The Rolling Stones to Make Jazz Fest Debut During Rescheduled No Filter Tour

July 22, 2021
The Rolling Stones to Make Jazz Fest Debut During Rescheduled No Filter Tour

The Rolling Stones have confirmed their rescheduled No Filter tour. The run will include their debut appearance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival on Wednesday, October 13. The date also marks the first time that the New Orleans Fairgrounds has hosted music on a Wednesday during Jazz Fest. The Stones’ upcoming tour will kick off on September 26 at St. Louis, MO’s The Dome at America’s Center and come to a close on November 20 at Austin, TX’s Circuit of The Americas. Alliance for Lifetime Income have signed on to sponsor the stadium outing.

The legendary rock-and-roll band completed the first leg of their No Filter tour in 2019, but their originally scheduled 2020 shows were postponed due to the global pandemic. According to the group, “The band’s previously scheduled dates for Vancouver, Louisville, Cleveland and Buffalo were unable to be rescheduled. Ticketholders in these markets will be contacted by Ticketmaster directly with more information. Where feasible, a priority offer for ticketholders will be available for nearby shows. All previously purchased tickets will be honored at the rescheduled performances. Tickets will go on sale Friday, July 30, 2021 at 10 AM local time for new shows.”

The ensemble were slated to perform at New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in 2019, but the date was cancelled due to Mick Jagger’s health issues. Fleetwood Mac were booked as a replacement but, after they also cancelled, Widespread Panic ended up headlining the show. The Stones’ New Orleans roots are deep; they were early champions of The Meters, Keith Richards has worked with Ivan Neville for years and Jagger has participated in local second-line parades.

Here’s a look at The Rolling Stones’ No Filter dates

September 26, 2021 St. Louis, MO–The Dome at America’s Center
September 30, 2021 Charlotte, NC–Bank Of America Stadium
October 4, 2021 Pittsburgh, PA–Heinz Field
October 9, 2021 Nashville, TN–Nissan Stadium
October 13, 2021 New Orleans, LA–New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
October 17, 2021 Los Angeles, CA–SoFi Stadium
October 24, 2021 Minneapolis, MN–U.S. Bank Stadium
October 29, 2021 Tampa, FL–Raymond James Stadium
November 2, 2021 Dallas, TX–Cotton Bowl Stadium
November 6, 2021 Las Vegas, NV–Allegiant Stadium
November 11, 2021 Atlanta, GA–Mercedes-Benz Stadium
November 15, 2021 Detroit, MI–Ford Field
November 20, 2021 Austin, TX–Circuit of The Americas