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Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: November 22, 2018 09:33

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Guys, the average selling ticket price will be under $200. Once they sell enough premium seats, the rest of the venue gets flexed.

This has happened with every stadium tour since A Bigger Bang. They always make their numbers, the internet has made it easy to move a lot of tickets almost instantly. The premium seats give them their number and the lucky dips fill the building.

We know all that,what we’re talking about when we say Vegas 16 was the show they did there in 2016 and the tickets were something like $750 for lower balcony.
Hairball was there and confirmed what my family and friends who work on the strip told me,instead of the excitement of the Stones rolling into town it was a collective eye roll and FU to the Stones.
They canceled one night because of Micks voice and the show they did had many empty seats even after the casino hosts at every hotel were giving away stacks of tickets.
The initial stupid pricing turned everyone off to the point they lost interest.

I was in Vegas with my wife celebrating her birthday right after I went off to Desert Trip on my own. We had no intentions to see the Stones, but when $750+ floor tickets were being sold on stubhub the day of the show for apprx. $250, I couldn't resist and bought a pair for us. Yes there were some empty seats, and yes Mick was still sick getting help from backup singers, and yes the setlist was only 18 songs. But the silver lining (if you can call it that) is Keith played a three song set, and the blues cover and Midnight Rambler made it somewhat worthwhile - especially at that price. Probably the weakest Stones show I've ever seen, and still think they should have cancelled it, but Mick was a trooper and many people seemed to enjoy it! And then they played the billionaire private show a few days later raking in millions more, but that's another story.

BUT... it's a new tour, and they've successfully completed No Filter I&II to mostly positive reviews, so now we'll see what they bring back to the US in 2019.

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Rip this joint, gonna save your soul, round and round and round we go......

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: OhYesMeAgain ()
Date: November 22, 2018 10:00

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TM restricts the inventory at any given time. You're not going to get much in a pre-sale.

Unless you need the assurance of getting a VIP ticket early, or are buying a single, I would definitely wait.

More inventory will come available on TM as the weeks pass and prices on Stub Hub tend to hit the bottom two days prior to the show.

I will be buying "single" tickets to the pit for the shows that I want to go to. Are you saying that I should get a VIP ticket early if I can because Ticketmaster is going to give me trouble buying a single pit ticket later. (Sorry if I interpreted your advice incorrectly!) Thanks!

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: OhYesMeAgain ()
Date: November 22, 2018 10:12

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^ That empty seating chart would be fantastic though - just like the old days...a free for all!

Last time was '81.

Yes it was, and imagine the pricing structure of those days...about $15.00 across the board!

So Hairball,you think they will overplay their hand like Vegas 16 or be more reasonable because of the big stadiums?
Vivid seats put a post on Facebook selling outrageously priced tickets and the comments section was just one after another people brutally bashing the Stones.
If they go crazy with the prices and piss too many people off you could see a backlash.
Social media can become a crowd of torch wielding villagers at the drop of a hat and no one is immune to it.
In America these things can snowball so fast and a 75 year old rock band charging $1000 a ticket look really ripe for a takedown, I hope not but as Hairball and I have discussed here before Vegas 16 was something I’ve never seen.
That situation in 13 different cities would not be a pretty picture.

I hope they don't try and rob the rich and the poor and everyone else in between! But seeing these are monstrous/massive stadiums, prices will probably vary from reasonable to outrageous, with some mid-range prices in between. If they attempt to overprice every category (which could very well happen), there could be some form of boycotting fueled by social media! And that could lead to massive price drops ala *Vegas 16 (and Desert Trip), with stubhub sellers practically giving them away the day of show. And like some of the recent European shows, there's a possibility they will have to get rid of tickets via discount site Groupon. And with the Desert Trip shows - massive amounts of discounted tickets being sold through Costco, eventually being sold at a fraction of the price on stubhub. And that's where patience will pay off and I swoop in to pick up the spoils. That said, I will be looking carefully at official presale and general sales, and if there's a reasonably priced ticket in a reasonable location, I might go for it. I'll also be looking at Lucky Dips. If none of that pans out, eventually something will happen!

