “Panic Attack.”
Thu Apr 18 – Wallingford, CT – Toyota Oakdale Theatre Fri Apr 19 – Newark, NJ – Prudential Center Sun Apr 21 – Reading, PA – Santander Arena Wed Apr 24 – Bangor, ME – Cross Insurance Center Thu Apr 25 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway Sat Apr 27 – Youngstown, OH – Covelli Center* Sun Apr 28 – Indianapolis, IN – Everwise Amphitheater at White River Wed May 01 – Rosemont, IL – Rosemont Theatre Thu May 02 – Minneapolis, MN – The Armory Sat May 4 – Kalamazoo, MI – Wings Event Center Sun May 05 – Maryland Heights, MO – St Louis Music Park Tue May 07 – Huntsville, AL – VBC Propst Arena* Thu May 09 – Daytona, FL – Welcome to Rockville^ Sat May 11 – Alpharetta, GA – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre Sun May 12 – Mobile, AL – Mobile Civic Center Arena* Tue May 14 – Charlotte, NC – PNC Music Pavilion Fri May 17 – Evansville, IN – Ford Center* Sun May 19 – Washington, DC –The Theater at MGM National Harbor Tue May 21 – Albany, NY – MVP Arena Wed May 22 – Syracuse, NY – Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview
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Justin Timberlake's 2024 tour adds 8 new concerts: What to know about cities, tickets, presale
You now more chances to see Justin Timberlake live.
The singer has added additional U.S. dates to his world tour after announcing the first leg of The Forget Tomorrow World Tour during an appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon " in January, his first tour in five years. The initial North American leg is set to kick off April 29 in Vancouver, Canada, and included stops in cities in the U.S., Europe and the U.K., ending in July at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky.
The second leg of the tour from the "Mirrors" singer will restart this fall and include eight new shows in the U.S. and Canada. Here's where else Timberlake is expected to visit on The Forget Tomorrow World Tour.
New Justin Timberlake tour dates
- Oct. 7: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
- Oct 8: Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey
- Oct. 13: Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C.
- Oct. 17: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto
- Oct. 21: KeyBank Center, Buffalo, New York
- Oct. 23: Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio
- Oct. 27: United Center, Chicago
- Nov. 16: State Farm Arena, Atlanta
Timberlake announced the news on X, along with a full list of all tour dates:
What to know about tickets, presale times
Presale tickets, which include the LiveNation, Venue and VIP Packages will begin starting Thursday at 10 a.m. local time. The Verizon Up Select Seats and the Citi Cardmember Preferred Ticket presale began Tuesday and will end Thursday at 5 p.m. ET, according to Ticketmaster .
Tickets for the general public go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. local time.
Tickets for the previously announced shows on The Forget Tomorrow World Tour are currently available for purchase .
Santana tour 2024: How to get tickets to see him and Counting Crows live
- Updated: Feb. 21, 2024, 9:16 a.m. |
- Published: Feb. 21, 2024, 9:05 a.m.
Santana will go on tour with Counting Crows in 2024, and the tour will begin on June 14 in Florida. Photo by Bobby Olivier - The Star-Ledger
- Nicole Iuzzolino | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Two legends will be taking over one stage for a set of tour dates this summer.
Carlos Santana and Counting Crows will begin their joint “Oneness Tour” on June 14 in Hollywood, Fla. and will wrap up on Sept. 2 in Phoenix .
While on tour, the rock band and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist will perform two shows in New Jersey; one on June 21 in Camden at the Freedom Mortgage Pavilion and one on July 19 in Holmdel at PNC Bank Arts .
Fans can expect to hear hits from Santana’s “Supernatural” album and music from Counting Crows’ “Butter Miracle, Suite One” album.
How to get Santana tickets in 2024
Tickets to see Santana and Counting Crows live are available on StubHub , Vivid Seats , TicketNetwork , TicketCity and Ticketmaster .
The cheapest ticket we could find for their Camden show, before fees, is $35 on StubHub and for their Holmdel show the cheapest ticket is $51 on Vivid Seats .
