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The Rolling Stones USA 2006

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These pages will supply information about the cities the Stones will be visiting during the tour. To read about each individual city please select the actual city link in the tour dates pages of the Spring 2006 and Summer 2006 pages. If you have information for these pages please send e-mail to [email protected].

Nearest big city

New York

How to get to the city

The Big Apple. You can't miss it!


How to get to the venue

Penn Station train or underground. Centrally on Manhattan close to Empire State Building.

Travel information

Venue maps

Recommended hotels

Ramada Plaza & Inn - New Yorker Hotel
481 8th Avenue * 34th St. & 8th Ave, New York City, NY 10001, US
Phone: 212-971-0101 * Fax: 212-563-1476 * E-mail: [email protected]
Great hotel at only 135 dollars or so per night, cheap for NYC - next block to MSG venue, and much better tha a lot of others "bad repuration" hotels nearby...

Recommended bars/restaurants

Mustang Harry's. See below.

Meeting place for fans

Mustang Harry's
352 Seventh Avenue (between 29th and 30th Streets)
Great place to meet up. We have been using it on every tour since 1998. Longest bar in NYC they say, may be it is true? Plenty of cold draft beer for any taste. And they have great food as well. Mustang Harry's is on the MSG side of 7th avenue, just 2-3 short street blocks from MSG.

Walters bar : Located on 8th Avenue between 29th and 30th street.
Also see Shoil's NYC Jan 18-20 pages.

City map

Tourist links

General tourist info: NYC Visit

Where to go and what to see for Stones fans: See the article by New York Post.

Other local events

Tim Ries Rolling Stones Project Jan. 19

Tim Ries will be performing two shows at The Jazz Standard on January 19, 2006.

Blue Smoke Jazz Standard 116 East 27th Street New York, New York 10016

Don't count on the Stones coming by every time, but Charlie went to the Hollywood show, and other band members have been watching Tim Ries, Bernard Fowlers and his great band mates doing great live jazz versions of Stones songs - part of his "Rolling Stones Project". These shows are usually sold out on show day so get your tickets now! And you will meet many familiar faces and fellow Stones fans there as well...

Thursday, January 19 at 7:30 PM (6:45 PM doors)
Thursday, January 19 at 9:30 PM (8:45 PM doors)

Ivan Neville with Bernard Fowler at BB King Blues Club Jan 20

Ivan Neville' DUMPSTAPHUNK will be performing at the BB King Blues Club in New York at 11:30pm, in what BB King is calling "Post-MSG Show". For details see:
Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk with Bernard Fowler at BB King
B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
237 West 42 St.
New York, NY 10036
Telephone: 212-997-4144


The East Village and the St. Marks Place area are one of the famous spots Stones fans visit when in New York City. Before going, make sure you enjoy the Waiting On A Friend video, as found on Video Rewind (see IORR 32). Mick is waiting for Keith at the stairs of St. Marks Place no. 96 (E. 8th st). Charlie is sitting on a garbage can by no. 94. Keith is with an unknown fan in the street. St. Marks Bar and Grill is still there, but the exteriors are now changed, as it is called Tribe (only open at evenings), on 132 1st Ave on the corner of St. Marks Place. Walk in there, and imagine the Stones doing blues songs after the video shooting. Small place!


For more Stones news see IORR 54 of December 2005!

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