But Hairball, unlike for other seats, do you think the outrageous prices for the pit will probably stand and would not likely be discounted?

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: flairville ()
Date: November 22, 2018 15:14

Do not buy VIP tickets at any point, all you need is patience. They were available numerous times for all the UK shows this year. You're paying hundreds of pounds for merchandise you can get on eBay afterwards for £50.

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: The Sicilian ()
Date: November 22, 2018 17:12

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Do not buy VIP tickets at any point, all you need is patience.love.

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: sarahunwin ()
Date: November 22, 2018 17:20

Anyone know any of the passwords for the presales or how to get them? There seem to be at least four or five all going to be happening at the same time.

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: babyblue ()
Date: November 22, 2018 17:32

If I go to Ticketmaster for presale and public sale do I need code or is code needed just for rollingstones.com



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Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: ohotos ()
Date: November 22, 2018 17:54

I haven't read this whole thread but are there any rumours that they'll throw in a couple Canadian dates? If not I'm just a four hour drive from Boston I guess.

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: November 22, 2018 18:03

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I haven't read this whole thread but are there any rumours that they'll throw in a couple Canadian dates? If not I'm just a four hour drive from Boston I guess.

See ya in Boston!
(well, probably not but they will cool smiley)
US tour only.

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: Topi ()
Date: November 22, 2018 18:07

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If I go to Ticketmaster for presale and public sale do I need code or is code needed just for rollingstones.com

The code is needed just for the presale and you enter it on Ticketmaster.com (on each event page, separately) to unlock tickets. RS.com will just link you to Ticketmaster.



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Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: bv ()
Date: November 22, 2018 18:32

I don't think there will be more shows. They are already at 16 shows vs the usual 14.

Bjornulf

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: Marylou59 ()
Date: November 22, 2018 19:58

I think this tour will be complicated for someone coming over from Europe. This time I am really hesitating on how to organize our trip.
2015 my husband and I went to 4 shows : Nashville,Pittsburgh,Milwaukee and Raleigh. That was simple and nice.We came from Paris to Atlanta, rented a car and then on it went ! Tupelo, Clarksdale, Memphis, Nashville,Pittsburgh,Lake Erie,Milwaukee, Chicago and then down to Saint Louis,Louisville,the Great Smoky Mountains, Raleigh and back to Atlanta where we took the plane again to go home.It was awesome ! Such a beautiful country !Such great memories !So many nice people we met !
I think next wednesday we will try to get tickets, see what we can obtain at a decent price but I can't decide wether to go East or West...
By the way, 10 a.m. local time means in France 4p.m. for EST - 6p.m. for MST and 7 p.m. for PST.
Am I right ?
Marylou from France

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: atip ()
Date: November 22, 2018 20:20

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Marylou59
I think this tour will be complicated for someone coming over from Europe. This time I am really hesitating on how to organize our trip.
2015 my husband and I went to 4 shows : Nashville,Pittsburgh,Milwaukee and Raleigh. That was simple and nice.We came from Paris to Atlanta, rented a car and then on it went ! Tupelo, Clarksdale, Memphis, Nashville,Pittsburgh,Lake Erie,Milwaukee, Chicago and then down to Saint Louis,Louisville,the Great Smoky Mountains, Raleigh and back to Atlanta where we took the plane again to go home.It was awesome ! Such a beautiful country !Such great memories !So many nice people we met !
I think next wednesday we will try to get tickets, see what we can obtain at a decent price but I can't decide wether to go East or West...
By the way, 10 a.m. local time means in France 4p.m. for EST - 6p.m. for MST and 7 p.m. for PST.
Am I right ?
Marylou from France

Tough choice... If I was in your shoes, I'd pick the west, since you did the east last time. Different, yet lots of beauty there, too. More diverse geography when you consider the desert of Arizona, the great climate and beauty of the California coast, the magnificence of the Northwest. The Denver area is nice, too. You'll probably put more km's on your car if you drive it all, some of it wide open and some, like CA, can be very congested. I consider Chicago and the NE cities to be bigger Stones fans, but that's just my opinion. Yes, re the timezones.

