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The Rolling Stones at Levi's Stadium

Why see The Rolling Stones?

Hackney Diamonds 2024 Tour!

The rock legends, The Rolling Stones, are back with a brand new tour in support of the new album 'Hackney Diamonds'! Emerging in the 1960s as the bad boys of rock 'n' roll, the Stones were the down and dirty counterpart to The Beatles' clean-cut image. Always courting controversy with their subject matter and their offstage antics, The Stones nevertheless produced some of the most indelible tracks of the decade, channeling their love of American blues into songs like '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction,' 'Jumpin' Jack Flash,' and 'Ruby Tuesday.'

It's only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)

A synthesis of great music, musicianship and the iconic swagger of Mr. Jagger, seeing these living legends live is a breathtaking experience and one you won't forget for a long time!

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Finished Jul 17


Customer reviews

7 reviews, average rating: (3.1 Stars)

JOH Adler

Staff at event.

Without naming names I need to commend the service, professionalism and assistance from all event staff but especially a manager and associate at the entrance gate. I had some issues with not receiving a ticket I had a receipt for and they went the extra mile to try to get one issued and then ultimately good advice to buy a ticket but follow up with vendor. I think Soldier field hires a security company… these employees had orange vests and badge lanyards. They were phenomenal and made a very stressful situation better. We missed the opening act but saw the Stones. Band and Mick were unbelievably fantastic. Soldier field is beautiful. ... Read more



I’ve seen the Stones many times and I have been a fan for 61 years. Last night I suddenly realized that this was going to be the last time. Fabulous show, great sets, but I couldn’t ignore the fact that padding out the band with great musicians and amazing backing vocals were covering for the slowing down of my boys. At first I was a little sad but then I realized that this is and will always be the best rock & roll band in the world. They got better and better as the show went on and just pounded it out, just like always. I went home filled with joy, grateful for all the amazing music and concerts over the years and so much respect for this brilliant band. ... Read more


Stones in Seattle

Wow! What a great performance by The Rolling Stones! I saw them the first time in 1972 during their Sticky Fingers tour. The Hackney Diamonds tour last night was just as good. The original members were energized and organized and it looked like they were having a good time, too. They played classic oldies like Satisfaction and Paint it Black, which I didn’t expect but was really glad they did. I’m also surprised they only played three songs from Hackney Diamonds. I would have liked to hear more became it’s a good album, but they played 19 songs so no complaint. I read a review here that called their performance “lackluster”. How sad for them because last night’s performance was the exact opposite. Long live The Rolling Stones and thank you for a memorable night of the best rock and roll!!! ... Read more


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