First-time Vivid Seats users can save $20 on ticket orders over $200 by entering promo code NJ20 at checkout.
A complete list of Santana and Counting Crows’ “Oneness Tour” dates is available here .
Upcoming tours heading to PNC Bank Arts Center in 2024
Santana and Counting Crows are not the only artists performing at PNC Bank Arts Center this summer.
Here are a few more shows you do not want to miss: Bret Michaels , Creed , Avril Lavigne , Bush and Train .
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The Rolling Stones tour 2024 tickets: Schedule, dates, cities, cheapest price for Hackney Diamonds
Touring 60 years after releasing your first album is something only The Rolling Stones could do.
The legendary British rock band is still alive seven decades after they began. They released their 31st album last year, their first since 2016. and are about to take off on yet another tour, their first in two years. The Rolling Stones, now made up of just Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, will visit 19 cities across the US and Canada to celebrate Hackney Diamonds .
According to the Rolling Stones' website , fans can expect the band to play some of their most popular songs, such as "Start Me Up," "Gimme Shelter," "Jumpin' Jack Flash and "Satisfaction."
The show begins on April 28 in Houston, Texas, and includes a stop for the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. The Hackney Diamonds tour concludes July 17 in Santa Clara, California. Tickets for every stop on tour are available to purchase on StubHub.
Here's everything you need to know to see The Rolling Stones perform live in 2024, including full tour dates and ticket information.
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The Rolling Stones tickets for 2024 tour
Tickets for The Rolling Stones tour have been on sale for months. For those who have yet to snag the chance to see the band, plenty are available on StubHub for all their shows.
The cheapest tickets right now for The Rolling Stones' opening show at NRG Stadium in Houston are going for $86.
It should come at no surprise that due to the band's popularity, they will be playing in football stadiums that can hold up to 80,000 people. So yes, if you want to see the Rolling Stones, chances are you can still find some seats .
The Rolling Stones 2024 tour schedule
The Rolling Stones kick off their tour in Houston on April 28 before heading to New Orleans for Day 5 of the Jazz & Heritage Festival .
The Hackney Diamonds tour is the band's first roadshow in two years. They visited 14 cities across Europe in June and July of 2022.
Here's a complete list of The Rolling Stones' 2024 tour dates .
*New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
The Rolling Stones Hackney Diamonds tracklist
Hackney Diamonds is the band's 31st studio album, including both US and UK releases. It was released on Oct. 20, 2023, and is their first album since 2016. A Rolling Stones album is rare nowadays, as the band has released just three in the 21st century. Still, Hackney Diamonds was a hit and became certified gold in many countries.
The band released "Angry," "Sweet Sounds of Heaven" (featuring Lady Gaga) and "Mess It Up" ass the record's singles. The album contains appearances from Lady Gaga, bands members Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts and fellow British icons Elton John and Paul McCartney.
- "Get Close" (featuring Elton John)
- "Depending on You"
- "Bite My Head Off" (featuring Paul McCartney)
- "Whole Wide World"
- "Dreamy Skines"
- "Mess It Up"
- "Live by the Sword" (featuring Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts and Elton John)
- "Driving Me Too Hard"
- "Tell Me Straight"
- "Sweet Sounds of Heaven" (featuring Lady Gaga)
- "Rolling Stone Blues"
The Rolling Stones New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival performers
The Rolling Stones are headlining the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage festival lineup. They perform Thursday, May 2, but the festival takes place over eight days, meaning it's packed to the brim with performers.
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The main acts will be performing different days, and they will be supported but countless smaller, local artists. Here's a lineup of the main musicians that will perform at the festival.
- The Rolling Stones
- Foo Fighters
- Chris Stapleton
- Neil Young and Crazy Horse
- The Killers
- Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals
- Jon Batiste
- Queen Latifah
- Vampire Weekend
- Greta Van Fleet
- Widespread Panic
- Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
- Bonnie Raitt
- Earth, Wind & Fire
- Celebrating Jimmy Buffett with the Coral Reefer Band
- The Revivalists
- The Beach Boys