The Rolling Stones are teasing a U.S. tour all throughout the nation, with one metropolis on the brink of be introduced subsequent week, stories mentioned.
The band’s iconic tongue-out brand was hung at Denver’s Broncos Stadium at Mile Excessive for a day this week, making followers marvel about an look from the legendary rockers.
Jay Roberts, Broncos Stadium normal supervisor, instructed the Metropolitan Soccer Stadium District board in a Wednesday assembly that Denver is trying to host three concert events subsequent yr, Denver’s KUSA-TV reported.
“One is completed and on the brink of be introduced subsequent week, and a few individuals can guess what that’s due to a random signal that acquired held on the aspect of the constructing for at some point after which taken down,” Roberts instructed the board.
Whether or not it is going to be a farewell tour is unknown, however it’s not less than shut. Frontman Mick Jagger is 75, guitarist Keith Richards is 74, drummer Charlie Watts is 77 and bassist Ron Wooden is 71.
In New Jersey, the Rolling Stones brand popped up Thursday morning on the electrical billboard exterior MetLife Stadium, NorthJersey.com reported.
By the afternoon, nonetheless, the tongue brand was gone from the billboard, the report mentioned.
MetLife officers couldn’t be reached for remark by NorthJersey.com.
Additionally on Thursday, the world-famous band tweeted out a brief teaser video of the tongue-out brand as a dawn in entrance of the Statue of Liberty.
In Chicago, the Stones brand was printed on sidewalks throughout town.
In Seattle, a banner with the tongue-out brand was hung at CenturyLink Discipline on Friday.
Different stops mentioned to be on the band’s itinerary subsequent yr embody Miami, Jacksonville, Fla.; New Orleans, Houston, Pasadena, Calif.; and Philadelphia, the report mentioned.