After being forced to postpone their tour for medical reasons, The Rolling Stone plan to start up their No Filter North American Tour June 21 in Chicago, Illinois.
The Rolling Stones, who were originally set to play State Farm Stadium May 7, will now play in Glendale August 26.
All cities from the previously postponed shows have been rescheduled, and the band confirmed on Twitter that the shows are “locked in.”
Tickets sold for the original date will be honored, and the band announced on social media and that “fans do not need to exchange their tickets. Those who cannot attend the re-scheduled date can refund their tickets by accessing their Ticketmaster account.”
For transferred tickets, the refund will go to the fan who originally bought the tickets, once they have been transferred back.
The band was forced to postpone the tour after lead singer Mick Jagger underwent surgery to replace a heart valve.
At the time of the announcement, Jagger shared on social media, “I really hate letting you down like this. I am devastated for having to postpone the tour, but I will be working very hard to be back on stage as soon as I can.”
A statement by the Stones surrounding the March postponement said, “Mick Jagger has been advised by doctors that he cannot go on tour at this time as he needs medical treatment.
“The doctors have advised Mick that he is expected to make a complete recovery so that he can get back on stage as soon as possible.”
Jagger recently showcased himself dancing in a video sent to fans to show he was preparing for the rescheduled dates.
The Stones’ No Filter tour will now kick off in Chicago with two shows, June 21 and June 25, then head for Ontario on June 29. The Canada show will be followed by shows in Washington, D.C.; Foxboro; East Rutherford; Philadelphia; Houston; Jacksonville; a new show in New Orleans; Denver; Seattle; Santa Clara; Pasadena; Glendale and Miami.
This will be the Stones’ first stop in Arizona in nearly 13 years, when they played the first official show at then University of Phoenix Stadium November 8, 2006.
The Rolling Stones — consisting of Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood — have been together for over 57 years, and have produced some of the most well-known songs in rock ‘n’ roll, including “Sympathy for the Devil,” “Satisfaction,” “Start Me Up,” “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” and “Ruby Tuesday.”