The Rolling Stones 2018 No Filter Tour
If you're in love with The Rolling Stones as much as we are and want to see them "Paint it Black", we come bearing good news - The British megaband will be touring the world in 2018! Being one of the biggest names in rock, The Rolling Stones tickets are likely to disappear in the blink of an eye, as their fans often embark on pilgrimages from all four corners of the world to see the 60s superstars perform.
Already industry insiders are anticipating the 2018 No Filter tour as one of the most extravagant shows to take place, despite the fact that few details have been spared. With sold-out live shows at some of the biggest venues on the planet, StubHub strongly recommends that you buy The Rolling Stones tickets quickly. Sellers can also take advantage of our e-platform and sell any spare concert tickets.
Top albums and songs
After 56 prolific years in the music industry, The Rolling Stones have amassed so many top-chart hits that it's hard to choose the best from their 29 studio albums and 109 singles! In fact, the band themselves released the book The Rolling Stones: 50, which precisely takes fans all the way back to their origins and through their thrilling journey.
The Stones' musical style has constantly evolved, with their discography featuring traditional rock & roll "I Can't Get No (Satisfaction)", gospel-influenced "The Last Time", bluesy "As Tears Go By", country-esque "Heart of Stone", pop-rock ballad "Tell Me (You're Coming Back)", and Motown-like "Ride 'Em On Down". In fact, The Rolling Stones' latest album Blue & Lonesome (2016), which won a Grammy Award, boasts a bluesy return-to-roots style and featured legendary Eric Clapton. Concert-goers can expect the crowd to hang on to every word sung and every note strummed. The Rolling Stones will punch out some of their biggest arena-filling songs, as well as hidden gems. Want to be there? Make sure you buy Rolling Stones tickets at StubHub promptly!
All about The Rolling Stones
Original band members Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards were simply blues mad and wanted to replicate the likes of Chuck Berry Luckily for the South London boys, the great winter of 1962 allowed the band to replace others who were supposed to be performing huge gigs. News quickly spread of an energetic live act, fitting for the rebellious 60s era. Soon the group were performing across both Europe and the US and fans were beginning to view the Stones as an alternative to the Beatles, and the rest is history! That's right, after proving their value with catchy songs like their first hit "Come on", the name The Rolling Stones and the logo of the red-tongue have become synonymous with the very best rock & roll music, and since then the superstars have influenced countless bands, including the likes of Lady Gaga, who covered their "Gimme Shelter" tune.
The band themselves have stated multiple times that they're not planning on retiring, and the 2018 jaunt comes as a relief for those who haven't had the chance to join a The Rolling Stones tour. Want to enjoy an unforgettable experience with the very best? At StubHub you can find The Rolling Stones tickets - that is, if you're quick enough.