The Rolling Stones Are Going on a 2024 Stadium Tour — Here’s Where to Buy Tickets (Before They Sell Out)

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About a month since they released their latest album, Hackney Diamonds, the Rolling Stones have announced they’ll take their new music on the road next year. Fans can now officially pick up tickets online for the 16-date trek, which kicks off in April 2024.

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“If they were going to drag themselves (and us) through the process again, and after such a long gap, they also must have known they’d have to make it worth everyone’s while. Shockingly, they have,” David Browne wrote in Rolling Stone‘s review of Hackney Diamonds, the band’s first full-length project since 2005.

“A collection of bangers (old-school division) that nobody in their right mind had a right to expect in 2023, Hackney Diamonds isn’t just another new Stones album, but a vibrant and cohesive record — the first Stones album in ages you’ll want to crank more than once before filing away.”

Here’s how to score tickets and hear the Stones play the new tracks and classics like “Start Me Up” and “Satisfaction” in 2024.

Where to Buy Rolling Stones Tickets Online

From Ticketmaster to SeatGeek, here’s where to buy Stones tickets (plus where to look if they sell out).

Find Rolling Stones Tickets on Ticketmaster

Stones fans can now pick up tickets for most of the 2024 dates on Ticketmaster. Standard admission and VIP packages range in price from $74 up to $450+, depending on the city. Pro tip: You can set a filter during your search to show the price including fees for your tickets.

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Find Rolling Stones Tickets on SeatGeek

While you can find a majority of Rolling Stones tickets on Ticketmaster, the band’s website currently links out to SeatGeek for the Glendale, Arizona stop. You can also find available tickets to the band’s other 2024 dates. Rolling Stone readers can also use the promo code ROLLINGSTONE10 on eligible first orders over the $250 mark to save an extra $10 at checkout.

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Find Rolling Stones Tickets on StubHub

Another reliable spot that you can score Rolling Stones tickets for sold-out dates is StubHub. Tickets for most of the Hackney Diamonds trek are available on its site, with prices starting around $94 a piece for the opener in Houston. Tickets to the Los Angeles dates, meantime, range in price from $74 each to over $500 at the time of this writing.

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Find Rolling Stones Tickets on Vivid Seats

If Stones tickets sell out, fans can also try finding resale tickets on a trusted site like Vivid Seats. Just keep in mind you might end up paying higher than face value for your stubs. The good news: Rolling Stone readers can also use the promo code RS2023 to get a $20 discount on orders over $200 at checkout.

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When Do Rolling Stones Tickets Go on Sale?

Tickets for the Hackney Diamonds trek officially went on sale Dec. 1, 2023. General admission and VIP tickets are currently available to nab online, with a majority of the Lucky Dip seats now sold out.

The Rolling Stones 2024 Tour Dates

The Stones will kick off their 2024 Hackney Diamonds tour at RG Stadium in Houston, Texas in April. Here’s the complete 2024 schedule.

April 28 – Houston, TX @ RG Stadium
May 2 – New Orleans, LA @ Jazz Fest
May 7 – Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium
May 11 – Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium
May 15 – Seattle, WA @ Lumen Field
May 23 – East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium
May 30 – Foxboro, MA @ Gillette Stadium
June 3 – Orlando, FL @ Camping World Stadium
June 7 – Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium
June 11 – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field
June 15 – Cleveland, OH @ Cleveland Browns Stadium
June 20 – Denver, CO @ Empower Field at Mile High
June 27 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field
July 5 – Vancouver, BC @ BC Place
July 10 – Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium
July 17 – Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s Stadium

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