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Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: 35love ()
Date: October 27, 2018 03:21

Where’s Sarah Sparkly Top? Isn’t she from SF? She should find out the 411...

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: paulywaul ()
Date: October 27, 2018 12:49

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bv
The Rolling Stones are predictable. Never change a winning team:

- 14 shows per tour, two shows per week, short break in the middle
- Some times an extra mini-tour if something unique comes up
- One tour per year more or less, as long as they enjoy it (they do!)
- Lucky Dip replaced the old "first 20 rows cheap" concept
- VIP packages with monster prices with a bag of stuff for those who like that
- T-shirt prices boosting at usd 35 and up


I am looking forward to a big city tour next year in USA, probably a stop in Canada as well. NYC, CHI, LA and a few more, that will be great.

A winning formula, why change it ? thumbs up

[ I want to shout, but I can hardly speak ]

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: RollingStonesFan ()
Date: October 27, 2018 12:56

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bye bye johnny
Posted today by Stonesdoug:

Look for a start around April 20, stadium shows- the MSG residency is out as the Who are now booked there.

[www.tapatalk.com]

Would be great to see the Rolling Stones at my birthday

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: Chris Fountain ()
Date: October 27, 2018 13:56

If they start a Stadium tour April 20, it better be in Florida because April can be cold elsewhere in America. I recommend an arena tour for that time of the year thumbs up



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2018-10-27 14:41 by Chris Fountain.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: TKinOH ()
Date: October 27, 2018 15:01

I do believe Pink Floyd started the monumental Division Bell tour in March '94, and followed a South to West trajectory, so there is a precedent for stadium gigs in the US at that time of the year...

Plenty of new venues, and places The Stones have never "christened", both arenas and stadiums, for them to choose from in North America.

I feel like they'll do outdoor shows for maximum impact and revenue, especially if they're bringin' over the No Filter set for a NA debut. But, a return to arenas would be totally possible... Their last official gig in the US was indoors in Vegas in 2016.


The suspense is appropriate for Halloween season!

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: atip ()
Date: October 27, 2018 18:40

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Gaetzi
If MSG is off my guess would be Citi Field in Queens where the NY Mets play. That seems to be the outdoor stadium that hosts concerts in NYC.

There is a little arena over in Brooklyn where they played in Dec '12.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: nick ()
Date: October 27, 2018 18:52

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atip
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Gaetzi
If MSG is off my guess would be Citi Field in Queens where the NY Mets play. That seems to be the outdoor stadium that hosts concerts in NYC.

There is a little arena over in Brooklyn where they played in Dec '12.

Now add a club.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: October 27, 2018 19:27

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TKinOH
I do believe Pink Floyd started the monumental Division Bell tour in March '94, and followed a South to West trajectory, so there is a precedent for stadium gigs in the US at that time of the year...

Plenty of new venues, and places The Stones have never "christened", both arenas and stadiums, for them to choose from in North America.

I feel like they'll do outdoor shows for maximum impact and revenue, especially if they're bringin' over the No Filter set for a NA debut. But, a return to arenas would be totally possible... Their last official gig in the US was indoors in Vegas in 2016.


The suspense is appropriate for Halloween season!


The calm before the storm...it's always thrilling. smileys with beer

If it is to be outdoor stadiums, there are quite a few that have retractable roofs - both football and baseball stadiums.
We don't have one (yet) in the Socal area, because we don't need no stinkin' retractable roof!
I think the new Rams stadium will have it all, but in the meantime, bring on the Stones!

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Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: TKinOH ()
Date: October 27, 2018 19:37

Speaking of the Southland...

I keep wondering if The Stones could come back in Fall 2020 to break in the new joint the LA Rams are building in Inglewood? Pair that with the new Raiders' stadium in Vegas, which is opening at the same time for the NFL season...

Makes me curious whether they would forego LA next year, like they did on Zip Code 2015, to make a return in 2020 to play in Inglewood and Vegas?

lased.com

Any thoughts? I know it's down the road apiece, but we know they plan well ahead.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: babyblue ()
Date: October 27, 2018 20:14

April 20th start. How does Stones Doug know that. Or is it speculation,as many know not much info leaks out so soon.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: Chris Fountain ()
Date: October 27, 2018 22:11

The forum moderators of this website made similar projections based on first hand knowledge. Of course , it is speculative as questions such as when will the new album be completed and where will they play the debut song- Please Remember, they debuted Rough Justice at the NY Library prior to that particular tour (2009?).