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: coloradocanyons ()
Date: November 22, 2018 20:24

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Marylou59
I think this tour will be complicated for someone coming over from Europe. This time I am really hesitating on how to organize our trip.
2015 my husband and I went to 4 shows : Nashville,Pittsburgh,Milwaukee and Raleigh. That was simple and nice.We came from Paris to Atlanta, rented a car and then on it went ! Tupelo, Clarksdale, Memphis, Nashville,Pittsburgh,Lake Erie,Milwaukee, Chicago and then down to Saint Louis,Louisville,the Great Smoky Mountains, Raleigh and back to Atlanta where we took the plane again to go home.It was awesome ! Such a beautiful country !Such great memories !So many nice people we met !
I think next wednesday we will try to get tickets, see what we can obtain at a decent price but I can't decide wether to go East or West...
By the way, 10 a.m. local time means in France 4p.m. for EST - 6p.m. for MST and 7 p.m. for PST.
Am I right ?
Marylou from France

Times are correct.

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: November 22, 2018 20:25

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Marylou59
I think this tour will be complicated for someone coming over from Europe. This time I am really hesitating on how to organize our trip.
2015 my husband and I went to 4 shows : Nashville,Pittsburgh,Milwaukee and Raleigh. That was simple and nice.
Marylou from France

Not sure about time zones Marylou.. but it is a difficult tour to plan for those traveling in, as well as those here, with how spread out it is and with the breaks in between.

For as many show with as short amount of distance to travel, I would recommend the two NY/NJ shows followed by the two Chicago shows. Four shows (hopefully) in twelve days (June 13-25) with one travel day.
That's my plan (flying from Seattle) along with a Seattle and San Francisco show here on the west coast.

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: babyblue ()
Date: November 22, 2018 21:46

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Marylou59
I think this tour will be complicated for someone coming over from Europe. This time I am really hesitating on how to organize our trip.
2015 my husband and I went to 4 shows : Nashville,Pittsburgh,Milwaukee and Raleigh. That was simple and nice.We came from Paris to Atlanta, rented a car and then on it went ! Tupelo, Clarksdale, Memphis, Nashville,Pittsburgh,Lake Erie,Milwaukee, Chicago and then down to Saint Louis,Louisville,the Great Smoky Mountains, Raleigh and back to Atlanta where we took the plane again to go home.It was awesome ! Such a beautiful country !Such great memories !So many nice people we met !
I think next wednesday we will try to get tickets, see what we can obtain at a decent price but I can't decide wether to go East or West...
By the way, 10 a.m. local time means in France 4p.m. for EST - 6p.m. for MST and 7 p.m. for PST.
Am I right ?hi
Marylou from France

Help someone I am confused. Presale time..I will be in Hawaii next week so what time do I get tickets I. Hawaii? Thanks



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Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: Marylou59 ()
Date: November 22, 2018 21:49

I am tempted by atip's suggestion : doing the west coast and mix car and plane. We will see !

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: November 22, 2018 21:52

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Help someone I am confused. Presale time..I'm on west coast near Vancouver, so what time do I log in to get tickets, is it 10 am.

Assuming it's for a west coast show, then yes.
10 AM Pacific time for Seattle ( Pasadena, Santa Clara) for example..

7 AM Pacific time if buying for NY/NJ shows for an east coast show for example.

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: babyblue ()
Date: November 22, 2018 21:55

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Help someone I am confused. Presale time..I'm on west coast near Vancouver, so what time do I log in to get tickets, is it 10 am.

Assuming it's for a west coast show, then yes.
10 AM Pacific time for Seattle ( Pasadena, Santa Clara) for example..

