For a band with members in their 70s, you’d think the only thing they’d be rocking is a chair, but the Rolling Stones still have more to put out. The most likely literal grandfathers of rock are headed back to Detroit for the first time since we hosted the Super Bowl – almost 10 years ago.
The show, set for July 8th at Comerica Park, was announced earlier today as part of their 15 city Zip Code tour. It’s going to be hard to choose what concerts to go to this summer as there are so many great options, but this is one you’re not going to want to miss. Olympia Entertainment president Tom Wilson tells Brian McCollum of the Free Press “This is a band that doesn’t tour a lot… this could be the last time we have a chance to see them.”
The band has been together for over 50 years and has released an absurd amount of albums and has had countless hit singles. You can’t always get what you want, but you can be sure these seasoned rockers will have no problem delivering one hell of a great show.
Tickets for the show go on sale on April 13th. American Express card holders can get a five day jump start by getting the tickets after the 8th.