Are The Rolling Stones embarking on a North American tour this summer? It’s not official, but all signs point to the iconic rockers heading back out on the road in June and July.
The quartet recently met in New York City multiple times to discuss the future of the band, with touring intentions at the forefront of the conversation. WOMC’s Jim Johnson held an interview with guitarist Ron Wood, who confirmed that tour plans were being finalized during the Big Apple meetings.
The Stones last toured North America in 2013 as part of its “50 & Counting” Tour. Rolling Stones tickets on TicketIQ averaged at $707.24 on the secondary market over the leg’s 18 shows, with the group’s most expensive stop at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center ($1,079.13/avg.).
While no official dates have been announced just yet, it’s likely that Rolling Stones fans will have the opportunity to see the band take the stage across the U.S. and Canada in the coming months. Stay tuned for an official announcement, which is sure to be made in the coming weeks.