7 AM Pacific time if buying for NY/NJ shows for an east coast show for example.

Thanks I have a friend getting them for me but she's in Hawaii, will that be same time 10 am

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: babyblue ()
Date: November 22, 2018 21:57

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Help someone I am confused. Presale time..I'm on west coast near Vancouver, so what time do I log in to get tickets, is it 10 am.

Assuming it's for a west coast show, then yes.
10 AM Pacific time for Seattle ( Pasadena, Santa Clara) for example..

7 AM Pacific time if buying for NY/NJ shows for an east coast show for example.

Thanks I have a friend getting them for me but she's in Hawaii, will that be 8 am Hawaii?



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Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: mosthigh ()
Date: November 22, 2018 21:58

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I think this tour will be complicated for someone coming over from Europe. This time I am really hesitating on how to organize our trip.
2015 my husband and I went to 4 shows : Nashville,Pittsburgh,Milwaukee and Raleigh. That was simple and nice.We came from Paris to Atlanta, rented a car and then on it went ! Tupelo, Clarksdale, Memphis, Nashville,Pittsburgh,Lake Erie,Milwaukee, Chicago and then down to Saint Louis,Louisville,the Great Smoky Mountains, Raleigh and back to Atlanta where we took the plane again to go home.It was awesome ! Such a beautiful country !Such great memories !So many nice people we met !
I think next wednesday we will try to get tickets, see what we can obtain at a decent price but I can't decide wether to go East or West...
By the way, 10 a.m. local time means in France 4p.m. for EST - 6p.m. for MST and 7 p.m. for PST.

Am I right ?hi
Marylou from France

Help someone I am confused. Presale time..I will be in Hawaii next week so what time do I get tickets I. Hawaii? Thanks

Tickets go onsale 10am LOCAL TIME, meaning, wherever you are in North America, it will be 10am, regardless of time zone.

If you go to the Ticketmaster website for Seattle, it says "Onsale to the general public, starts Friday Nov 30 @ 10am PST".

If you go to the TM site for NJ, it says "Onsale to the general public, starts Friday Nov 30 @ 10am EST".

[www1.ticketmaster.com]

Got it? 'Nuff said.



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Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: babyblue ()
Date: November 22, 2018 22:01

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I think this tour will be complicated for someone coming over from Europe. This time I am really hesitating on how to organize our trip.
2015 my husband and I went to 4 shows : Nashville,Pittsburgh,Milwaukee and Raleigh. That was simple and nice.We came from Paris to Atlanta, rented a car and then on it went ! Tupelo, Clarksdale, Memphis, Nashville,Pittsburgh,Lake Erie,Milwaukee, Chicago and then down to Saint Louis,Louisville,the Great Smoky Mountains, Raleigh and back to Atlanta where we took the plane again to go home.It was awesome ! Such a beautiful country !Such great memories !So many nice people we met !
I think next wednesday we will try to get tickets, see what we can obtain at a decent price but I can't decide wether to go East or West...
By the way, 10 a.m. local time means in France 4p.m. for EST - 6p.m. for MST and 7 p.m. for PST.

Am I right ?hi
Marylou from France

Help someone I am confused. Presale time..I will be in Hawaii next week so what time do I get tickets I. Hawaii? Thanks

Tickets go onsale 10am LOCAL TIME, meaning, wherever you are in North America, it will be 10am, regardless of time zone.

If you go to the Ticketmaster website for Seattle, it says "Onsale to the general public, starts Friday Nov 30 @ 10am PST".

[www1.ticketmaster.com]

'Nuff said.


But Hawaii is aways from NA.

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: mosthigh ()
Date: November 22, 2018 22:08

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I think this tour will be complicated for someone coming over from Europe. This time I am really hesitating on how to organize our trip.
2015 my husband and I went to 4 shows : Nashville,Pittsburgh,Milwaukee and Raleigh. That was simple and nice.We came from Paris to Atlanta, rented a car and then on it went ! Tupelo, Clarksdale, Memphis, Nashville,Pittsburgh,Lake Erie,Milwaukee, Chicago and then down to Saint Louis,Louisville,the Great Smoky Mountains, Raleigh and back to Atlanta where we took the plane again to go home.It was awesome ! Such a beautiful country !Such great memories !So many nice people we met !
I think next wednesday we will try to get tickets, see what we can obtain at a decent price but I can't decide wether to go East or West...
By the way, 10 a.m. local time means in France 4p.m. for EST - 6p.m. for MST and 7 p.m. for PST.

