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The Rolling Stones return to Europe for the 'No Filter' tour

The Rolling Stones kick off their 2017 "No Filter" European tour this weekend, with some 82,000 fans expected at the Stadtpark in Hamburg. The band continues making rock 'n' roll history after five decades of success.

The Rolling Stones new tour called "Stones — No Filter"  kicks off at the Stadtpark in Hamburg on Saturday, September 9, and heads to Munich afterwards. The band is scheduled to play 13 shows in 12 different venues across Europe in September and October.

The tour unites Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood. The rock stars themselves seem to be as excited as their fans about the start of "No Filter," and they have eagerly been posting pictures of their rehearsals and a countdown clock to the tour's start under the hashtag #StonesNoFilter on their respective social media accounts.


The legendary band will treat their European fans to classics such as "Gimme Shelter," "Paint It Black," "Jumpin' Jack Flash," "Tumbling Dice" and "Brown Sugar." They will also include a number of unexpected tracks each night, as well as a series of randomly selected surprises.

The Rolling Stones have meanwhile also asked fans to choose their favorite song to perform at their opening event in Hamburg.

The band will tour several major European cities before finishing with two shows in Paris at the brand new U Arena. 

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