Washington D.C. is an easy direct flight by United Airlines from Toronto. The show is in Landover, outside the city, so I have a hotel for three nights in Washington D.C., then one night in Landover. Public transportation is great in Washington D.C., I get a new plastic card for the city, add $20 cash to it, then I can go anywhere I like with the same card. This is card number three after three cities on this tour, I wonder how many cards I will have when the tour is over… Continue reading “The Rolling Stones in Washington D.C. USA 2019”
The Rolling Stones show at Burl’s Creek, Ontario, Canada, was an add-on show to the No Filter US Tour 2019, originally set to be sixteen shows. Then The Rolling Stones got an offer to play this one and only show in Canada, after the US tour was announced. So here we are, heading for a Stones show in Canada! Continue reading “The Rolling Stones at Burl’s Creek Canada 2019”
Chicago was supposed to be the end of the No Filter US Tour 2019, but due to the rescheduling it became the opening shows. Chicago is a great city so easy to love, and with all the history of blues and previous Stones performances, I was really looking forward to the Chicago days. This is the story of nine days in Chicago, where more than 100,000 Rolling Stones fans enjoyed the two first shows of the opening of The Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour 2019.
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The Rolling Stones prepared for the rescheduled No Filter US Tour 2019 with rehearsals in London UK during late May and early June. They had just started the rehearsals in Miami FL USA late March, but due to reasons we all know, the tour got rescheduled, and new rehearsals dates and locations had to be arranged for. WARNING: Please DO NOT click “Continue reading” and read on if you want the show on Friday to be a big surprise, as there may be song and show details in the text below…
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The Rolling Stones No Filter Tour 2019 was originally scheduled for a start in Miami Florida USA on Saturday April 20. Exactly three weeks before that, on Saturday March 30, the news were out. The tour was postponed, with the following message: “Mick Jagger has been advised by doctors that he cannot go on tour at this time, as he needs medical treatment.” The following is some thoughts and facts related to the announcement of the postponement, and the waiting time, until mid May, when the news about the new tour dates are out.
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