What concerns me is the timing of the year if they play outdoor concerts,and which I totally oppose. If it is March -April-May - most of the U.S. can be cold and have windy uncomfortable weather if it not snow as well.

If they choose an earlier start let's stick with the cozy indoors environment where everyone has a great view!


cf

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: babyblue ()
Date: October 27, 2018 22:18

Maybe April is arenas then stadiums, I think May-July is better for everyone. Will be warmer.April just doesn't sit well.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: bleedingman ()
Date: October 27, 2018 22:23

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Chris Fountain
The forum moderators of this website made similar projections based on first hand knowledge. Of course , it is speculative as questions such as when will the new album be completed and where will they play the debut song- Please Remember, they debuted Rough Justice at the NY Library prior to that particular tour (2009?).

What concerns me is the timing of the year if they play outdoor concerts,and which I totally oppose. If it is March -April-May - most of the U.S. can be cold and have windy uncomfortable weather if it not snow as well.

If they choose an earlier start let's stick with the cozy indoors environment where everyone has a great view!


cf

The East Coast stays cold until May now, then gets quite warm and humid.

Not sure about "Rough Justice" at the Library but they did play "Oh No, Not You again at Juilliard". I was there "You can have the money, PAL!":

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Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: 35love ()
Date: October 28, 2018 02:17

I confess to daydreaming about Mick at Alcatraz playing the harmonica
this whole USA
possible SF
making me goofy.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: mpj200 ()
Date: October 28, 2018 06:05

It’s pointing towards arenas. Based on venues being looked at. I don’t see a mixed venue tour these days. When was the last time they played indoor and outdoor shows on the same tour, using their production?

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: October 28, 2018 06:29

That's good to hear mpj200.

Do you have any info. regarding the new album?

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Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: sanQ ()
Date: October 28, 2018 08:02

Can we get the Stones back to Regina, Saskatchewan please?

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: Dan ()
Date: October 28, 2018 08:18

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mpj200
It’s pointing towards arenas. Based on venues being looked at. I don’t see a mixed venue tour these days. When was the last time they played indoor and outdoor shows on the same tour, using their production?

2014 in Australia or even Desert Trip and Vegas counts as it's all easily scaleable and not particularly complicated.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: timbernardis ()
Date: October 28, 2018 09:02

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35love
Where’s Sarah Sparkly Top? Isn’t she from SF? She should find out the 411...

well, sarahunwin is from Marin County, across the bay and Golden Gate from SF. She hasn't been on the boards much since No Filter ended. What is the 411?


plexi

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: thecitadel ()
Date: October 28, 2018 13:18

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mpj200
It’s pointing towards arenas. Based on venues being looked at. I don’t see a mixed venue tour these days. When was the last time they played indoor and outdoor shows on the same tour, using their production?

No Filter 2017 was a mix of Arenas and Stadia. The Arenas were big, for soccer, but still indoors 100%.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: Irix ()
Date: October 28, 2018 13:30

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thecitadel

No Filter 2017 was a mix of Arenas and Stadia. The Arenas were big, for soccer, but still indoors 100%.

Yep - Amsterdam Arena, Telia Parken Copenhagen, Esprit Arena Düsseldorf, Friends Arena Stockholm, GelreDome Arnhem as well as U Arena Paris are 'Indoor'-Arenas: [iorr.org] .

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: Stonesfan2146 ()
Date: October 28, 2018 13:34

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Irix
Quote
thecitadel

No Filter 2017 was a mix of Arenas and Stadia. The Arenas were big, for soccer, but still indoors 100%.

Yep - Amsterdam Arena, Telia Parken Copenhagen, Esprit Arena Düsseldorf, Friends Arena Stockholm, GelreDome Arnhem as well as U Arena Paris are Indoor-Arenas: [iorr.org] .

Yes, but these are technically stadiums. Esprit Arena is cited as a stadium for example. They all have a capacity of 30,000 to 40,000 and the stadium stage fits in. A real intimate arena setting includes a small stage, and 11,000 to may 19,000 people fitting in. And of course, because thats what I wanna see again, real great setlists with some very rare songs and up to 23 played.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: Topi ()
Date: October 28, 2018 14:07

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timbernardis
What is the 411?


plexi

Try dialing 411 for more information. winking smiley



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2018-10-28 16:01 by Topi.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Date: October 28, 2018 14:29

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Irix
Quote
thecitadel

No Filter 2017 was a mix of Arenas and Stadia. The Arenas were big, for soccer, but still indoors 100%.

