Coloradans will have a rare opportunity to see quintessential rock band the Rolling Stones in concert May 26.
The band will bring its “No Filter” tour to Broncos Stadium at Mile High in Denver, Rolling Stone magazine announced Monday.
“It’s a thrill when we play stadiums in the States,” lead singer Mick Jagger, 75, said in a statement, “the energy is always amazing!”
The 13-show U.S. tour kicks off at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium April 20 and concludes at Chicago’s Soldier Field June 21. The band teased the tour announcement for several weeks with banners featuring its iconic lips-and-tongue logo (and no other explanation) showing up outside Broncos Stadium and other venues.
The band last performed in Denver at the Pepsi Center in 2005.
The Rolling Stones got their start in 1962, and all of its principal members are now in their 70s. They’ve toured every year since 2012, playing 14 shows in 2017, according to the magazine.
“I didn’t expect to last until 50 myself, let alone with the Stones,” says founding member and guitarist Keith Richards on Rollingstones.com. “It’s incredible, really. In that sense, we’re still living on borrowed time.”
In recent shows, the band has played big hits, including “Satisfaction,” “Paint it Black,” “Gimme Shelter” and “Sympathy for the Devil.”
Tickets go on sale Nov. 30 at axs.com.