The Rolling Stones Concert History

The Rolling Stones are a British rock band formed in London in 1962 as "The Rollin' Stones". The first stable line-up consisted of founders Mick Jagger (lead vocals, harmonica), Keith Richards (guitar, vocals), bandleader Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica, and keyboards), Bill Wyman (bass), Charlie Watts (drums), and Ian Stewart (piano). Stewart was removed from the official line-up in 1963 but continued to work with the band as a contracted musician until his death in 1985.

Date Concert Venue Location
Oct 01, 2022
The Rolling Stones Detroit Michigan United States of America
Sep 30, 2022
Rolling stones
Aug 03, 2022
The Rolling Stones / Ghost Hounds
Waldbühne Berlin Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Jul 31, 2022
The Rolling Stones - SIXTY Tour
Friends Arena Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden
Jul 30, 2022
JETHRO TULL / Rolling Stones Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Jul 27, 2022
The Rolling Stones - Sixty
The Rolling Stones / Zucchero
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Veltins-Arena Gelsenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Jul 24, 2022
ROLLING STONES Hyde Park London, England, United Kingdom
Jul 23, 2022
The Rolling Stones
Hippodrome de Longchamp Paris, Île-de-France, France
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Jul 19, 2022
The Rolling Stones / Nothing But Thieves
Groupama Stadium Décines-Charpieu, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France
Jul 15, 2022
The Rolling Stones
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Ernst-happel-stadion Vienna, Vienna, Austria
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Jul 11, 2022
The Rolling Stones | King Baudouin Stadium
The Rolling Stones / Kaleo
King Baudouin Stadium Brussels, Brussels Capital, Belgium
Show Duplicates for Jul 11, 2022
Jul 07, 2022
The Rolling Stones - SIXTY Tour
The Rolling Stones / Ghost Hounds
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JOHAN CRUIJFF ARENA Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Show Duplicates for Jul 07, 2022
Jul 03, 2022
BST Hyde Park 2022
The Rolling Stones / Bst Hyde Park
Hyde Park London, England, United Kingdom
Show Duplicates for Jul 03, 2022
Jun 25, 2022
BST Hyde Park 2022
The Rolling Stones / The War on Drugs / Phoebe Bridgers / Fenne Lily / Adia Victoria
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Hyde Park London, England, United Kingdom
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Jun 21, 2022
Sixty Stones Europe 2022
The Rolling Stones / Ghost Hounds
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San Siro Milan, Lombardy, Italy
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Jun 17, 2022
The Rolling Stones Wankdorf Stadium Bern, Bern, Switzerland
Jun 13, 2022
The Rolling Stones - SIXTY Tour
The Rolling Stones / Ghost Hounds
JOHAN CRUIJFF ARENA Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Jun 09, 2022
The Rolling Stones / Echo And The Bunnymen
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Anfield Stadium Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
Jun 05, 2022
The Rolling Stones
Olympiastadium Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Jun 01, 2022
The Rolling Stones
Wanda Metropolitano Madrid, Madrid, Spain

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2022 19 concerts
2021 28 concerts
2020 7 concerts
2019 40 concerts
2018 16 concerts
2017 17 concerts
2016 31 concerts
2015 20 concerts
2014 36 concerts
2013 24 concerts
2012 11 concerts
2011 1 concert
2010 1 concert
2009 3 concerts
2008 2 concerts
2007 31 concerts
2006 103 concerts
2005 54 concerts
2004 1 concert
2003 91 concerts
2002 36 concerts
2001 1 concert
2000 1 concert
1999 48 concerts
1998 87 concerts
1997 40 concerts
1995 75 concerts
1994 64 concerts
1992 1 concert
1991 1 concert
1990 57 concerts
1989 63 concerts
1986 1 concert
1982 37 concerts
1981 59 concerts
1980 1 concert
1979 1 concert
1978 27 concerts
1977 1 concert
1976 43 concerts
1975 45 concerts
1973 43 concerts
1972 45 concerts
1971 12 concerts
1970 22 concerts
1969 20 concerts
1968 2 concerts
1967 16 concerts
1966 13 concerts
1965 24 concerts
1964 20 concerts
1963 12 concerts
1962 1 concert
 Drew Frank Donahue
 Teresa Vargas Rodríguez
 Kevin Wugalter
 Rafael Vera Tudela
 Steve Valazza
 Dee Mos
 Chuck Creme
 Jim Fothergill
 To Ri Gb
 Humboldt Rick
 Raphaëlle Marty
 Lars Frier Boisen
 Ken Fuchs
 Pierre Bruneel

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Frequenty Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is The Rolling Stones?