Am I right ?hi
Marylou from France

Help someone I am confused. Presale time..I will be in Hawaii next week so what time do I get tickets I. Hawaii? Thanks

Tickets go onsale 10am LOCAL TIME, meaning, wherever you are in North America, it will be 10am, regardless of time zone.

If you go to the Ticketmaster website for Seattle, it says "Onsale to the general public, starts Friday Nov 30 @ 10am PST".

[www1.ticketmaster.com]

'Nuff said.


But Hawaii is aways from NA.


Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: November 22, 2018 22:29

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Tickets go onsale 10am LOCAL TIME, meaning, wherever you are in North America, it will be 10am, regardless of time zone.

If you go to the Ticketmaster website for Seattle, it says "Onsale to the general public, starts Friday Nov 30 @ 10am PST".

If you go to the TM site for NJ, it says "Onsale to the general public, starts Friday Nov 30 @ 10am EST"
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Nope.
I'm buying tix for NJ. I'm in Seattle.
I will buy NJ tix at 7AM my time(PST) = (10 AM EST).
Now... 'nuff said.cool smiley



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Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: mosthigh ()
Date: November 22, 2018 22:51

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Tickets go onsale 10am LOCAL TIME, meaning, wherever you are in North America, it will be 10am, regardless of time zone.

If you go to the Ticketmaster website for Seattle, it says "Onsale to the general public, starts Friday Nov 30 @ 10am PST".

If you go to the TM site for NJ, it says "Onsale to the general public, starts Friday Nov 30 @ 10am EST"
.

Nope.
I'm buying tix for NJ. I'm in Seattle.
I will buy NJ tix at 7AM my time(PST) = (10 AM EST).
Now... 'nuff said.cool smiley

That's right. No argument here.confused smiley

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: daspyknows ()
Date: November 22, 2018 23:41

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Bonnaroo 2019: Could The Rolling Stones headline?

Dave Paulson, Nashville Tennessean Nov. 20, 2018


John Partipilo / The Tennessean

Fans around the country are no doubt thrilled that The Rolling Stones are coming to their town on the 2019 "No Filter" tour. But here in Middle Tennessee, there's reason to be excited about the dates the rock giants haven't booked.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and company will kick off the tour April 20 in Miami, and for the most part, they'll play a show every four to five days through June 21.

But there's a significant gap between the band's June 13 stop in East Rutherford, New Jersey and the tour-closer at Chicago's Solider Field on June 21. And that's when the 2019 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival takes place (June 13 to 16 in Manchester, Tennessee).

Now, there are several valid reasons why the Stones could headline Bonnaroo — but there are just as many reasons why they wouldn't. We'll start with the negative.

For one thing, every show on this tour is followed by a minimum of three days off for the band. If they were to headline Bonnaroo, and to close out the festival on June 16, that still would only allow for two days off between gigs.

Furthermore, the Stones obsessives at the "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll" fan club believe it's possible the band will add a second date at MetLife Stadium on June 17 — which would makes sense, as it's the largest market of the tour.

But in the "pro" column: There's precedent for Bonnaroo booking a massive, legendary act like the Rolling Stones.

In addition to the festival's affinity for veteran rockers (Paul McCartney, Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty), it also shelled out considerable funds to book U2 for their first U.S. festival ever in 2017.

That's the same boat the Stones are in, essentially. In the modern festival era, they've never played a U.S. fest, and it was a very big deal when they played England's Glastonbury Festival for the first time in 2013.

