The Rolling Stones announce new tour in the United States for 2024

The British band will begin their tour in Houston, Texas, on April 28. The shows will conclude on July 2 in Santa Clara, California.

Following the launch of their new album, "Hackney Diamonds," the British band The Rolling Stones announced their next U.S. tour for 2024. Three years after their last tour, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood will be going back on the road and will play a series of shows in the coming months.

The tour will begin on April 28 in Houston, Texas and will conclude on July 2 in Santa Clara, California. However, the British band will travel around the United States during that time. This Tuesday they posted the dates and cities for their tour on social media. They are the following:

The British band also announced on social media that fans will be able to buy pre-sale tickets beginning next Wednesday, November 29. To do this, fans will have to register their contact information in this link to get access to be able to purchase pre-sale tickets. The rest of the public will be able to purchase their tickets starting Friday, December 1, on the official Ticketmaster website.

The tour is to promote their "Hackney Diamonds" album. This is the first album that the British band has released since 2005 and features guest artists such as Paul McCartney, Elton John, Stevie Wonder and Lady Gaga. Produced by Andrew Watt, the album is a "vibrant and cohesive record." At least, that's what band member David Browne told Rolling Stone magazine:

A collection of bangers (old-school division) that nobody in their right mind had a right to expect in 2023. 'Hackney Diamonds' isn’t just another new Stones album, but a vibrant and cohesive record — the first Stones album in ages you’ll want to crank more than once before filing away.