Published: 01st April 2015
The Rolling Stones will embark on a stadium tour of North America for the first time in nine years, it has been announced.
The legendary band, made up of frontman Mick Jagger, guitarists Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood and drummer Charlie Watts, will play their first date in San Diego on 24 May.
Richards is pictured here wearing a black and white scarf at a signing for his autobiography Life.
The Zip Code tour will also take in major cities including Atlanta, Dallas, Pittsburgh and Detroit with the final date being in Quebec on 15 July.
The last time the veteran rockers played North American stadium gigs was during the A Bigger Bang Tour in 2006. Their North American tours in 2012 and 2013 saw them playing in arena venues.
Tickets for the Zip Code Tour go on sale on 20 April, with demand expected to be fierce. Despite criticism about the cost of tickets to their concerts, the band's popularity remains strong and last year they made £96 million from live shows.
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