Still, if Bonnaroo does land the Stones, they might not be the first U.S. festival, after all. Fans in New Orleans are buzzing after Jagger mentioned their city's name in a new song listing the tour dates — which would put them in town for Jazz Fest. Unfortunately, Jagger didn't sing anything about Bonnaroo or Tennessee.

And just to make things really interesting: Paul McCartney also has a huge gap in his 2019 "Freshen Up" tour that would put him in Bonnaroo's neck of the woods that week. But he headlined in 2013, and when it comes to its biggest headliners, Bonnaroo, too, likes to keep things fresh — though Radiohead, Eminem and Red Hot Chili Peppers have all returned in recent years.

If tradition holds, we're less than two months away from finding out the truth. Bonnaroo typically reveals its lineup in early January.

[www.tennessean.com]

Should note U2 did play the US Festival in southern CA, early 80's, but they were not headliners as best as I can remember, just another band on the bill.

No not headliners, but definitely a highlight of the third day.
There was "new wave day" (Clash headliner), "heavy metal day" (Van Halen headliner), and finally "rock day" (David Bowie headliner).
U2 were around middle of the bill the third day playing in daylight, and I remember Bono climbing precariously up and around the scaffolding!
While Bowie was great as the grand finale, my memory of his set is a bit blurry after staying up nearly three days straight and hanging by a thread,
Absolute best was The Clash - my third time seeing them, and the last show with Mick Jones in the band.

But I digress....as a "Stones obsessive" (lol) I don't think they will be playing Bonaroo!

And maybe Coachella April 2019 as a warm up....

And Woodstock to end the tour. Or more likely 2 NJ and 2 Chi

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: daspyknows ()
Date: November 22, 2018 23:47

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Marylou59
I am tempted by atip's suggestion : doing the west coast and mix car and plane. We will see !

I would suggest the West coast, especially if you have time, the driving not that bad.

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: coloradocanyons ()
Date: November 23, 2018 02:30

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I think this tour will be complicated for someone coming over from Europe. This time I am really hesitating on how to organize our trip.
2015 my husband and I went to 4 shows : Nashville,Pittsburgh,Milwaukee and Raleigh. That was simple and nice.We came from Paris to Atlanta, rented a car and then on it went ! Tupelo, Clarksdale, Memphis, Nashville,Pittsburgh,Lake Erie,Milwaukee, Chicago and then down to Saint Louis,Louisville,the Great Smoky Mountains, Raleigh and back to Atlanta where we took the plane again to go home.It was awesome ! Such a beautiful country !Such great memories !So many nice people we met !
I think next wednesday we will try to get tickets, see what we can obtain at a decent price but I can't decide wether to go East or West...
By the way, 10 a.m. local time means in France 4p.m. for EST - 6p.m. for MST and 7 p.m. for PST.
Am I right ?
Marylou from France

Tough choice... If I was in your shoes, I'd pick the west, since you did the east last time. Different, yet lots of beauty there, too. More diverse geography when you consider the desert of Arizona, the great climate and beauty of the California coast, the magnificence of the Northwest. The Denver area is nice, too. You'll probably put more km's on your car if you drive it all, some of it wide open and some, like CA, can be very congested. I consider Chicago and the NE cities to be bigger Stones fans, but that's just my opinion. Yes, re the timezones.


I would ask: how long do have to spend, how many shows would like to see and any specific interests other than seeing the Stones? The states are vast compared to Europe once you go west. Most car rentals in the US are with unlimited miles.

And Stones fans in the west are great! Actually better...

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: Sherbabe ()
Date: November 23, 2018 06:25

tonyc;

Where are you in Tennessee? I live near Chattanooga. I'm planning on going to Jacksonville if I can get seats that are not nosebleed. I can give you a ride.

Re: The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019
Posted by: Jeter1984 ()
Date: November 23, 2018 07:24

Sorry if this has been posted.

Looks like 5 different VIP packages

First 25 rows on the floor, first 10 rows, first 5 rows, first row and Pit.

All the usual stuff included, travel kit, tour poster, lithograph, lanyard



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