Yep - Amsterdam Arena, Telia Parken Copenhagen, Esprit Arena Düsseldorf, Friends Arena Stockholm, GelreDome Arnhem as well as U Arena Paris are 'Indoor'-Arenas: [iorr.org] .

Amsterdam, Parken and Friends are stadiums, though, with a convertible roof.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: Irix ()
Date: October 28, 2018 15:20

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DandelionPowderman

Amsterdam, Parken and Friends are stadiums, though, with a convertible roof.

Which makes them to an 'Indoor'-Stadium .... smiling smiley

The Esprit-Arena in Düsseldorf is a Stadium too, its football team is 'Fortuna Düsseldorf'. The Arena was now renamed into 'Merkur Spiel-Arena'.

Also the GelreDome is a Football-Stadium: [en.Wikipedia.org] . The U-Arena Paris is more for Rugby or Basketball.

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: 35love ()
Date: October 28, 2018 15:37

2013 arena tour (I missed it).

[www.mercurynews.com]


Although the new AVAYA STADIUM in San Jose (capacity 18,000)
has not been played yet by the RS
and the lovely San Jose Fairmont hotel is close by...
or,
the new Sacramento Stadium also never graced by RS
and then Mick and the boys can stay at my house drinking smiley



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Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: October 28, 2018 19:24

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Stonesfan2146
Quote
Irix
Quote
thecitadel

No Filter 2017 was a mix of Arenas and Stadia. The Arenas were big, for soccer, but still indoors 100%.

Yep - Amsterdam Arena, Telia Parken Copenhagen, Esprit Arena Düsseldorf, Friends Arena Stockholm, GelreDome Arnhem as well as U Arena Paris are Indoor-Arenas: [iorr.org] .

Yes, but these are technically stadiums. Esprit Arena is cited as a stadium for example. They all have a capacity of 30,000 to 40,000 and the stadium stage fits in. A real intimate arena setting includes a small stage, and 11,000 to may 19,000 people fitting in. And of course, because thats what I wanna see again, real great setlists with some very rare songs and up to 23 played.

Yes there's a bit of confusion regarding Euro arenas vs US/NA arenas.

Over here in the US/NA, an arena is specifically an indoor building built for basketball and hockey with an apprx. seating capcity at around 20,000 max - give or take. Amsterdam Arena is definitely not that based on NA/US defnition with a concert capacity of apprx. 68,000. If someone from the US/NA didn't know better and they were given a ticket for Amsterdam Arena, they'd be in for a surprise upon entering what the enormous stadium.
Ahoy in Rotterdam, the old Wembley Arena in London, and Stockholm Globe Arena (now knows as Ericson Globe) for example are more akin to the typical basketball/hockey arena over here in the US/NA.

The L.A. Forum (the former home of the Lakers and Kings) has a capacity of apprx. 18,000 for concerts.
On the larger side would be the Staples Center in L.A. (the current home of the Lakers, Kings, and Clippers) which has a capacity of apprx. 19,000 for concerts.
Then you look at the smallish indoor San Diego Sports Arena (now called Valley View Casino Center), and the MGM Grand Arena in Vegas both with a capacity of apprx. 16-17,000.

I've seen the Stones in all of the above, and at this point doesn't really matter if it's a stadium, a football arena, a basketball arena, a hockey arena, or whatever someone wants to call it. The fact is they're still rolling and will be performing at a venue somewhere near me. And even though I'd prefer to see them at the L.A. Forum over Dodger Stadium, wherever they play in the L.A. area I'll be there.

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Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: 35love ()
Date: October 28, 2018 19:32

Oh no no
The new San Jose Avaya Stadium is for USA soccer! Think of all the possible jokes!
Home of the San Jose Earthquakes (team)

[www.sjearthquakes.com]
No Roof No Problem California

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: 35love ()
Date: October 28, 2018 19:37

Furthermore Hairball, up here in Northern California,
where the good tech is,
circumvent that whole pesky roof/ fresh air thing
like Sacramento’s new arena with retractable walls smoking smiley

Re: The Rolling Stones North America Tour 2019
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: October 28, 2018 19:43

San Jose doesn't have an NFL team, so they had to settle for a soccer stadium for the 'Earthquakes'...lmao winking smiley

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