The Rolling Stones is an English rock band whose blues-infused music propelled them to fame during the 1960s and ‘70s. As one of the oldest rock bands in history the Rolling Stones has been performing and recording new music continuously for over 60 years. In 1987, the band won a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and two years later was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Today, the band is regarded as one of the most important and influential bands in both rock and music history.

When did The Rolling Stones form?

The Rolling Stones performed its first show on July 12, 1962. At that time, the band was called “the Rollin’ Stones.” The “g” would come later.

Where are The Rolling Stones from?

The Rolling Stones formed in London, performing its first show at the Marquee Club, a once popular music venue that closed its doors in 1996.

How did The Rolling Stones get its name?

When the Rolling Stones first formed, it was called “the Rollin’ Stones,” a name seemingly selected at random. According to founding member Keith Richards, the band’s name was selected by Mick Jagger while on a phone interview with Jazz News. At that time, the band was newly fromed and hadn’t selected a name but when Jagger was asked, he saw the words “Rollin” Stone” on a nearby Muddy Walters album and gave “the Rollin’ Stones” as the name. The name was slightly altered shortly after the band’s first gig to “The Rolling Stones.”

Who were the 5 original members of The Rolling Stones?

The original members of Rolling Stones were:

  • Mick Jagger on lead vocals
  • Keith Richards on backing vocals and lead guitar
  • Brian Jones on guitar and various instruments
  • Bill Wyman on bass guitar
  • Ian Stewart on keyboards
  • Charlie Watts on drums

When were The Rolling Stones on The Ed Sullivan Show?

The Rolling Stones made multiple appearances on the The Ed Sullivan Show in the 1960s:

  1. On October 25, 1964, the band performed on The Ed Sullivan Show for the first time to promote 12 X 5, which had been released eight days earlier.
  2. On May 2, 1965, The Rolling Stones performed “The Last Time,” “Little Rooster,” and “Someone to Love,” despite Ed Sullivan’s reservations about allowing the band to perform a second time.
  3. On February 13, 1966, Ed Sullivan invited the band to pefrom their first international Number One hit “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.”
  4. On September 11, 1966, The Rolling Stones performed with Louis Armstrong and Joan Rivers on the first season of the 1966 fall season of the show.
  5. On January 15, 1967, The Rolling Stones returned to promote Between the Buttons, which was released five days later.
  6. On November 23, 1969, The Rolling Stones performed on The Ed Sullivan Show for the final time

Who designed The Rolling Stones logo?

The designer of the iconic Rolling Stones logo is Jon Pasche.

When did The Rolling Stones perform at the Super Bowl Half-Time Show?

The Rolling Stones performed at Super Bowl XL in 2006.

Why did Brian Jones leave The Rolling Stones and who replaced him?

In 1969, Brian Jones was fired from The Rolling Stones. He had been in the band for 8 years and this left a huge hole to fill. He played many instruments, including guitar and harmonica, and also performed backup vocals on several. But as with many rock stars, he developed substance abuse issues as did fellow members of the band, which intensified existing arguments and led to Jones’s final departure from the band. He was replaced by Mick Taylor.

How many concerts has The Rolling Stones had?

The Rolling Stones has had 1,455 concerts.

When was the last The Rolling Stones concert?

The last The Rolling Stones concert was on October 01, 2022 in Detroit Michigan United States of America.

What songs does The Rolling Stones play live?

The songs that The Rolling Stones performs live vary, but here's the latest setlist that we have from the August 03, 2022 concert at Waldbühne Berlin in Berlin, Berlin, Germany:

  1. Charlie Watts Tribute
  2. Street Fighting Man
  3. All Down the Line
  4. Tumbling Dice
  5. Rocks Off
  6. Out of Time
  7. Fool to Cry
  8. You Can't Always Get What You Want
  9. Living in a Ghost Town
  10. Honky Tonk Women
  11. You Got the Silver
  12. Happy
  13. Miss You
  14. Midnight Rambler
  15. Paint It Black
  16. Start Me Up
  17. Gimme Shelter
  18. Jumpin' Jack Flash
  19. Sympathy for the Devil
  20. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction